You need to log in as a member of Walkingworld to access the details for this walk and have an active subscription. Please join, or log in above if you are already a member.

This rural route, mostly along bridleways, also crosses meadows and runs along country lanes. Ringsfield is an old rural village not far from Beccles. In spring the churchyard is covered with aconites and snowdrops. The village sign encompasses a pair of robins, known as the 'Ringsfield Robins'. A pair nested in the lectern in 1949 and brought up their family in the church. The new lectern also has a pair of robins carved on it.

England - East England - Suffolk - Countryside


Birds, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife
10/3/2018 - richard hubner

Point 8/9 the road system has changed. Point 8 there is now a tarmac pathway so no need to cross the road to the grass verge opposite. At point 9 the footpath sign and winter flora sign is not present and there is a roundabout and a road that takes you down to the grass pathway.

Walkingworld members near this walk

Pubs, cafes and restaurants
Distance away