Tynemouth circular

Difficulty: Easy Pub stop: Head of Steam Tynemouth Also recommended: The Salty Sea Dog – just up from starting point car park in the Fish Quay Starting point: Low Lights car park, North Sheilds, NE30 1JQ Download the route map here. Tynemouth is a lovely dog friendly stretch on the North East coast, not far from theContinue reading “Tynemouth circular”

Holkham to Burnham Market

Walk distance: 6.5 miles Difficulty: Moderate Pub stop: The Hero- Burnham Overy Staithe Also recommended: The Victoria Inn, Holkham (starting point) The Hoste, Burnham Market (end point) Starting point: top of Lady Anne Drive, Holkham.   For this walk we were staying in Burnham Market so took the bus from the village green, getting off atContinue reading “Holkham to Burnham Market”

Aldeburgh circular town walk

Walk distance: 4.5 miles Difficulty: Easy Pub stop: No pub stop for this walk- try fish and chips on the beach from the famous Aldeburgh Fish and Chip shop. Starting point: Pay and Display car park on Thorpe Road by the beach (IP16 4NR) Download the route map here. Famous for being the home place of BenjaminContinue reading “Aldeburgh circular town walk”

Cotgrave, Grantham Canal and Cotgrave Country Park Circular Walk

Walk distance: 3.2 miles Difficulty: Easy Pub stop: The Rose and Crown, Cotgrave Starting point: Church Lane, Cotgrave (on street parking) Download the route map here. This circular walk starts in Cotgrave village and makes its way along the Grantham Canal and Cotgrave Country Park. Grantham Canal runs for 33 miles and was primarily builtContinue reading “Cotgrave, Grantham Canal and Cotgrave Country Park Circular Walk”

Strelley Village and Cossall circular

Walk distance: 4 miles Difficulty: Easy- all on the flat and really doesn’t feel like 4 miles! Pub stop: The Broad Oak- Strelley Village (just down from start and end point) Starting point: Lay by off Main Street, Strelley Village Download the route map here. Just a few miles from the hustle and bustle ofContinue reading “Strelley Village and Cossall circular”