On the 27th December 2016 a walk around Reedham village was organised to highlight residents disappointment with the closing of a footpath within the village and to raise both awareness and funds with the hope of seeing this reversed and the path re-instated.

The walk started at the village Hall and finished at the brewery where a one off firkin of beer (footpath ale) was donated for sale to the thirsty walkers to further the fund raising. There was also coffee, tea, mince pies, biscuits etc supplied by a willing team of volunteers as well as a tombola, with prizes generously donated from various organisations and  businesses within the village.

You can read a full article from the Eastern Daily Press HERE

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