PATH SUFFOLK WALKS by John Brooks
Suffolk's riverside meadows of the Stour valley remain as beautiful today as when Constable painted them two centuries ago. Similarly, the county's lonely expanses of estuarine marsh, which are a feature of the coast, have a quality that appeal to writers as well as artists. A walk through Flatford and East Bergholt passes one of Constable's most famous viewpoints, and Flatford Mill itself. There is a choice of coastal walks, including routes through Southwold, Shingle Street, Dingle Marshes, Thorpeness and the Shotley peninsula.