There are news reports of a very significant archaeological discovery at Rendlelsham in Suffolk. It looks as if the site of the royal residence of King Raedwald and his dynasty has been identified in a village always known to have been a royal centre for the East Anglian kings, and close to the royal burial ground at Sutton Hoo. There is an introduction to the history of Rendlesham here.
There is a report on the BBC News website at Anglo-Saxon 'kings' village' discovered in Rendlesham
and another one from the East Anglian Daily Times at Rendlesham: Archaeologists' excitement at discovery of 'exceptional' royal site linked to Sutton Hoo.