Area: Suffolk

www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/Babergh/

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The Category Babergh is a subset of Suffolk. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Babergh which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.open-walks.co.uk/East-Suffolk/

Category:East Suffolk
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The Category East Suffolk is a subset of Suffolk. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with East Suffolk  which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

East Suffolk District was established on 1 April 2019, following the merger of the existing Suffolk Coastal and Waveney districts.

www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/Ipswich/

Category:Ipswich
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The Category Ipswich is a subset of Suffolk. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Ipswich which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/Mid-Suffolk/

Category:Mid Suffolk
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The Category Mid Suffolk is a subset of Suffolk. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Mid Suffolk which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.open-walks.co.uk/West-Suffolk/

Category:West Suffolk
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The Category West Suffolk is a subset of Suffolk. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with West Suffolk which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

On 1 April 2019 Forest Heath District Council and St Edmundsbury Borough Council was replaced by a single district council called West Suffolk Council.

www.open-walks.co.uk/West-Suffolk/

Category:West Suffolk
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The following West Suffolk Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Newmarket U3A

 

www.whatsonwestsuffolk.co.uk/parks/brandon-country-park/index.cfm

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

'From the visitor centre at Brandon Country Park you can follow a number of trails, cycle routes and walks that take you through the park and the surrounding Thetford Forest.' ALERT Website Links changed.

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Brandon Country Park

clarewalks.co.uk

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

'Clare is beautifully situated in the Upper Stour Valley and there are literally dozens of footpaths and bridleways waiting to be explored, as well as a unique range of heritage assets, including the ruins of a Norman castle, Victorian railway buildings, a Wool Church, a country park and the River Stour.'

Description from

Clare Walkers

clarecastlecountrypark.co.uk

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

'Situated to the south of the picturesque, historic town of Clare, just two minutes' walk from the town centre, Clare Castle Country Park is a beautiful quiet area to relax, play, get close to nature and learn about Clare's fascinating history.'

See also

Clare-UK

www.dedhamvalestourvalley.org/enjoying-the-area/walking/

Category:Babergh
Overview

'The valley retains a locally characteristic, rural landscape with a rich diversity of wildlife and habitats. In the AONB, key landscape features have been retained and Constable’s views are still largely apparent. The majority of the land in the valley is still farmed despite development pressures, and supports a viable and diverse agriculture with a mix of farm sizes ... The designated area of the AONB is just 90 kilometres square and stretches upstream from Manningtree to within one mile of Bures. The remainder of the Stour Valley landscape is mostly of as high a quality as that within the AONB designation, and representations to extend the AONB continue.'

www.visitsuffolk.com

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'Our Visit sites are a family of interrelated town and regional information websites, established more than a decade ago to give tourists and visitors to Suffolk, and the Norfolk and Essex borders, an overview of the region.' The individual Websites usually include descriptions of Walks within the Area they cover.

www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk/

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'Discover a comprehensive list of coastal walks, circular walks, long distance routes and organised walks.'

www.eyesuffolk.org/eye-outdoors-group/

Category:Mid Suffolk
Overview

'Welcome to the Eye Outdoors Group ! We are an active group of people who run walks and cycle rides for anyone interested in getting fit, remain fit or just love the outdoors – and all in good social company. In 2018 we gained the “Walkers are Welcome” national accreditation – the first to do so in Mid-Suffolk and the third town in the county of Suffolk.'

Description from

Eye Outdoors Group

www.havac-walkers.co.uk

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

'We organise seven winter walks, offering a distance of 10k or 20k. These are held on the first Sunday during the winter, beginning in October ... We also organise seven summer walks, which are held on a Monday evening. These are 10k , and are held every other Monday beginning in late May ... Walks are within a radius of 25 miles of Haverhill ... You can walk with a group, or on your own ... There is no better way to see the countryside, and to keep healthy.'

www.ipswichramblers.org.uk

Category:Ipswich
Overview

'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 and of course our Heritage Coast.'

