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Footpath & Highway Issues or Defects

You can report and issues you identify to our footpaths and roads by logging them with the County Council's reporting tool. This will ensure the issue is registered, followed up, and either rectified immediately of scheduled for future repair or maintenance. Issues can include footpath defects, pot holes, right of way issues, or issues with hedges, trees or verges, although this list is by no means exhaustive. You can access the reporting portal here:



GRUNDISBURGH & CULPHO nestle in the beautiful Suffolk countryside and are surrounded by a net work of public footpaths.     These are well used by villagers and visitors and are by far the best way to see and enjoy the countryside and its wild life.


A map of paths in the Grundisburgh and Culpho area is on display in St.Mary’s Church porch.


The parish council’s Conservation and Footpaths Committee organises walks starting from  the Village Green  on Sunday afternoons.     This is a great way to discover  routes you are not familiar with in good company.    The picture shows villagers stepping out on one of these very popular walks.  


  • Be safe - plan ahead and follow any signs
  • Leave gates and property as you find them
  • Protect plants and animals, and take your litter home
  • Keep dogs under close control
  • Consider other people

For more information on the Countryside Code click hereYour Link


Ramblers Association

Ipswich Ramblers Club (operates in the Grundisburgh & Culpho Area)

Suffolk County Council Public Rights of Way