Halesworth Millennium Green

Halesworth, Suffolk

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The largest Millennium Green in England, just a short walk from the town centre managed by a charitable trust on behalf of the community.

Explore meadows, woodlands, rivers, ponds, heathland, orchard – plus the historic track-bed route of the old Halesworth-Southwold railway and the even older waterways of the Blyth Navigation.

Created from grazing marsh in the flood plains of the River Blyth and the Town River, Halesworth Millennium Green is situated just downstream to the east of Halesworth town centre. Since 2000, further land has been added and the Green which now covers 50+ acres (20+ hectares).

Accessible to all

An all-weather track snakes its way through the Green, providing flat terrain access for cycles, mobility scooters and push chairs, so that all can enjoy.

Halesworth Millennium Green

Visitors are welcome at all times.

Dogs and responsible dog walkers are welcome. 

Please note that cows graze Blyth Meadow and Lester’s Piece from early May to November.