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ASSOCIATION FOR SUFFOLK STEPS: SUFFOLK MUSEUMS PATHS TO THE PAST ON YOUR DOORSTEP If you're looking to stay active and find fun ways to explore your local area this summer, get your walking shoes on and start exploring with Suffolk Steps. Walking is a simple, free way of exercising and is one of the easiest ways to stay active and become healthier. A brisk 10-minute walk has lots of health century master of portrait and landscape painting. Travel back in time to height of the silk and weaving industry as you pass the historic houses and production centers of wealthy merchants and clothiers. benefits and counts towards the recommended 150 minutes of weekly exercise. Whatever your age, increased physical activity is linked to helping people lead a healthier and happier life with lower Suffolk Steps is a collection of local historic walks and trails developed by museums and partners throughout Suffolk. The free walks are designed to help all ages stay active and uncover hidden history incidences of chronic illness. in the towns and Suffolk countryside. Keeping active is a key theme for Suffolk Steps partner, Keep Moving Suffolk, a local campaign aimed at helping people stay active during the Covid-19 pandemic. Keep Moving Suffolk aims to inspire and encourage people to stay active, move or move more, by sharing ideas, tips, useful links and positive stories during these unprecedented times, using the hashtag #KeepMovingSuffolk. You can explore Suffolk Steps by downloading the trails to your phone, or printing if you have access to a printer. Take the historic trail at Dunwich, a once great medieval port that disappeared beneath the waves to become the scenic coastal village it is today. Walk around the friary ruins and picture yourself in very different surroundings. There is so much to see, from the 125 acres of serene countryside at West Stow County Park, to strolling along the famed 'Sailors Path", a well-worn route initially used by sailors and smugglers. You can also take in the largest Millennium Green in England in Halesworth along the historic Malt trail or go off the beaten track with Orford Museum's Elizabethan map of the village. As with any form of outdoor exercise, please follow the current Government guidelines on staying safe Follow the trail around Thomas Gainsborough's Sudbury and walk in the footsteps of the 18th outside your home. Keep Moving Suffolk is a local campaign to keep people active in and around their own homes, in response to the Covid-19 virus. Duih Ma The virus has resulted in our routines changing as we all help to stop the spread. Mildenhal Muteum We are backing Sport England's national campaign called 'Join the Movement' which seeks to bring greater attention to #StaylnWorkOut - and inspire and inform the public about the many fun, and creative ways they can keep moving, The national campaign website is www.stayinworkout.org Aebur May Mestum Our aim with 'Keep Moving Suffolk' is to inspire and encourage people to stay active, move or move more, by sharing ideas, tips, useful links and positive stories during these unprecedented times, using the hashtag #KeepMovingSuffolk. The td https://www.keepmovingsuffolk.com/ Glnsbareg HAS Gone ich SUFFOLK MUSEUMS Families Mng STEPS Explore the walks at www.suffolkmuseums.org under Suffolk Steps. Share your walk stories and pictures with us using the hashtag #SuffolkSteps Keep in touch for all the latest information and family-friendly event news on Twitter @Suffolk_Museums and Facebook @AssociationForSuffolkMuseums ASSOCIATION FOR SUFFOLK STEPS: SUFFOLK MUSEUMS PATHS TO THE PAST ON YOUR DOORSTEP If you're looking to stay active and find fun ways to explore your local area this summer, get your walking shoes on and start exploring with Suffolk Steps. Walking is a simple, free way of exercising and is one of the easiest ways to stay active and become healthier. A brisk 10-minute walk has lots of health century master of portrait and landscape painting. Travel back in time to height of the silk and weaving industry as you pass the historic houses and production centers of wealthy merchants and clothiers. benefits and counts towards the recommended 150 minutes of weekly exercise. Whatever your age, increased physical activity is linked to helping people lead a healthier and happier life with lower Suffolk Steps is a collection of local historic walks and trails developed by museums and partners throughout Suffolk. The free walks are designed to help all ages stay active and uncover hidden history incidences of chronic illness. in the towns and Suffolk countryside. Keeping active is a key theme for Suffolk Steps partner, Keep Moving Suffolk, a local campaign aimed at helping people stay active during the Covid-19 pandemic. Keep Moving Suffolk aims to inspire and encourage people to stay active, move or move more, by sharing ideas, tips, useful links and positive stories during these unprecedented times, using the hashtag #KeepMovingSuffolk. You can explore Suffolk Steps by downloading the trails to your phone, or printing if you have access to a printer. Take the historic trail at Dunwich, a once great medieval port that disappeared beneath the waves to become the scenic coastal village it is today. Walk around the friary ruins and picture yourself in very different surroundings. There is so much to see, from the 125 acres of serene countryside at West Stow County Park, to strolling along the famed 'Sailors Path", a well-worn route initially used by sailors and smugglers. You can also take in the largest Millennium Green in England in Halesworth along the historic Malt trail or go off the beaten track with Orford Museum's Elizabethan map of the village. As with any form of outdoor exercise, please follow the current Government guidelines on staying safe Follow the trail around Thomas Gainsborough's Sudbury and walk in the footsteps of the 18th outside your home. Keep Moving Suffolk is a local campaign to keep people active in and around their own homes, in response to the Covid-19 virus. Duih Ma The virus has resulted in our routines changing as we all help to stop the spread. Mildenhal Muteum We are backing Sport England's national campaign called 'Join the Movement' which seeks to bring greater attention to #StaylnWorkOut - and inspire and inform the public about the many fun, and creative ways they can keep moving, The national campaign website is www.stayinworkout.org Aebur May Mestum Our aim with 'Keep Moving Suffolk' is to inspire and encourage people to stay active, move or move more, by sharing ideas, tips, useful links and positive stories during these unprecedented times, using the hashtag #KeepMovingSuffolk. The td https://www.keepmovingsuffolk.com/ Glnsbareg HAS Gone ich SUFFOLK MUSEUMS Families Mng STEPS Explore the walks at www.suffolkmuseums.org under Suffolk Steps. Share your walk stories and pictures with us using the hashtag #SuffolkSteps Keep in touch for all the latest information and family-friendly event news on Twitter @Suffolk_Museums and Facebook @AssociationForSuffolkMuseums