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Area: Suffolk

'Brandon Country Park, located in Suffolk, was originally a country house with extensive parkland. It is not difficult to imagine Edwardian ladies and gentlemen walking on the lawns by the ...
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Category West Suffolk

'Clare Walkers works in partnership with several other organisations to deliver a range of walking experiences for residents and visitors alike, including: * Leafleted walks from the Count ...
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Category West Suffolk

'A nature trail takes in the River Stour and the Railway Walk, as well as other areas of the park. Walkers may wish to continue along the railway walk from the heart of the park into the w ...
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Category West Suffolk

'One of the best ways to explore the Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley is on foot. Why not take some time to enjoy one of the area's many circular or linear walks, taking you off the beate ...
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Category Babergh

'Although there are many footpaths to explore, the Eye Outdoors Group has created 4 main Self-Guided Walks, each under 5 miles: [1] The Eye Town Trail ... [2] Eye Airfield Heritage Walks . ...
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Category Mid Suffolk

'The club also has 15 "All year round" Permanent Trails in the Haverhill area, which are self-guided. A route description can be downloaded from this Website, and they can be walked at any time.'...
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Category West Suffolk

''We are a large and welcoming group, of mixed ages and backgrounds. We all enjoy walking in this beautiful area which is blessed with a wide variety of countryside, estuaries, heathland, forests a ...
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Category Ipswich

'The Ipswich Outdoor Group started in 1976 (under a different name) and currently has around 150 members (singles, couples and families) across a broad age range. Although many of our memb ...
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Category Ipswich

'The Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB is a fantastic place to explore on foot. It's simply impossible to get more than a fleeting taste of the AONB from a car, and walking is probably the b ...
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Category East Suffolk

'Wickhambrook is made up of 11 greens. It is believed that the "spread-out" layout of the village and its greens conforms to Anglo-Saxon village patterns. To have kept our village "shape" ...
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Category West Suffolk

'Look out for the stone at Blaxhall after which Stone Farm is named. A notice on the garden wall of the house explains its legendary origin ... At the world famous Snape Maltings the route ...
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Category East Suffolk

Download from the Website PDFs of Five Trails in the Series: [1] Southwold Trail - - - : [2] Eye Trail - - - : [3] Framlingham Trail - - - : [4] Woolpit Trail - - - : [5] Clare Trail


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Category Suffolk

Walks described include: [1] The Clare Circular Walk Series Six walks from 4 to 7 miles long offering wonderful views of the Stour Valley and its beautiful surrounds; [2] The Clare Com ...
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Category West Suffolk

'Picturesque villages, rolling farmland, rivers, meadows, ancient woodlands and a wide variety of local wildlife combine to create what many describe as the traditional English lowland landscape. T ...
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Category Babergh

'The Interactive Suffolk Map contains over 70 circular walks, each of which is accompanied by a leaflet in downloadable format or a web link. Each walk leaflet has a map and a detailed des ...
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Category Suffolk

'Situated strategically at the heart of the county, and bordered by the rivers Gipping and Rat, Stowmarket is a High Suffolk market town whose roots can be traced back to a possible Roman ...
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Category Mid Suffolk

'The East Suffolk Line, the railway linking Ipswich and Lowestoft, traverses some of the most delightful of Suffolk’s unspoilt countryside. The entire line was proposed for closure in the ...
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Category East Suffolk

Audio walks within: Beccles, Bungay, Diss, Eye, Halesworth, Harleston and Loddon.


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Category East Suffolk

The Walks are: [1] Landguard Peninsula & Felixstowe: History, Heritage and Nature - - - : [2] Trimley: A Circular Walk around Trimley Marshes.


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Category East Suffolk

'For the ultimate guide you should download the audio guide from our audio guide pages ... You can then load this onto your mp3 player or iPod for a personal tour guide, who will ensure yo ...
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Category East Suffolk

'Traverses some of the most picturesque countryside in East Anglia. The view from the National Trust’s property at Kyson Hill is outstanding and should not be missed. Although Westerfield station i ...
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Category East Suffolk

PDFs of Eight Rambles: [1] Chappel Station to Bures Station (6-7 miles) - - - : [2] Sudbury Station to Bures Station (6-7 miles) - -- : [3] Chappel Circular (4-5 miles) - - - : [4] Marks Tey Statio ...
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Category Babergh

'The village is a short distance from Darsham station and was once a staging point on the London to Yarmouth turnpike. The Street (A1120) is most picturesque, lined with an agreeable mix of buildin ...
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Category East Suffolk

'The River Gipping Trust is preserving the historic heritage of the Stowmarket Navigation by restoring the structures that enabled navigation of the River Gipping from the centre of Stowma ...
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Category Ipswich

'The Short Walk (Green border discs) - 30 minutes ... The Medium Walk (Brown border discs) - 60 minutes ... The Long Walk (Red border discs) - 120 minutes'


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Category West Suffolk

'Around the town circular signs, featuring a duck, are sunk into the ground. These are waymarks for the route of the Town Trail, which, together with the information boards along the way, ...
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Category East Suffolk

The Ipswich Sculpture Trail 'is a small selection of some of the best public sculpture in the centre of Ipswich, most within easy walking distance, except for Ravenswood to the east. The s ...
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Category Ipswich

'The remains of many old locks (some restored) can be seen along the way, as well as picturesque water mills.'


