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Flower of Suffolk 2020

Sun 4th Oct 2020

Walk Details:

Event Cancelled
With regret, the Flower of Suffolk has been cancelled due to the current worldwide Coronavirus pandemic
Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Central England / Suffolk Coast
Local Group
Norfolk & Suffolk
Distance / Time Limit
26 or 18ml. all to finish by 17.00
Start Time
08.00-09.30 depending on walking speed; short route 08.30, runners 09.30
From Walberswick Village Hall

Please note that there is now a charge for the car park (currently at 4 per day). This is a scenic route along the Suffolk coast and inland on heathland footpaths around Minsmere and Dunwich

General Notes
No entries OTD. Entries close Sept 30th or when the event is full. Organised by Norfolk and Suffolk LDWA. Part of the Tri-Anglian Challenge with Daffodil Dawdle and Summer Poppyline, all three to be completed in the same year. Entry online through link below. Online entries preferred, but if not possible please contact Chelle Armour for entry form. Please also car share where possible
Start and Finish

Entry Details:

8, non LDWA 16 online entries through SiEntries from March 2020. If you are not currently a member of the LDWA, why not join now and save money on the entry fee?
Cheques Payable To
Norfolk and Suffolk LDWA.


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