Charsfield - Dallinghoo - Charsfield

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This is a delightful walk in the valley of the Patsford Brook, a tributary of the River Deben. It takes in a variety of farmland, both arable and pasture. If you are lucky you may come across some gorgeous black, horned sheep shortly after Waymark 4. They may be Hebrideans – a rare breed.

A few hundred yards beyond Waymark 9 is a wizened tree where little owls make their nest in an old woodpecker hole. Following this, at the top of the hill, the farmer has a few wild boars. There are just three stiles on the walk.

There are a couple of field crossings which can be sticky in wet weather.

England - East England - Suffolk - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Mostly Flat, Wildlife, Woodland
10/10/2020 - Sarah Green

Lovely walk on a bright October day. The pub is sadly no longer there so we parked on the road just before the church. At Waymark 4 we overshot the narrow path as the fingerpost had gone and it was badly overgrown. Retraced our steps and saw it tucked beside a house just past of High View.