Other Mapped Areas

The Club has produced a number of maps for public & private organisations: 

  • Barnardiston Hall, Haverhill; Scale 1:2,500; 2009 (for private school)
  • Beccles Common; Scale 1:5,000; 2011 (for Ashley school - Lowestoft - has POC)
  • Bradfield Park; Scale 1:5,000; 2012 (for scout group)
  • Holly Grove, Benacre; Scale 1:4,000; 2011 (private estate / Natural England)
  • Boxford Spinney, west of Hadleigh; Scale 1:1500; 2003 (for scout group)
  • Brettenham Park, east of Lavenham; Scale 1:4000; 2007 (for private school)
  • Brookhill Woods, east of Ipswich; Scale 1:5000; 2000 (access now limited to public footpaths)
  • Gunton Denes, Lowestoft; Scale 1:5,000; 2011 (for Ashley school - Lowestoft - has POC)
  • Hallowtree, beside Bridge Wood; Scale 1:2500; 2010 (for scout group / Stoke Park HS)
  • Herringfleet, Lowestoft; Scale 1:2,000; 2009 (for scout group)
  • Herringfleet Hills, Lowestoft; Scale 1:3,000; 2011 (for Ashley school - Lowestoft)
  • Nicholas Everitt Park, Lowestoft; Scale 1:2,500; 2009 (for scout group)
  • Normanston Park, Lowestoft; Scale 1:2,500; 2009 (for scout group)
  • Rock Barracks, Woodbridge; Scale 1:5,000; 2010 (for BAOC)
  • Royal Hospital School, Holbrook; Scale 1:5000; 2013 (for private school)
  • Sparrow’s Nest, Lowestoft; Scale 1:5,000; 2011 (for Ashley school - Lowestoft)
  • Walberswick Common; Scale 1:5,000; 2011 (for Natural England)
  • Walberswick National Nature Reserve; Scale 1:5000; 2011 (for Natural England - 3 maps for schools)
  • Woolverstone Hall  on banks of River Orwell; Scale 1:5000; 1997 (for private school - under revision 2015)

A large number of school sites (about 90) were mapped by club members for the County Council Education Department between 1997 and 2000. More recently (2010 - 2015) over 150 schools have been mapped by the club and a couple of professional teams in the Bury St Edmunds, Central Suffolk, Ipswich, Lowestoft and Suffolk Coastal areas. These maps often incorporate village greens, common land or local parks.

In the 1990’s Suffolk County Council Education Department sponsored the mapping of many of its parkland areas. Since the most of these maps cover small or largely open areas, they were most suited to local events or for training purposes.

  • Aspal Close, Mildenhall; Scale 1:4000; 1997
  • Santon Downham SW; Scale 1:7,500; 1990
  • The Grove, Felixstowe; Scale 1:5000; 1990

The following maps were been produced by SuffOC in the past, but we no longer have access:

  • Bentley and Dodnash Woods; 1983 - working mixed woodlands, S of Ipswich
  • Holbrook Gardens, Ipswich; 1980 - small working woodland, S of Ipswich

EAOA's & Other EA Club's Maps

The following maps have been produced by the EAOA, or one of the other clubs in the East Anglian region, on land wholly or at least partially within the county of Suffolk:

  • Barnham Camp (RAFO)
  • Brandon Park (EAOA)
  • Bush Heath Woods, Mildenhall (CUOC)
  • High Lodge Warren, Brandon (WAOC)
  • Mildenhall Woods (WAOC)
  • RAF Honington (RAFO)
  • Risbeth , Thetford (WAOC)
  • Santon Downham , Brandon (CUOC)
  • Waveney Forest, Lowestoft (NOR)

Further details may be found on the websites of the individual clubs.