www.ipswichoutdoor.org

Category:Ipswich
Overview

'We hold day or evening walks and cycle rides in the local area. We also arrange longer trips away in the UK, often on Bank Holiday weekends. These may be to hilly and mountainous countryside, to slightly less demanding terrain or to coastal areas. The accommodation is usually in Youth Hostels, although sometimes we camp or stay in bunkhouses.'

littlebealings.onesuffolk.net/about-little-bealings/walks/

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

PDF of Leaflet offering 'four circular walks (Blue, Green, Orange and Red) all starting at Bealings Village Hall. The Car park at the Hall can be very busy so please contact the Secretary Bealings Village Hall to avoid disappointment'.

www.newmarketramblers.org.uk

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

'Formed in 1982. Due to the particular location of the town, which is in Suffolk but almost completely surrounded by Cambridgeshire, the group attracted members from both counties ... The Newmarket group's official catchment area extends along the western fringe of Suffolk and includes the expanding town of Haverhill.'

www.suffolkramblers.org.uk

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'We have about 2000 members at present and we work mostly through our Local Groups. The local RA groups provide a very varied programme of walks and any member of the public is welcome to join us on our walks, although we hope they will not do so on a regular basis without becoming members of the RA.'

www.saxmundham.org/touristinfo/

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'Take a walk around Saxmundham following the Town Trail, or search out some of the many footpaths.'

www.stourwalkinggroup.org.uk

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'Are you in your 20's, 30's or 40's and looking for a walking group in Suffolk / North Essex for people of your own age? If you'd like to enjoy the great outdoors and make new friends, then the Stour Walking Group is for you!'

www.suffolkcoastandheaths.org/visiting/visitor-guides/walk-guides/

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'We produce a wide range of guides designed to help you enjoy the area, many of which are free to download.'

www.goc.org.uk/groups/suffolk/

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'The Suffolk Group generally walk on the 2nd Sunday of each month.'

www.cyclebreaks.com/walking-tours-england/walking-holidays-uk-england

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'Walking Breaks are specialists in self-guided UK walking holidays. We offer a high level of personal service and concentrate on walking tours in England, in particular walking and hiking in Suffolk and Norfolk. We think we do it well, and our customers seem to think so too. One thing's for sure, we certainly do it with passion.'

www.westsuffolk.gov.uk/leisure/Parks/weststow.cfm

Category:West Suffolk
Size (acreage)125
Overview

'Surrounding the Anglo Saxon Village and with 125 acres of unspoilt countryside, trails, heath and woodland walks, there is plenty to explore at West Stow Country Park. For wildlife enthusiasts there are two bird hides and a bird feeding area as well as a lake and the River Lark with all the life that this attracts. Perfect for picnics on sunny days or energetic winter walks ...'

wickhambrook.org/local-walks/

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

Details with maps of over thirty walks around and about Wickhambrook.

www.visitsuffolk.com/blog/adnams-pub-walks.aspx

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

‘What better way to spend a sunny day in Suffolk than working up an appetite on a walk through the countryside or along the coast, before finishing up at a great pub? Not much – at least that’s what we think, which is why we’re so pleased that Adnams has teamed up with the online walks library [AllTrails]  to create a series of eleven pubs walks in Suffolk!‘

Description from

Visit Suffolk

See also

ALERT Record changed at Review from one promoted by Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB.

eastsuffolklines.co.uk/walks

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)14
Overview

'This is the longest and perhaps most challenging and rewarding walk in the series, allowing walkers to enjoy isolated and remote countryside. There is considerable variety of landscape including woodland, lush meadows and the light terrain characteristic of the Suffolk Sandlings.'

Description from

East Suffolk Line Walks

angelsandpinnacles.org.uk/heritage-trails/

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'There are many ways to discover Suffolk's medieval churches but by bike or on foot you can savour the delights of the countryside at close quarters. There is a real sense of achievement to be had from walking or cycling between churches, quite apart from the gorgeous views on the way ... '

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Angels & Pinnacles A Celebration of Suffolk Churches

www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk/

Category:West Suffolk
Distance (miles)19
Overview

'A route through the heart of west Suffolk, with its gently undulating landscape and picture postcard villages.'

