Circular Parish Walks
Following are 6 circular walks within the parish which have been prepared by members of the Footpath Committee with the help of volunteers under the Parish Paths Partnership Scheme (P3). We look forward to receiving your comments on these walks and suggestions for others. You may find the Ordnance Survey Map Sheet ST30 scale 1:25 000 useful if the paths are not familiar to you. Enjoy the walks and views but remember the Countryside Code:
- Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls but remember to fasten and
leave all gates as you find them.
- Keep your dogs under close control.
- Keep to public paths across farmland.
- Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
- Take your litter home
- Help to keep all water clean
- Protect wildlife, plants and trees
- Take special care on country roads
- Make no unnecessary noise.
Please click on the walks to access more detailed information regarding each walk.
Walk No. 1
Over the Hill to Holditch
Dyke Hill -> Holditch -> Dyke Hill.
About 2 1/2 hours, moderate to difficult going. Waterproof footwear advisable even in summer.
Walk No. 2
Views of Three Counties
Parrocks Lodge -> Wambrook -> Parrocks Lodge.
About 3 hours, easy going but waterproof footwear advisable in wet weather.
Walk No. 3
Dyke Hill -> Chilson -> Dyke Hill.
About 1 1/2 hours, easy going but waterproof footwear advisable in wet weather.
Walk No. 4
Oak Tree Trail
Dyke Hill -> Forton -> Dyke Hill.
About 2 hours, easy going, but waterproof footwear required during wet weather
Walk No. 5
The Drift to Wreath
Perry Street -> Nutshole -> Wreath -> Perry Street.
About 2 hours, moderate going, waterproof footwear essential in wet weather.
Walk No. 6
To Paradise and Back
Parrocks Lodge -> Burridge Cross -> Paradise -> Parrocks Lodge.
A pleasant and easy 1 1/2 hours. Stout footwear or wellingtons essential as stretches can be muddy after wet weather.