Sunday 15th May 2022
(6) 9.30am – Westleton Wiggle – Westleton
Westleton Village Hall, The Street, Westleton, Saxmundham IP17 3AD
From the village green in Westleton, this circular walk of 13 miles follows a moderate pace through Middleton, Theberton and Leiston Abbey to Leiston. Returning to Westleton via the Sandlings Way and Eastbridge. Please note, there are no refreshments available on the route so please bring sandwiches and drink.
Footpaths may be muddy places. There are refreshment stops at churches, with option to visit inside. On street car parking next to the village green.
SOLD OUT (7) 10:00 am – Walk n'Water, Sudbury and Great Cornard Riverside – Sudbury
The Granary, Quay Lane, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 2AN
Join the River Stour Trust volunteers to enjoy a short boat ride from Sudbury to Great Cornard before returning by foot for 1.5 miles along a riverside section of the Gainsborough Trail. Enjoy a complimentary refreshment at The Granary Tea Room, which also has a lovely menu. Proceeds go towards the restoration, conservation and education of the Suffolk and Essex River Stour Navigation.
Some uneven, muddy paths. Complimentary refreshments available in the Tea Room open after the walk. Car parking £FREE. Town car parking available. Please book your dog in advance on 07850 883185.
(8) 10:30 am – Glorious Christchurch Park – Ipswich
Christchurch Park, Soane St Entrance. Ipswich. IP4 2BX
As spring busts forth come and admire the lovely landscape, the magnificent trees and the wildlife of Christchurch Park. The park is full of interesting features, statues, a rare sundial, Victorian fountains and a restored cabman’s shelter. Hear the story of an ancient Priory, the building of Christchurch Mansion, and the generous gift of Felix Cobbold, which allows us to enjoy the park today.
Cafe available at end of walk. Christchurch Mansion open after walk. Carers are £FREE. Town centre car parking.
SOLD OUT (9) 14:30 pm – Kettles, Brooks and Bricks – Framlingham
Opposite the Castle Inn, Castle Sreet, Framlingham, IP13 9BP
This walk leaves Framlingham to pass Ashing Grove and Lampardbrook, and follows the path towards the Old Rectory at Kettleburgh. Passing by the church the walk picks up the Brandeston path beyond Redbricks and leads back to Framlingham via Lampards Farm. It then returns to the castle via the old railway station.
Expect some uneven or muddy paths. Framlingham Castle, Church Street car parking (IP13 9BP) £3 per day (free to English Heritage Members – may be restricted). Fore Street car park (IP13 9DQ) £2 for 4 hours; The Elms car park (IP13 9HW) £2 for 4 hours.