Framlingham - Brandeston - Kettleburgh - Lampardbrook - Framlingham

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This walk can be varied as it complements Walk 1439, which also starts from Elms Car Park, overlooking The Mere in Framlingham. There are delightful tracks and field-paths for the entire length and you visit the charming little village of Brandeston. Ronald Blythe has written a number of books about the area, perhaps the best-known of which is 'Akenfield'. Brandeston itself is another village he knew well and he makes reference to the Queen's Head Inn, which you may decide to visit on the walk.

England - East England - Suffolk - Countryside


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Castle, Church, Food Shop, Great Views, Lake/Loch, Mostly Flat, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
5/3/2023 - MILES BOSTOCK

Walked 02/05/2023 Waymark 8 is more of a wide track, when you get to bridge at the end turn left onto hard track with farm machinery. Waymarked 14 At the pond look left the road and now kissing gate are at the bottom of the drive, we kept to the road to finish the walk. In May the Framlingham area is just full of cowslips beautiful addition to the walk. We found the walk a bit soggy on 90% of it good boots help.

8/27/2007 - Alan Sturges

First Class walk. Lovely paths great Suffolk scenery. The Queens Head Inn has excellent food and Adnams Beer. We picked Damsons, Greengages and Blackberries along the way.