Description from

Discover Suffolk

www.britishwalks.org/walks/2011/891.php

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)22
Overview

'This twisting walk took me over Tunstall Forest and out towards the coast at Thorpeness. The scenery is varied and the going underfoot invariably good.'

Description from

BritishWalks.org

clarewalks.co.uk

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

Visit Clare - the smallest town in West Suffolk. The Tourist Information Point in Clare Library includes an Ordnance Survey map centred on Clare which shows a number of walks around and about.

Description from

Clare Town Council

See also

The Clare Town Trail [The Ancient House Museum]

www.visitessex.com/discover/rural/constable-country.aspx

Category:Babergh
Overview

'Leave your car behind and take in the countryside at the pace that Constable did himself. You can visit the locations Constable painted and the places he lived or just enjoy strolling though this fine example of an English lowland landscape.'

Description from

Visit Essex

See also

Flatford [National Trust]

www.stowmarket.co.uk/stowmarket-walk.html

Category:Mid Suffolk
Distance (miles)2
Overview

'A step by step walking guide to Stowmarket; estimated walking time: 1 hour.'

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Edwin Hayward

eastsuffolklines.co.uk/walks

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'The stations along the line provide convenient starting and finishing points from which walkers can explore the surrounding countryside, ranging from a short stroll ... to over ten miles of remote fields and woods ... For more ambitious ramblers walks can be joined up to make a long distance trail of over 70 miles.'

www.explorewaveneyvalley.com/bungaydownload.asp

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'Welcome to the Waveney Valley! The river Waveney defines the border between Norfolk and Suffolk for much of its length. Although the two counties are traditional rivals, seven market towns in the broader region have come together, under the aegis of the Waveney Valley Market Towns Group, to commission a series of unique audio walks that help you explore these jewels ...'

www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk/

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)12
Overview

'Discover the amazing history and explore the varied landscapes of Landguard, Felixstowe and Trimley with two new walking guides produced by the Landguard Partnership and Suffolk County Council. Both walks are about 6 miles long and link together to make a very interesting and full day out.'

Description from

Discover Suffolk

framlingham.com

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)2
Overview

'If you see people walking around Framlingham who appear to be staring constantly at their feet, they're probably actually following the Town Trail ... Framlingham is bursting with history and hidden nooks making much of its history and interest easy to miss, so we have created the Town Trail which is a circular walk marked by metal plaques around the town which take you on a comprehensive tour of Framlingham.'

Description from

Framlingham Town Council

eastsuffolklines.co.uk/walks

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)9
Overview

'A way marked walk following the River Fynn from Witnesham to Martlesham Creek, through some of the most picturesque countryside in Suffolk.'

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East Suffolk Line Walks

www.dedhamvalestourvalley.org/publications/walking-guides/

Category:Babergh
Overview

'Walk from Station to Station with our useful guides ... The Gainsborough Line is the marketing name of the Sudbury Branch Line, a single track railway line running through the rural area between Sudbury and Marks Tey in England. Prior to the Beeching Axe the line, known as the Stour Valley Railway also served Cambridge, Long Melford, Clare and Haverhill.'

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Dedham Vale AONB

www.gainsboroughtrail.org.uk

Category:Babergh
Distance (miles)12
Overview

'Welcome to the Meadow Walk [3.5 miles] the first section of the Gainsborough Trail, named after the famous painter Thomas Gainsborough, an approximate 12.4 miles continuous walkable route which will eventually encompass the whole of the Sudbury area, giving access to the best of the countryside in Sudbury, Great Cornard, Chilton and beyond.' ALERT Now Linking to a Website for the Gainsborough Trail itself.

eastsuffolklines.co.uk/walks

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)7
Overview

'Known locally as The Garden of Suffolk the village of Yoxford is approached across the pastures of Rookery Park, one of three country houses that surround the village.'

