A 1.6 mile Walk

A 1.6-mile Circular Walk

 

 

This route is clearly signed (signposts and waymarks)

Pets should be kept on leads at all times.

Sturdy shoes or boots are recommended.

 

 

Start at The Gate Inn, cross the Weston Road (TAKE GREAT CARE) and walk up High Street to the telephone box. Cross the High Street (with great care) and follow the footpath sign just to right of the old garage. After 50 metres turn left into the corner of the field and cross the ditch bridge. You will pass alongside the underground sewage pumping station before crossing over a stile. Walk diagonally across the paddock and through the field gate. Walk across the farmyard and through the next gate; into the next paddock and onto the field gate at the far end. Take care to follow the waymarker on the gate post that points you in the general direction of the brook on your right-hand side. Be careful not to disturb the dinosaurs behind the hedge to your right. Over a stile in the middle of the field and onwards to the right-hand side of the hedge across the field ahead of you, and to the bridge over the Gate Inn brook in the corner of this field.

 

Over the bridge and bear right towards the caravans following the edge of the fields (with caravans behind the hedge), until you reach the footpath post. Follow the direction of the waymarker to the next three posts and through this well-manicured caravan field until you reach the stile. Over the stile and straight-ahead; across the road and follow the path between the houses and the railway embankment (a nicely planted section). Through the metal gate; straight-ahead through the station car park; then follow the road and path out of the station to the main road. Follow this road into the village, passing the main entrances to the Ranch Caravan Park and All Things Wild on your right, until you reach the Gate Inn crossroads.

 

 

We hope you have enjoyed your walk today, and that we have whetted your appetite for a variety of future walks during 2017* using the Public Rights of Way (PROWs) in the Parish of Honeybourne.

 

 

Email steve@stephenbullen.com for copies of any walks, to express concerns, or seek advice on how to best enjoy Honeybourne’s PROWs.

 

 

 

* A great way to gently improve your fitness and wellbeing, whilst

appreciating the beautiful countryside in which we live.

 

January 2017