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The Moot Hall, Aldeburgh
Aldeburgh is a town in the Suffolk Coastal district of Suffolk. It is noted for the Aldeburgh Festival, started in 1948 by Benjamin Britten.

LGBT history

Benjamin Britten lived at The Red House for many years with his partner Peter Pears. They are both buried in the town.

Maggi Hambling's sculpture Scallop in memory of Britten, stands on the beach.