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  1. Suffolk Walking Festival 2015

    Suffolk Walking Festival 2015

    During May 1,553 people took part in Suffolk's annual Walking Festival which consisted of 92 different walks. Each walk had a different focus including local history, health and food. The festival was a great way of getting residents and tourists …

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  2. Welcome to Discover Suffolk

    Welcome to Discover Suffolk

    The Discover Suffolk Project started in 2006 as a partnership led by Suffolk County Council. The project was funded for 2 years by grants from the European Regional Development Fund (Objective 2 Programme), East of England Development Agency …

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  3. 'Active for Life' Suffolk Walking Strategy

    'Active for Life' Suffolk Walking Strategy

    The Suffolk Walking Strategy was launched in July 2015. Active for Life: Suffolk Walking Strategy 2015-2020 aims to make walking the default choice for journeys of 20 minutes or less on foot and for walking to be seen as fun, beneficial, easy, …

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  4. Improving People's Lives

    Improving People's Lives

    Isabel enjoyed going out on her local footpaths but not could not go over a footbridge because it was not wide enough to accommodate her wheelchair. Isabel’s Mum contacted the Rights of Way Officer, Debbie Adams, to ask if any improvements could be …

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  5. Launch of the Suffolk Walking Festival 2015

    Launch of the Suffolk Walking Festival 2015

    Suffolk Walking Festival 9th - 31st May 2015 The 2015 Suffolk Walking Festival was launched in the historic walled garden at Brandon Country Park in Thetford Forest today, by the festival's new patron Lesley Dolphin, from BBC Radio Suffolk: "I've …

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