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Series of walks to be held across district

PUBLISHED: 11:41 09 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:41 09 July 2018

A countryside walk. Photo: Archant library.

A countryside walk. Photo: Archant library.

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Numerous healthy walks have been organised by OneLife Suffolk.

On Monday, July 16, a 3.9-mile walk is held in Ditchingham. Meet at the Green Lane car park at 10.30am. At 2pm on Monday, a one-mile walk is held in Halesworth, meeting at the Thoroughfare car park. On Tuesday, at 10.30am, a 3.5-mile walk is held in Bungay, with parking on Hillside Road East/Joyce Road. A 1.5-mile walk will leave from the north end of Gunton Church Lane on Wednesday at 2pm for a walk along Gunton Wood. On Thursday a one mile to 1.5-mile walk leaves Sole Bay Health Centre in Reydon at 10.30am. A 2.7-mile walk is held next Friday in Mutford meeting at the village hall car park at 10.30am.

■ The Waveney and District Group of the Ramblers will hold a 10-mile walk in Westleton on Sunday, July 15, meeting at Westleton Green duck pond at 10am, Also on Sunday, a 10-mile walk is held in the Shotley area at 10.30am. On Wednesday a five-mile walk is held in Ringsfield, meeting at the village hall car park at 10.30am.

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