Friday 20th May 2022


(29) 10:00 am – Hawkedon Horizons – Hawkedon

Outside St Mary's Church, Hawkedon Green, Hawkedon IP29 4NH

Walk fee

£10.00

Estimated time

5.5 hours

Walk distance

11 miles

22,000 steps

We explore the rolling hills of Suffolk and the idyllic green villages of Hawkedon, Denston and Stansfield near Bury St Edmunds. Our walk contains 5 lakes, a tower mill, a few halls and the most stunning timber-framed, thatched building. The building is probably from the 13th century and appears totally out of the blue. It has been restored by The Landmark Trust and can only be reached on foot.

Car parking £FREE

Medium - a steady pace (up to 3mph)
Hard - experienced walker (full day's walk at strong pace)
Car parking available (charges may apply)
Bring a packed lunch

SOLD OUT (30) 10:30am – Deben Valley Delights – Easton

The Green by Easton White Horse, The Street, Easton, IP13 0ED

Walk fee

£6.00

Estimated time

2.5 hours

Walk distance

5 miles

10,000 steps

Easton is well known for its crinkle-crankle wall that surrounds the former estate of the Duke of Hamilton. We follow the path round the estate boundary, keeping the River Deben to our right, and follow the perimeter of Easton Farm Park before continuing up to visit the site of a former Augustinian priory by Letheringham Church.

Expect some uneven or muddy paths. After heavy rain parts of the route can get flooded, in which case an alternative walk round Easton will take place. Toilets available for customers only at the White Horse pub. Please park in the small car park opposite Easton White Horse IP13 0ED. Car parking £FREE.

Medium - a steady pace (up to 3mph)
Moderate - used to walking (longer distance at steady pace)
Car parking available (charges may apply)
Toilet facilities available
Family-friendly
Dogs allowed

(31) 14:00 pm – Woads, Weavers and Wizards – Lavenham

Car park next to the Cock Horse Inn, Church Street, Lavenham CO10 9SA

Walk fee

£6.00

Estimated time

1.5 hours

Walk distance

1.5 miles

3,000 steps

As you weave around the Medieval streets of Lavenham with your Blue Badge Guide the tale of this beautiful village will unfold. It’s a story of the wool trade and money interwoven with artists, nursery rhymes and even blockbuster films – see how Lavenham has been used as a film location, including one about a very famous boy wizard!

Walk is mainly on pavements and footpaths. Expect some pavements to be narrow and sloping. Cafes and tea rooms available for refreshments after the walk. Car parking £FREE

Slow - a gentle stroll (up to 2mph)
Easy - suitable for all - a short walk at a slow pace
Car parking available (charges may apply)
Pushchair accessible
Toilet facilities available
Wheelchair accessible
Family-friendly
Dogs allowed
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SOLD OUT (32) 18:00 pm – Eye Airfield Short Walk – Eye

Bruha Brewery, Progress Way, Eye IP23 7HL

Walk fee

£8.00

Estimated time

2 hours

Walk distance

3 miles

6,000 steps

Conducted by Airfield historians, this short walk follows footpaths around the old airfield. Although virtually flat there is some uneven points but the walk is suitable for all skill levels and would also be suitable for pushchairs and supervised child cycles.

Some uneven paths. Outdoor café/bar available mid walk outside only. Car parking free at Bruha Brewery. On road car parking available if car park is full.

Slow - a gentle stroll (up to 2mph)
Easy - suitable for all - a short walk at a slow pace
Car parking available (charges may apply)
Pushchair accessible
Toilet facilities available
Wheelchair accessible
Family-friendly
Dogs allowed

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