Gallery: Going off the road for a Suffolk culinary taste sensation for charity

'Walk with a Fork' event at Helmingham Hall in aid of the Ormiston Children and Families Trust; The

'Walk with a Fork' event at Helmingham Hall in aid of the Ormiston Children and Families Trust; The Fish and chip stop along the walk.; L-R James Murray, Chef Nick Attfield,Katie Sams - Credit: Archant

A taste of Suffolk was enjoyed as walkers explored the picturesque countryside of Helmingham Hall.

The first Walk With A Fork event saw about 100 people walking around the country estate on Sunday with the county’s food and drink producers showcasing the best cuisine along the way.

Those enjoying the eight-mile stroll across Lady Tollemache’s home took in views, architecture and hidden valleys not usually seen by the public.

Walkers stopped for food and drink from the county’s traders including Blythburgh Pork, Alder Tree Ice Cream, Beautiful Bakes and Aspall.

The event was in aid of Ormiston Children and Families Trust.

Lucy Potter, Ormiston’s head of fundraising, said: “We are thrilled to have had over 100 walkers take part in our first Walk With A Fork. It’s been really successful and we are really excited about the next two events.”