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East Suffolk Line Walks

rivergippingtrust.org.uk/walking-the-river

Category:Ipswich
Distance (miles)18
Overview

'The Trust has reached an agreement with MARPA (Mid-Anglia Rail Passengers' Association) and Roger Wolfe of the Ramblers Association to publish two of the Station to Station Walks which follow the route of the Stowmarket Navigation.'

Description from

River Gipping Trust

See also

Gipping Valley River Path [Stephen and Lucy Dawson] | River Gipping [Wikipedia]

greatbradley.weebly.com/village-footpaths.html

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

Great Bradley is 'a small village on the Suffolk/ Cambridge border between the towns of Newmarket and Haverhill. There are only about 190 houses and 400 people in the village. Great Bradley comprises the main village and houses on the Thurlow Road and in East Green. There is evidence that the area has been lived in since the middle stone age about 5,000 years ago. "Bradley" is derived from "Broad Ley", the Old English (Anglo Saxon) meaning "broad wood or clearing"'.

www.essexarearamblers.co.uk/links/named-paths.html

Category:Babergh
Distance (miles)75
Overview

'Designed ... to provide a lasting legacy for the 2012 Olympic Games. The route starts near the Hadleigh Mountain Bike Centre and makes a meandering route across some of the most beautiful parts of Essex to the White Water Centre near Waltham Abbey. From here the route heads south to Stratford and the main Olympic Stadium.'

Description from

Ramblers - Essex Area

See also

Hadleigh to Stratford Legacy Walk [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

www.halesworth.net/index.php

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'Modern Halesworth probably dates from the middle Saxon period. There is evidence of a settlement here in 850 - 1150 AD. By the 11th Century, Halesworth had moved to the top of the ridge - to the East of the church, gradually developing and growing into the town as we know it today. This Trail will guide you around the town with notes to illustrate some of the events that occured in the history of Halesworth.'

Description from

Halesworth.net

www.racns.co.uk/trails/IpswichTrail.pdf

Category:Ipswich
Overview

'The Recording Archive began in 2006 with a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to create a digital database of public monuments and sculpture in Norfolk and Suffolk ... '

www.marpa.org.uk

Category:Ipswich
Distance (miles)12
Overview

'The waymarked Gipping Valley River Path passes close to Ipswich railway station. Most of the route follows the towpath of the former navigation that linked the dock at Ipswich with Stowmarket from 1793 until the 1930s.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/bury-st.-edmunds

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

'While the 20th and 21st centuries offer little evidence of any Jewish activity in Bury St Edmunds, Moyses Hall serves as a prominent reminder of the town's Jewish heritage and, today, the Hall and its museum are a key tourist attraction.'

www.kesgrave.org.uk/parishwalks/

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'These walks have been devised by the Town and Parish Councils of: Brightwell, Foxhall and Purdis Farm; Kesgrave; Little Bealings; Martlesham; Playford; and Rushmere St. Andrew in conjunction with Suffolk County Council Parish Paths Partnership and the Greenways Countryside Project. A circular walk is provided in each parish, covering as many places of interest as possible. There is also an outer walk that circles the whole area for the more adventurous.'

Description from

Kesgrave Community Website

www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk/

Category:West Suffolk
Distance (miles)13
Overview

'A way marked footpath of 13 miles between Bury St Edmunds and Mildenhall. It includes riverside, woodland, heathland and parkland sections, including West Stow Country Park, Culford Hall and Lackford Wildfowl Reserve.'

Description from

Discover Suffolk

See also

Lark Valley Path [Stephen and Lucy Dawson]

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lavenham-guildhall/trails/lavenham-to-long-me...

Category:Babergh
Distance (miles)5
Overview

'A self-guided walk from Lavenham to Long Melford - through woods and open fields - largely following the route of the old GER Lavenham to Long Melford railway line. The walk provides the opportunity to see wild flowers alongside birds and animal wildlife in their natural habitat. You start and finish in these two well-preserved medieval "wool" villages.'

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Lavenham Guildhall

www.britishwalks.org/walks/2001/136.php

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)14
Overview

'A lovely walk following the coastal paths and a few roads north from Lowestoft and through Great Yarmouth.'