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Category Ipswich

[1] Kesgrave (7.0 km) - - - : [2] Rushmere St. Andrew (6.25 km) - - - : [3] Playford (7.0 km) - - - : [4] Little Bealings (4.25 km) - - - : [5] Martlesham (6.5 km) - - - : [6] Newbourne (7.6 km) - ...
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Category East Suffolk

'The River Lark is a river in England that crosses the border between Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. It is a tributary of the River Great Ouse, and was extended when that river was re ...
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Category West Suffolk

'The Long Melford–Bury St Edmunds branch line was a railway between Long Melford on the Stour Valley Railway and Bury St Edmunds on the Ipswich to Ely Line. The line opened on 9 August 1865 and clo ...
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Category Babergh

'Be careful when walking this route; if the tide is high or the weather is bad then it could be dangerous; in particular the stretch beneath the cliffs between Corton and Gorleston did not have man ...
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Category East Suffolk

'The Mid Anglia Rail Passengers Association was formed in 1991 to help protect and enhance services on the lines between Ipswich and Cambridge and Ipswich and Peterborough.'


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Category Suffolk

'Along its length are a series of circular routes. There is a circular walk at Hoxne, Eye and Thorndon. At Mendlesham there are five. Eye also has a circular town trail.'


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Category Mid Suffolk

'The Trust has an ambitious long term project underway to establish a riverside walk from Oulton Broad to Redgarve Fen. The working title is the Kingfisher Way and approximately 30% of the ...
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Category East Suffolk

'This Guide features the Sailors' Path between Snape and Aldeburgh and two shorter walks from Snape Maltings: [1] Views across the heather (3.5 miles) - - - : [2] Snape stroll (2.5 miles)' ...
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Category East Suffolk

'The Sandlings Walk is easy going with few gradients to challenge the walker, meaning that it is easy to do long distances each day if you so desire. Additionally, the going underfoot is o ...
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Category East Suffolk

'St.Botolph was a Saxon monk who lived in the seventh century. He died in 680AD. Saint Botolph has been recognised as the Patron Saint of sailors and of agricultural workers but he is more usually ...
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Category Mid Suffolk

'When I walked this route, "officially" the route seemed to finish near Cobbolds Point, mid-way along the sea frontage of Felixstowe, with an alternative inland route from Trimley to Felixstowe Fer ...
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Category Babergh

'The Stour Valley Path is split into 10 sections of varying lengths with clear Ordnance Survey based mapping and points of interest to help you enjoy your walk. Each section has a route ca ...
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Category West Suffolk

'I have always been amazed how little this path is exploited. There is very little information about the route online and sparse promotion by the local authorities. This really is a delightful walk ...
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Category East Suffolk

'Each trail is very easy to follow on generally level ground. They range from just 1/3 mile to 8 miles. Explore magical Cavenham Heath, see rare birds at Lackford Lakes, visit Britain’s first villa ...
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Category Suffolk

'This Web Site is a partnership between Suffolk County Council and Suffolk's District Councils ... These pages have been written for the public and land managers a ...
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Category Suffolk

'Nearly 80 guided walks planned, covering the whole of the county. We have a lovely mix of short strolls around medieval villages and market towns and longer rambles through the gentle landscapes o ...
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Category Suffolk

'This walk links the railway stations of Woodbridge, Westerfield and Ipswich with scenic views along the estuary at Woodbridge and the Fynn Valley before entering Ipswich from the west through the ...
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Category East Suffolk

'The Newmarket Rides are located around the villages of Moulton, Gazeley and Barrow.'


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Category West Suffolk

'The Walks also include a surfaced path suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs, which leads for half a mile to the Thornham Walled Garden, passing on your way the renovated hermitage and pets' cem ...
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Category Mid Suffolk

'Being just a small journey from London and its airports, our horizon is only a short break away. Why not join us in Suffolk and Norfolk to chill out, to find exhilaration in a sea breeze, to drink ...
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Category Suffolk

Details of six Walks: [1] Hartshall Lane Walk - - - : [2] Historic Trail - - - : [3] Hundred Lane Walk - - - : [4] Orchid Walk - - - : [5] Three Windmills Walk - - - : [6] Trades and Occupations Wa ...
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Category Mid Suffolk

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