Taylor Wimpey folds up its tents and steals away

Taylor Wimpey has withdrawn its “free go” second attempt to build 295 houses on land north of Gracechurch Street. The Mid Suffolk Council website shows the application was withdrawn on Monday (June 29) There is no indication of why. Had the developer been advised by planning officers that there was […]

Paths project

Rights of way project

The Footpaths Project’s purpose is to ensure that Debenham and surrounding parishes have a coherent and well signposted network of paths and bridleways now and for the future. To do this we need first to find out which paths are being used and whether they are free of obstructions and […]

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Paths project

How the Paths Project works

The picture of how people are using the paths around Debenham is building thanks to those who have submitted details of their walks. Most of the paths seem to be clear but there are some problem spots have been identified. And at the moment we have no idea why some […]

Paths project

See where people are walking

This map is regularly updated as more records of walks are submitted. Find out how to add your own here. Zoom in to see which paths are most used. Red tracks are walks and blue are cycle rides that go off-road.

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Mickfield Meadow circular walk

One of my favourite places to visit around Debenham is Mickfield Meadow, Suffok’s first nature reserve and one of the earliest in England. A delightful and tranquil place, now a place of special scientific interest and only a little over 3km from the centre of Debenham.