Description from

BritishWalks.org

www.marpa.org.uk

Category:Suffolk
Overview

Walks 'selected to provide reasonable directness, variety of landscape, local historical and environmental interest and a largely traffic-free environment'.

Description from

Walks selected by Roger Wolfe, Suffolk Area of the Ramblers' Association

www.luphen.org.uk/walks/mid_suffolk/The-Mid-Suffolk-Footpath.pdf

Category:Mid Suffolk
Distance (miles)20
Overview

'Runs for 20 miles through the attractive farmland of Mid Suffolk linking the busy town of Stowmarket in the south with the small village of Hoxne at its northern end. From here a 6 mile walk west along the Angles Way takes the walker on to Diss.' ALERT Website Link changed from that originally provided.

Description from

Stephen and Lucy's Website

rwt.tidyhq.com

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'Numerous local footpaths link up with some historic long distance paths. Many of these paths cross some of the most scenic landscapes and waterscapes in the Broads and Upper Waveney valley, sometimes following the water's edge, at other times skirting fenland or passing through grazing marsh.' ALERT The Trust has changed its Website, and unfortunately commentary on existing and planned Walks around and about seems to have disappeared.

Description from

River Waveney Trust

www.suffolkcoastandheaths.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Sailors-Path-...

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)6
Overview

'Walk in the footsteps of the seafarers who travelled from the Suffolk Coast to the village of Snape.'

www.britishwalks.org/Trails/SandlingsWalk/index.php

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)58
Overview

'Walk running from just east of Ipswich to Southwold on the Suffolk Coast. It is a varied walk, with large expanses of forestry, heathland and coastal walking.'

Description from

BritishWalks.org

See also

The Sandlings Walk [Griffmonsters Great Walks]

www.southwold.info/walking.html

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'Southwold in Suffolk iis seen by many as the town that time forgot. Stroll down the ancient high street and watch the world go by. Take your bucket and spade on the famous beaches of golden sand, or walk along Southwold pier, marveling at the spectacular views of the town, beach huts, and lighthouse. There is plenty to see and do, and of course, it is an ideal base to visit other towns in the area. For those who enjoy walking, there are plenty of wonderful areas to explore ...'

Description from

Southwold.info

www.visitsouthwold.co.uk/services/categories/walking-southwold/

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'Walking and Walks in and around Southwold; including Maps, Reviews, and things to see En route.'

Description from

Visit Suffolk Coast

botesdale.onesuffolk.net/our-village/village-walks/

Category:Mid Suffolk
Distance (miles)10
Overview

'Circular walk around the public footpaths of Rickinghall and Botesdale. Although the walk covers approximately 10 miles, it can be walked in two parts. The Botesdale section covers 6 miles and the Rickinghall section 5 miles ... St. Botolph’s Way is well signed and walkers can negotiate it by following the distinctive purple markers.'

Description from

Botesdale Parish Council

www.luphen.org.uk/walks/stour_orwell/stour_and_orwell_walk.htm

Category:Babergh
Distance (miles)39
Overview

'On the Suffolk/Essex border along the estuaries of the Rivers Stour and Orwell to Felixstowe, where it continues as the Suffolk Coast Path, though as all the waters it traces are tidal and Cattawade is pretty much on the Suffolk/Essex border, this route may be considered as the first chunk of a Greater Suffolk Coast walk.'

Description from

Stephen and Lucy Dawson

www.dedhamvalestourvalley.org/stour-valley-path/

Category:West Suffolk
Distance (miles)60
Overview

'Route following the valley sides of the River Stour through the beautiful Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire countryside, including the Dedham Vale AONB.'

Description from

Dedham Vale AONB

griffmonster-walks.blogspot.com/2012/01/suffolk-coast-path.html

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)60
Overview

'Long distance footpath from Felixstowe to Lowestoft in easy stages through some of the most characteristic landscapes of the AONB. The path, formerly known as the Suffolk Heritage Coast Path, has recently been extended to include the Orford Loop which provides access through to Orford. Alternative beach walks, providing the tide is right, can be undertaken throughout.'

