The latest event in an ongoing series of Landscapes for All events took place last week, as part of the Suffolk & Essex Coast & Heaths National Landscape’s efforts to make our landscapes even more accessible.
This funded event was done in partnership with the East Lines Community Rail Partnership and provided access for all members of the group to Snape and utilised existing public transport links, to promote sustainable visiting and accessibility.
The group were met off the train at Wickham Market and caught the Katch Bus service to Snape Maltings, where they were met by expert guide Simon Hooton for a 3-mile guided walk along the north bank of the Alde estuary, along what is known as the Sailors Path through to Snape Warren and across the Snape Marshes back to Snape Maltings.
The Katch bus service provides a demand bus service between Framlingham and Snape Maltings, making these locations more accessible for people without a car.
Funding for the event was provided by a grant from the Suffolk & Essex Coast & Heaths National Landscape Sustainable Development. For more information, please contact Jenny Moss, National Landscapes for All Officer, at [email protected].