Freston is a small village in Suffolk. It is situated 4 miles south-east of Ipswich on the Shotley Peninsula.
Places of interest in Freston are Freston Tower, St Peters' Church and Freston Wood. Freston Tower looks out over the River Orwell and is now owned by the Landmark trust.
In the churchyard there is a war memorial that has a unique wooden carving that is called Peace.
Freston Wood is renowned for the blanket of blue bells and the wild garlic growing in the wood .