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Join our friendly walks in Peterborough and surrounding areas.

The approximate distance for each walk is listed alongside contact details for the walk leader. We walk as a group every other Sunday and walks normally range between 5 and 12 miles. If you need a lift to the walk, contact the leader, who may be able to help.

You should bring sufficient food and drink, bearing in mind that the longest walks can take up to 5 - 6 hours. The walk description may include pub or tea shop stops, but these can change at the last minute, so shouldn't be relied upon.

For the latest information on changes to walks, email

Please wear suitable footwear, trainers may be unsuitable in wet and muddy conditions.  Walks are very rarely cancelled, the weather would need to be extreme. Again, just check with the walk leader. 

Map numbers refer to Ordnance Survey 1:25000 Explorer series.

Sunday 6th January 2019 – Barnwell, Northamptonshire
Meet at the Village Hall car park in Barnwell (off the A605 between Oundle and Thrapston), map/grid ref: 227/TL051848 at 10:30. The car park can be found behind the pub, The Montague Arms. This is an ideal walk for people new to walking and loops out via Armston and Polebrook before returning to The Montague Arms for those that wish to join us for a drink.
10km (6 miles). For more information contact the walk leaders Stephen and Sarah on 01733 247275 or 07941 006176.

Sunday 20th January 2019 - Barrowden, Rutland
Meet outside the Exeter Arms Pub in Barrowden (off the A47 near Morcott), map/grid ref. 234/SK946001 at 10:30. Walking toward Wakerley and Laxton and returning via Harringworth. A possible pub stop at Harringworth and/or Barrowden.
14km (9 miles) For more information contact the walk leader Linda on 0775 1629794.

Sunday 3rd Febuary 2019 – Ketton to Barrowden circular
Meet at The Railway, Church Road (Station Road), Ketton, PE9 3TD, map/grid ref: 234/SK983043 at 10:30. The walk takes us out to Tixover, then Barrowden, stopping for lunch and visiting The Exeter Arms, to the South Luffenham Heath and back to Ketton.
15km (9½ miles) For more information contact the walk leaders Ian and Julie on 07974 601694.

Sunday 17th February 2019 - Marholm, Cambridgeshire
Meet outside the village hall on Castor road in Marholm, map/grid ref: 227/TF148021 at 10:30. Parking is on the road near to the village hall. A circular walk from Marholm village to Castor Hanglands nature reserve, easy going with no hills but might be muddy in places. Possibility of lunch in the Fitzwilliam Arms.
13km (8 miles) For more information contact the walk leader Mike S on 07828 540840.

Sunday 12th May 2019 – Huntingdonshire District Village Walk
Meet in front of the Elephant and Castle Pub in Woodwalton (off the A1 at Sawtry), map/grid ref: 227/TL215809 at 10:30. Park sensibly in the adjacent streets. This triangular walk will head north passing St Andrews Church, a 'motte and bailey' castle before turning east past Moat and Brightly Farms, through Upwood Meadows Nature reserve, with views across the Fens. Passing through Upwood then turning south onto higher ground, through Great Raveley, crossing undulating farmland back to Woodwalton.
15km (9 miles) For more information contact the walk leaders Susan and Nigel on 07702 405956.

Sunday 26th May 2019 - Castle Bytham
Walking via Pickworth and a pub stop at Clipsham. Details to follow
8 to 10 miles For more information contact the walk leaders Dean and Janet.


Looking further ahead:


*** Easter 2019 ***
Isle Of Man 19th - 22nd April
Planning now - let Stephen know
if you are interested.

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