Events


Clare Castle Country Park Trust Monthly Walks Programme 2017/2018 

From the Country Park, normally starting at 10 am, led by Clare Walkers’ Group Leaders

27 December:   Post-Christmas Walk (NB 11am) – part of the Clare Loop but ending at the Globe by 12.30


19 January 2018:  2 pm Walkers are Welcome launch walk
phone 01787 277335 for details

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17 February:   Hawkedon/Queen’s Head (NB linear)

17 March:   Claret Hall

14 April:   Wixoe by bus/Stoke by Clare/Clare

13 May – 3 June:   Suffolk Walking Festival (7 Clare walks included)

16 June:   Brockley and Hawkedon Circular (plus picnic)

14 July:   Belchamp St Paul/Half Moon

18 August:   Glemsford by bus/Stour Valley Path/Clare

15 September:   3 Peaks (High Point, Rede, Ousden)

20 October:   Clare Loop (Children in Need)

17 November:   Long Lane

27 December:   Clare Loop 

Christmas Boots Walk

Meet at Clare Park Centre (next to Country Park car park) normally at 10.00 am.  The car park charge is £2 for more than 1 hour.  There is no charge for the Walks.  Well-behaved dogs are welcome but they will need to be under control or on a lead at all times.  Children are welcome, provided parents are confident they can walk the distance.  Bring appropriate clothing, footwear and WATER.  Individuals walk at their own risk.  Each walk involves some walking on rough ground and are classified as moderate/leisurely (these terms are described on our advice page). 

Further information:   01787 277 335

Throughout the year  there is a wide range of Health Walks across the whole of Suffolk.  The website includes links to walks arranged by region as well as for the Stepping Out programme:  all designed to keep people active.

Ramblers have local walking events throughout the UKThe Ramblers have walks in our area, organised by local groups and sometimes from further afield.  One way to see what is on offer is to visit the Ramblers site: here you will find a map of what’s on within 10 miles of Clare.  You can pick your own location and calendar.

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