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


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


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