East Suffolk Council (Badingham Footpath No 15(part)) Public Path Diversion Order 2023

The above named order was made by East Suffolk Council on 6th March 2023 under Section 119 of the Highways Act 1980. Schedule 6 of the legislation requires ESC to serve notice of the making of the order on the Parish Council. A copy of the order and an explanatory statement which explains why the order has been made is available to view, as well as the public notice, which must be displayed in a prominent position on the public notice board from 10 March 2023 until 7 April 2023 inclusive and if possible on your website or give a link to the ESC website detailed in the notice. They can be viewed online at East Suffolk Rights of Way. The full notices are on the Parish Council notice board outside the village hall. 

Badingham has a wealth of interesting footpaths. It lies in the beautiful Alde valley in rural high Suffolk, an undulating landscape of arable fields, secluded homesteads and pretty churches. This is an area of clay soil uplands that until the Saxon period was full of oak forests, later cleared for meadows and fields.

The Badingham Walks include two main circuits, which if combined, offer up to 11 miles of walking. The circuits take you past many sights including three fascinating churches, ancient halls and woodlands. All walks begin from Badingham Church in Low Street.

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