Three Mills Walk

A guided walk along the the old railway line and taking in three water mills as well as Sudbury's famous water meadows

  • Booking essential

A pleasant 5.5 mile guided walk from magnificent Melford Hall to Gainsborough's House in Sudbury. Walking part of the old Great Eastern Long Melford to Sudbury railway line, passing three old water mills and Sudbury's famed Water Meadows en route.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • All £12.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 03442 491 895
Suitability
Not suitable for children under 16
Unfortunately dogs are not welcome at this event.
Meeting point
Meet at the gate lodge at Melford Hall
What to bring and wear
The walk goes over mixed terrain which can be muddy if wet. Please wear suitable clothing and walking boots.
Accessibility
Not suitable for wheelchairs
Other
There are regular bus services between Sudbury and Long Melford to enable walkers to retrieve their cars.

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
25 August 2018 10:00 - 13:00 Available
29 September 2018 10:00 - 13:00 Available
27 October 2018 10:00 - 13:00 Available

Contact Info

Name
Melford Hall
Email
melford@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01787 379228

Upcoming events

Beatrix Potter story readings

Thu 23 Aug 2018
13:00-15:00
Get carried away by the magical adventures of Peter Rabbit and his friends as written by Beatrix Potter and narrated by one of our story tellers

Art revealed by torchlight.... Hidden depths of Melford Hall's paintings.

Fri 24 Aug 2018
14:45-15:30
An opportunity to view some of our paintings as they have never been seen before.

Three Mills Walk

Sat 25 Aug 2018
10:00-13:00
A guided walk along the the old railway line and taking in three water mills as well as Sudbury's famous water meadows

Tales from the High Seas

Sat 25 Aug 2018
14:00-14:15
Join one of our naval history experts as he recounts tales of the Hyde Parker naval exploits

Melford Hall's Railway Walk

Sat 01 Sep 2018
10:30-13:00
A popular guided walk taking in some railway and village history as well as both some modern archaeology and the natural beauty of the Suffolk countryside.