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This is the 5th section of the Millenium Way 100 miles from Henley in Arden to Hockley Heath.
This delightful walk starts from the 15th-century church of St John the Baptist, situated on the corner of the High Street and Beaudesert Lane in Henley-in-Arden. This is walk 18 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
This circular starts from the 15th Century church of St John the Baptist in the centre of the lovely town of Henley in Arden. It has a couple of short steep climbs with resulting fine views. This is walk 17 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
Includes two Stratford on Avon Canal Aqueducts, Parkland and good views.
This circular walk starts at The Boot Inn Lapworth on the B4439 south east of Hockley Heath. Initially the route follows the Stratford-upon-Avon Canal, leaving this at Drawbridge Farm to follow a delightful section of the Millennium Way. This is walk 35 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
This is the 6th section of the Millenium Way 100 miles from Hockley Heath to Meriden. This is the traditional centre of England and is also the centre of our long distance trail.
This circular walk passes two interesting landmarks, namely Packwood House and St. Giles Church which are both worthy of a visit. There are no difficult sections on this walk although there is a muddy waterlogged bit when reaching Pratt's Pit area. This is the walk 5 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
This delightful circular walk starts from Packwood House, a well-known National Trust property. The walk will give you a flavour of The Millennium Way taking you across mostly flat countryside. This is walk 6 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
Lovely walk around Withycombe - Redhill - Temple Grafton - Exhall - Oversley - Upton and Haselor.
This lovely walk is across glorious open countryside with a few gentle inclines, along riverside and through woodland with a short section along quiet country lanes. Suitable for dogs. The walk incorporates sections of the Millennium Way, where you will be guided by the distinctive black and white waymarkers. This is walk 42 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
A circular cycle nearly all on minor roads, and a section of towpath that starts at the longest canal aqueduct in England.
Quiet roads around Norton Lindsey and Villages with refreshment stop options.
This circular walk combines the delights of both town and country walking. Starting in the Coughton you will enjoy riverside paths, country lanes and gentle farmland. Just over half distance you go down the attractive Alcester High Street. There is also the chance to visit Coughton Court, an interesting and attractive National Trust property. This is walk 29 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
This delightful circular walk starts from The Throckmorton near Coughton Court a well-known National Trust property. This is walk 23 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
This is the 4th section of the Millenium Way 100 miles from Coughton to Henley in Arden.
Easy to moderate loop along the lakes and into the woods, ideal for wildlife and train spotting. An alternative and easier route is available avoiding the woodland part.
During the early part of the walk you will follow a short section of the Millennium Way along the Grand Union Canal and, after walking some delightful open, flat countryside, will rejoin it at Temple Balsall. Here you may wish to take a short detour to visit the church of St Mary at Temple Balsall which has connections with the Knights Templar. This is walk 32 from the 44 composing the Millenium Way.
A walk starting and returning to Wythall Station, with opportunities to explore further. Fifty species of birds breed here in the woods. Wildflowers to be seen include bluebell, lily of the valley, cow-wheat, and bilberry. The Earlswood Lakes were constructed in the 1820s to provide water to the Stratford upon Avon canal. The labour force included prisoners of war from the Napoleonic wars.
This easy circular walk is a good way to discover differently the famous city of Stratford-upon-Avon walking historical streets and places. Then, you will use nice paths along the banks of the River Avon including Shakespeare's Avon Way.
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