Church End & Erwarton from Shotley Gate Walk
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Start Point Details
Ordnance Survey Grid Ref TM245336
Latitude 51.955544 Longitude 1.265869
Postcode IP9 1PZ
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Suffolk Coasts and Heaths
The Suffolk Coast and Heaths National Landscape (formerly AONB) extends from the northern side of the Stour estuary to the east of Ipswich, to Kessingland in the North. Covering much of the land between the A12 trunk road and the coast - it is an area traversed by five superb and diverse estuaries. This physical landform has made the construction of a north - south coast road impossible and prevented much of the unsightly development common along many other stretches of coast. The area retains a remote atmosphere and gives the impression that many of this century's changes have passed it by. Historic towns and villages dating back to before the Doomsday Book make this an area of peace and tranquillity. Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Walking Guide
The County of Suffolk is in the East of England. Much of the county is low lying although there are a few hills, especially in the west. Arable land predominates and contrasts with the watery landscape of The Broads in the north. A notable feature are the wide estuaries that offer a habitat for a variety of birds. The Suffolk Coast and Heaths is the only National Landscape (formerly AONB) in the county. The highest point is Great Wood Hill, near the village of Rede, which reaches 128 metres (420 ft).
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