** Important ** Update 10th May 2024

We’ve had some lovely dry walking weather this week but I was informed last night that parts of the track is still muddy and waterlogged.

( especially through the Dalham Woods between Gazeley and Dalham and also along the river between Moulton and Dalham )

Reports seem to vary greatly from one week to the next, so, it’s a good idea to be prepared for the possibility of a muddy trail.

We’ve installed a Boot scraper at the rear entrance of the pub – but we advise people to bring a spare pair of shoes if you are planning to end your walk in Gazeley.

Visiting us on the walk

If you are planning to eat please book a table ( We can’t always accommodate walk-ups, especially large groups ), link above. Also, please check our menu

Stopping for a Drink in a large group ( 6+ ) ? No problem, just please give us the ‘heads up‘,  call in advance ( 01638 551 511 ).

The Three Churches Walk – General Info

This is a circular walk encompassing, Gazeley, Moulton and Dalham Churches.

The walk is approximately 6.5 miles / 10.5 Km in total and is rated as a ‘moderate’ level by Rambler groups.

The countryside is stunning, Suffolk is, generally speaking, fairly flat. This walk isn’t what you would call hilly, by most standards, but Gazeley is set on top of a hill and both Moulton and Dalham are in the valley of the River Kennett, below.

You’ll need to be reasonably fit and have appropriate footwear. 95% of the walk is off-road. If the area has received any rain in recent days before your walk, expect some areas of thick mud ( this was more of an issue in 2020-2021 during the Pandemic Lockdowns – as the walk became extremely popular ).

the three churches walk map
3 Churches walk - Map pdf