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News from Ipswich Ramblers


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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.
Fonnereau Way - The public Inquiry now adjourned until March.

See the full stories here.


Earn money for Ipswich Ramblers!!

We are now registered to receive money from the Walking Partnership. Whenever yo The Walking Partnershipu book a holiday through Ramblers Worldwide Holidays and quote Ipswich Ramblers, the group will receive a contribution of 10 per person on UK holidays, 20 per person on short haul holidays, and 30 per person on long haul holidays. For more information, click here.


Please Help

We are always looking for more walk leaders. More..



New Photogallery link

There is now a new link to your photos. For more information about the gallery please read this first. If you think others would enjoy your photos, please send them to webmaster. Thanks.




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Suffolk Area AGM

Don't forget the Suffolk Area AGM hosted by the Ipswich Group on Saturday February 7 at 10:30Hrs. This will be followed by a walk.



April 2015 Programme

Deadline for walks to be included in this programme is 15 February. Please get them in as soon as possible. Thanks.



Closures of footpaths

Because of the bad weather over the last year or so there are several official temporary closures in place in Suffolk. A list of these can be found on the Suffolk Public ROW website.


There is often little or no warning of these when setting out on a walk. The list does not include paths which have simply disappeared or been blocked. Information on these may be available from the Footpath Committee or Area ROW Office.



3 Sept. England Coast Path in sight!

Ramblers are celebrating the government's announcement that the entire England Coast Path will soon be open for walkers. For more information see the Ramblers website and their Facebook page.



Old news

Documents from AGM and previous, out of date items can be found here....



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