Leiston - Eastbridge - Middleton - Theberton - Leiston

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It is easier to say what this walk does NOT include. There is no mountain, city, lake or canal, but just about everything else. Start at the ruins of an ancient abbey; visit a busy liitle town with an industrial museum; cross a disused railway; glimpse the sea and Sizewell nuclear power station; see birds, wildflowers and wildlife galore; walk beside a river and on excellent farm tracks and paths and country lanes; visit sleepy villages and see grand country houses; have a wide choice of pubs along the way. Every season gives a different view!

England - East England - Suffolk - Countryside

Features

Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Good for Kids, Great Views, Museum, National Trust, Play Area, Pub, River, Sea, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
17/02/2019 - Doug Joint

Good walk but lots of roads, so not good for dogs who have to be on the lead all the time plus lots of high hedges so views limited. Great pub for lunch though.

14/02/2017 - Penelope Thimbleby

Walked 14/02/2017. Directions and paths still fine. Although muddy in places was a good winter walk. Update to Adrian Watkins's comment re the path from Abbey Road (B1122)back to the car park. There is now a fingerpost marking the path which had been reinstated across the field.

28/09/2011 - Adrian Watkins

Excellent varied walk (on 24/9/11) - the long section by the quiet river with swans was noteworthy. However at the very end there was no sign of the footpath from the Leiston/Abbey Road to the car park (three of us looking) and we had to follow the road round.

24/06/2011 - Alan Sturges

Superb walk. Good paths. A walk for any time of the year.

16/04/2009 - Walkingworld Administrator

Thanks to Adrian Perkins for updating this walk, April 2009.