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Monday, November 9, 2015

You can walk a long way from Knettishall Heath on long distance paths – the Peddars Way goes to North Norfolk for 46 miles, the Icknield Way runs south for 105 miles to Buckinghamshire and the 92-mile long Angles Way from Great Yarmouth to Thetford runs east-west through the area. We will settle for five miles mainly through the varying habitat of the heath.

shingle street walk, richard tyson, oct 31

Richard Tyson enjoys some bracing sea air on this walk, which starts at the fortifications from both world wars at the end of East Lane.
It then follows the recently-improved coastal path towards lonely Shingle Street. Continue via Alderton then return to the coast using marked footpaths.

Out of the firing line in Friday Woods

Monday, October 26, 2015
Friday Woods walk

Lotte Sherman follows a route with military connections 
– and lots of pretty scenery

Framsden walk, bill baldry, october 10

Bill Baldry walks through one of Suffolk’s finest parklands – the delightful surroundings of Helmingham Hall.

House in the clouds, Thorpeness

Richard Tyson explores beaches and heaths around Thorpeness and Aldringham Common

Walking in Whatfield

Bill Baldry returns to an easy-walking rural route that former EADT walks correspondent Cyril Francis described in 2008.

Gt Glemham walk

Richard Tyson follows an easy-walking route with pretty views, and a few sleepy sheep thrown in.

Peaceful scene

Lotte Sherman follows an intriguing linear route along the Essex Coastal path.

Reach walk, Chris Barker

Chris Barker crosses the county border to the picturesque village of Reach.

A walk full of adventure in Bentley

Monday, August 17, 2015
Bentley walk, Bill Baldry

Bill Baldry enjoys the ups and downs, the dry and the wet around Bentley.

Wingfield Castle

Walking is mostly on well-marked paths or quiet lanes in this remote part of Suffolk.

Goose to Raven walk, Lotte Sherman

Lotte Sherman follows a route in Tendring using the latest OS map 184.

Alpheton walk, Chris Barker

Chris Barker explores the Suffolk villages Alpheton and Shimpling on foot

Richard Tyson walk, Laxfield/Ubbeston

Richard Tyson discovers the hidden delights of secret Suffolk.

Great Tey

Combine this journey with a visit to the garden centre; you will find a space in their extensive car park and some refreshments on return. In the summer an area with tables and seating is open for leisure activities next to the Colne River. The ramble is an easy route following the travel of the sun to the village of Great Tey, one in a group of villages including Marks Tey. It involves little hard-top walking and the route back from west to east is clearly marked by the Essex Way and other discs. One farm complex, singled out by a large painting of the English flag on a high wall, is undergoing a barn conversion to a private residence – watch this space!

Walkers and riders pass alongside one another on this route

Chris Barker follows a route south of Bury St Edmunds.

Wherstead walk

Bill Baldry enjoys a wide variety of habitats near Ipswich

Frostenden Church, richard tyson, south cove walk, june 13

Richard Tyson walks a picturesque route around South Cove and Frostenden

rougham walk chris barker may 30

Chris Barker follows a route around Rougham

Trimley walk, bill baldry 23/05

Bill Baldry finds quiet in the countryside very close to the noise and bustle of Felixstowe docks

Delightful Dunwich

Monday, May 18, 2015
Dunwich walk, Richard Tyson

Richard Tyson follows a path on the beautiful Suffolk coast

Hills, vales and a vineyard

Monday, May 11, 2015
Lotte Sherman, Boxted Walk, May 9

Lotte Sherman finds plenty to interest her near Boxted

Depden walk, Chris Barker

Chris Barker follows a varied route in two west Suffolk parishes

Exploring dragon country

Monday, April 27, 2015
Bures and Arger Fen walk, Bill Baldry

Bill Baldry enjoys the hills and woods on the Suffolk side of the Stour valley.

Following in regal footsteps

Monday, April 27, 2015
Pound Farm walk, Richard Tyson

Richard Tyson follows a path with historic connections

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