In 2007, following consultation with Woodbridge Town Council, the police and public, a Designated Public Place Order (DPPO) was introduced in parts of Woodbridge, restricting the drinking of alcohol in public places.
The order that applies is called the Alcohol Consumption in Designated Public Places (Woodbridge) Order (No1) 2007.
The order applies to:
The River Deben Foreshore between Lime Kiln Quay and the track leading to the level crossing on the western side of Kingston Field, Kingston Farm Road, The Avenue, Station Road, Cumberland Street, Quay Street, Tide Mill Way, Ferry Quay, Quay Side, Crown Place, Doric Place, Brook Street, Hamblin Road, Lime Kiln Quay Road, Thoroughfare, Cumberland Mews, St Johns Street, Little St Johns Street, St Johns Terrace, St Johns Hill, Castle Street (including the Green), New Street, Church Street, Bakers Lane, Carmelite Place, Turn Lane, Ancient House Mews, Chapel Street, Theatre Street, Market Hill, Angel Lane to Bridewell Walk, Burkitt Road, Queens Head Lane, Drybridge Hill, Seckford Street, Old Barrack Road to Cemetery Lane, Portland Crescent between Cemetery Lane and Fen Meadow Walk, Bridgewood Road, Fen Meadow Walk, Elmhurst Park, Fen Meadow, Woodbridge Cemetery, Kingston Field, The Recreation Ground off The Avenue. All public car parks with access and egress from or onto any of the streets listed here. The churchyards of St Mary’s Church and St John’s Church.
It should be noted that the order only relates to public places but not to: