The Parish Council holds two meadows and a piece of rough woodland in trust for the villagers. The woodland is on the left-hand side of a pleasant walk down to the river Brett.
The first meadow, known as Buckle's Meadow, or Buckledees Meadow by some older parishioners, was purchased in the 1960s with money raised in the village and a grant. It is a county wildlife site. Access is by public footpath from Rectory Road.
The second meadow, also accessible by public footpath, is called Hunty's Vale. It was the kind gift to the village by the sisters Edith and Francis Vale who were parishioners. A programme of conservation is on-going to maintain and improve the area for plants, animals and birds as well as being a pleasant place to walk.
Please observe the Countryside Code:
- keep dogs on a lead or under close control
- clear up and dispose of dog mess - there are special dog litter bins at various sites in the village
- keep to designated paths
- close gates
- dispose of litter responsibly
Suffolk County Council footpaths