Help keep Palgrave's Footpaths Open
Palgrave Parish Council footpaths sub committee are asking for the help of walkers to keep their footpaths open and walkable, if you find that a footpath can not be walked or is blocked by crops please email Palgrave Parish Clerk. A chart to help walkers which should be used in conjunction with the Village Footpaths Map is available to download Click here.
Use this link to report a problem online on any Suffolk Footpath.
Use this link to report a problem online on any Norfolk Footpath.
PALGRAVE WALKING GROUP
Our group meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month ( With extra walks added on the third Tuesday during the Summer- Autumn months), normally leaving Palgrave Community Centre at 9.45 a.m. ( Please check individual walk details for exact times incase). Everyone is welcome to join our friendly group but it is regretted that dogs cannot be allowed on our walks. Additionally Palgrave Walking Group, or its walk leaders, cannot be held liable for any injury sustained whilst on any walk they organise. Please contact Bob Solley on 01379 651706 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further details.
Car sharing is encouraged to avoid congestion at some rural or public house car parks where the walk actually starts.
Again no one has voluntered as a leader but meet as usual at the community centre at the normal time. We will walk again from Palgrave on a re run of Johns circu mnavigation of Diss ev entually passing through the town back to Palgrave via Tesco's with perhaps a stop for refreshments at The Waterfront on route. (Keep an eye out for updates prior)
February 26th Alisons walk
(Either meet at Palgrave at the normal time or at Alisons around 10.15)
I have a walk in mind for the above date which I walked today. Leaving Waveney House IP20 0HJ as before but heading towards Mendham and then heading up the hill to Redenhall giving amazing views of the church and over the Waveney Valley. We then cross the A143 and head towards Alburgh via quiet road and footpaths and coming back to Wortwell . I will look at going to the pub in Mendham if not back to the Kings Head in Brockdish. Alison
I would think all these walks are about 5 miles ish
Following various conversations over the last few months I am making a suggestion
That during the Summer months we add some additional walks for those that are interested in travelling further from Palgrave on the 3rd Tuesday of the summer months.
These walks will be different from our usual walks in as much as they will take us further afield than our normal walks. I am volunteering to lead the first one in April that will be a short coastal walk followed by a pub lunch and then explore around Shotley Point between the Stour and Orwell estuaries enjoying the views over to Felixstowe Docks and Harwich. So starting now, I am looking for leaders and walks between April and September. sugestions that have been made include North Norfolk Coast, Dedham Vale, and the Broads