Yoxford - Sibton - Bramfield - Yoxford

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Leaving Yoxford Church, we are immediately in well-managed, walker-friendly farmland. Much of the route is on maintained, grassy field margins, although a couple of field crossings can be sticky, especially if recently worked. A brush with a farmyard can be distinctly 'agricultural', but is quickly left behind. The short road sections are quiet and simply add diversity and links to 'proper walking'. The conjoined villages of Sibton and Peasenhall, together with Bramfield, are diversions and come at convenient refreshment points, but are both well worth a few minutes before returning to the described route.

The walk is perfectly feasible after wet weather, unlike others in this area, as it generally follows higher ground.

England - East England - Suffolk - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Church, Flowers, Mostly Flat, Pub, Public Transport, Wildlife, Woodland
1/23/2016 - Alan and Jackie Bennett

Walk completed 23/1/16. Really enjoyable but pretty muddy in places. Most of the way directions were fine and we found it helpful to use the map as well as some fields/paths were so heavily ploughed you could not walk across and needed to divert around. Would be a great summer walk.

3/4/2012 - Alan Sturges

Did this Superb walk 1st March 2012. Great views, good paths. A walk to do again.

2/15/2012 - Stephen Nicholls

Just going to tackle this walk! I live in Yoxford - please note the Griffin pub is 'closed until further notice', but on the junction with the main A12 the King's Head is a good pub [though slow to serve food].