Lots of work has gone into creating Miles without Stiles – you can find out more about it here.
We are creating a series of walks for people to enjoy within the Parish. The first of these are available in the documents below. If you would like to contribute a walk for others to use, please submit this via the Clerk and once checked, we will add it to this site. The software we use to load the walks does not allow a ‘.’ in the file name so where a walk says ‘3_4 miles’ it means 3.4 miles. Hope that this helps you choose the right walk!
Walking in the Parish information board contentOpen Download Copy Link Send
|W01-WUP-VH-Frogmore-Loop-2_1-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W02-The-Fording-and-Burton-Court-from-Weston-under-Penyard-6_7-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W03-Dancing-Green-from-Weston-under-Penyard-4_2-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W04-Bollitree-Bury-Hill-and-Pontshill-4_4-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W05-Kingstone-Bury-Hill-3_4-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W06-Lea-Bailey-Complete-Walk-5_8-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W07-Hope-Mansell-Walk-4-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W08-WUP-to-Ross-and-back-via-Penyard-Hill-6_2-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W09-Penyard-Park-5_9-or-3_2miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W10-Jubilee-walk-north-4_8-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
|W11-Jubilee-Walk-South-5_0-miles.pdf Open Download Copy Link Send|
Send an email with links to the files. Add more files if needed.
Files to be sent:
David Herrod (vice chair of the Parish Council in 2000) produced two Jubilee walks which roughly cover the boundary of the parish. New boundary stones were also installed in several places. The information board, position of new boundary stones and the two walks are shown below.
|Boundary-stones.pdf Open Download Copy Link|
|Jubilee-Walk-North.pdf Open Download Copy Link|
|Jubilee-Walk-South.pdf Open Download Copy Link|
|Jubilee-walks-introduction.pdf Open Download Copy Link|
Everyone has a responsibility to look after footpaths, including walkers. These responsibilities can be found in the documents below which you may find useful.
|Public-Rights-of-Way-Advice-for-Farmers-and-Landowners.pdf Open Download Copy Link|
|Public-rights-of-way-Landowner-responsibilities.pdf Open Download Copy Link|
|Public-rights-of-way-Local-highway-authority-responsibilities.pdf Open Download Copy Link|
|The-Countryside-Code-Natural-England.pdf Open Download Copy Link|
Any feedback on the walks is most welcome and can be given via the Clerk.