Weekly Guided Walks in the Fynn Valley

The countryside around our little Church is known as the Fynn Valley, a real treasure of Suffolk with some of the most beautiful walking to be found, full of surprises and delightful ever-changing flora and fauna.

Our leisurely walks start at 10:30am every Wednesday, meeting outside All Saints Church, Little Bealings   

Our routes change each week, usually around 3-5 miles. Our guides Francis and John have lived in the village for many years and are passionate about the walks around our church. They know all the best routes and have the latest Safeguarding training.

Simply turn up at 10:30am on a Wednesday at the church and you’ll be happily welcomed. Please wear clothing and footwear appropriate for walking and the weather. The weather is remarkably kind to us, though if it has been raining then walking boots are advised!

Our walks are entirely free, where those who attend regularly are encouraged to make an occasional donation to the upkeep of All Saints Little Bealings.

If you can't make our walks, why not try our WALKING MAPS, or see our article "Where is the Fynn Valley?".

Parking and toilets:  Parking for walkers is available at the Village Hall by courtesy of the Village Hall Trust, however their toilets are not public. We are asked to respect Village Hall users by parking at the far end of the car park to the hall. Please also avoid parking at the Angela Cobbold hall which only has a few spaces for their users. There are also usually a couple of spots just outside the church, keeping the entrance to the path clear. Our walking group can use the toilet at All Saints Church.

You can also follow the Fynn Valley Walking Group on Facebook by clicking here