Check the current Suffolk Coast Path Restrictions before setting out.

Description from

Griffmonsters Great Walks

www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk/

Category:Suffolk
Overview

A brief guide with Links to a range of Walks around and about the coast of Suffolk.

Description from

Discover Suffolk

www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk/

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'Discover 18 very easy to follow routes across Suffolk that get you close to nature in the very heart of the countryside. Designed for all abilities, each walk has been assessed by a wheelchair user. Packs can be posted - simply contact us and let us know how many you would like ...'

Description from

Discover Suffolk

www.suffolkmag.co.uk/out-about/walks

Category:Suffolk
Overview

‘Looking for a local walk to try out? Use our search to find walks suitable for all abilities and ages.‘ From the East Anglian Daily Times Suffolk Magazine'.

Description from

Suffolk Magazine

www.suffolk.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/public-rights-of-way-in-suffolk...

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'There are approximately 9800 registered public rights of way in Suffolk, adding up to a network of routes with a distance of 3500 miles, almost as long as all the public roads in the county. Suffolk also has 12000 acres of open access land. The rights of way network covers the whole county from the coastline inland to the Brecks and fenlands. Our rights of way cross all of our varied landscapes, from woodland to wetlands and from our historic towns and villages to open farm land.'

Description from

Suffolk County Council

www.visitsuffolk.com/blog/suffolk-threads-trails.aspx

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'A small cluster of towns and villages in the heart of Suffolk known as the Suffolk Wool Towns rapidly became the jewel in the crown for Mediaeval England's booming textile trade. Their heady success and global fame encouraged delegations of Flemish weavers to flock to villages such as Cavendish, Clare, Long Melford and Lavenham.' ALERT Website Links changed.

Description from

Visit Suffolk

hartest.onesuffolk.net/activities-and-groups/walking-in-and-around-har...

Category:Babergh
Overview

'Hartest is a beautiful village and there are some great walks in and around the vicinity. Why not drop in and see us before or after your walk?' ALERT At Review, I could not locate any Walks Descrptions on The Crown's Website; so I have changed the Link.

Description from

The Crown Hartest

griffmonster-walks.blogspot.com/2012/12/the-fonnereau-way-to-ipswich.h...

Category:East Suffolk
Distance (miles)12
Overview

'Walk between Woodbridge and Ipswich incorporating sections from the Fonnereau Waythe Sandlings and the Fynn Valley Way.'

Description from

Griffmonsters Great Walks

www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk/

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

'Three circular routes to enjoy on foot, by bike or on horseback between Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.'

Description from

Discover Suffolk

www.users.dialstart.net/~bsim/walks.htm

Category:East Suffolk
Overview

'The area around Sizewell has many walks and nature trails. In order to explore this part of the coast we have produced a series of five circular walks beginning and ending at The Vulcan Arms.'

Description from

The Vulcan Arms

www.thornhamestate.com

Category:Mid Suffolk
Overview

'There are over 12 miles of waymarked footpaths within the Thornham Estate, which wind through beautiful countryside taking visitors into ancient parkland, woodland, farmland and local villages.'

Note The Website itself needs enhancement; but there is some further detail available on their facebook Site.

Description from

Thornham Walks

www.walsham-le-willows.org/maps-walks/location/

Category:Mid Suffolk
Overview

'Walsham-le-Willows is a village in Suffolk, England, located around 4 km south-east of Stanton, and lies in the Mid Suffolk council district. Queen Elizabeth I had granted Walsham-le-Willows to Nicholas Bacon, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, in 1559. Because the village is documented unusually fully in surviving records of the time, the Cambridge historian John Hatcher chose to use it as the setting for his semi-fictionalised account of the effects of the mid-14th-century plague epidemic in England, The Black Death: A Personal History (2008).'

www.discoversuffolk.org.uk/explore-suffolk/

Category:Suffolk
Overview

'Walks of varying lengths from just 1 mile to 7 miles that follow the 77 mile long distance footpath the Angles Way.'

Description from

Discover Suffolk

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