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Isla's flock taking a rest - thanks for the walk Isla!
Latest news from Ipswich Ramblers
The Big Pathwatch
The Big Pathwatch is live - for more details see the the main Ramblers website.
October 2015 - March 2016 Programme
Please submit your walks for this programme as soon as possible. Deadline 7th August!
We are pleased to report that the appeal to have this footpath removed has been dismissed. The detail should appear here within the next week or so (this page updated 6/4/15). Look for FPS/V3500/14A/2 under Suffolk County Council. Well done Geoff and everyone who has worked hard on this.
New walk programme
See upcoming walks at a glance in panel to the right. Click on individual walks for more detail including a map of how to find the start point. Find out more about our group and information about joining us for a walk.
Attention Walk leaders
If at any time you want to add more information about your walk or you see an error in your published walk, please send details to webmaster. We will not change fundamental details such as place or time but can add more information about the route as the time gets closer. Worth checking walks you intend to join in case something interesting has been added. Please note this additional information will only be available in the walks listed in the Walk Finder.
We are always looking for new walk leaders for both long and half day walks during the week and at weekends. New Leaders not only provide variety but ease the burden on established leaders. Help can always be given to those new to leadership.
If willing to lead please contact Gareth Evans the Programme Secretary. Contact details here or speak with him on a walk. See Getting involved for more details on leading walks.
Other news from Ipswich Ramblers - also see News page
Latest work by Footpath Committee
Whitton Area - As a result of much work by Geoff
Knight and others a recommendation to add one public
footpath and two restricted byways to the definitive map
will go forward in March.