The parish of Little Bealings straddles a central portion of the picturesque Fynn Valley, which offers some of the most beautiful walks to be found in Suffolk, full of surprises and delightful ever-changing flora and fauna.
A range of picturesque circular walks have been prepared by All Saints Church and the maps for these walks can be found on their walks page.
Everyone is also welcome to the weekly guided walks which take place every Wednesday morning. The guides are our two footpath wardens, Francis Mutimer and John Wittgreffe, who have both lived in the village for many years and know a mine of information about the walks in the Fynn Valley and local history! These walks are entirely free and are arranged by and hosted by the church.
Parking and Toilets: Parking for walkers is available at the Village Hall by courtesy of the Bealings Village Hall Trust, where parking is at your own risk and there are no public toilets. Please respect priority to Village Hall users by parking at the back of the car park away from the hall. Wherever you park, please respect road safety and the access and privacy of villagers. The toilet at All Saints Church is always open for the guided walks.
We hope you enjoy many wonderful walks through our parish!
For more information read Rights and Responsibilities on Public Rights of Way
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