Bosworth-Walks

Walks Available (please make sure you use the correct walk number on your booking form – thank you)

Walks are available on Saturdays and Wednesdays between 1st May 2019 and the 30th September 2019 (or by arrangement) Walks commence at 10:00, 14:00 or 18:30 (evening walks are from April to September)

 

Walk Number 1 £4.00 per person (children free)

Our most popular walk, now in its fifteenth year!

Come and enjoy being guided around the Medieval Settlement of Market Bosworth. Learn of the development of the town, it occupants from the Bronze Age, though the Roman Occupation, The Saxon Years right up to the 20th Century. Find out about the architecture and its stories. The secret of The Dower House, the Elegance of Bosworth Hall and the chilling, macabre story of Dr Robert Pull. Level ground about 1 mile

 

Walk Number 2 £4.00 per person (children Free

A new walk for this season. Take a gentle stroll across the Deer Park part of the Dixie Dynasty. Enjoy the scenery of Beau Pool, (exclusive access to a listed monument – awaiting landowner consent) ending at the beautiful Wood House Keepers Cottage. Our guides will point out items of interest along the way and you will be able to record the names of birds and animals along the way. Some uneven ground about 1 mile.

 

Walk Number 3 £4.00 per person (children free)

Another new walk which an extension is to walk number 2. Carrying on past the Keeper’s Cottage to the village of Sutton Cheney to visit the Medieval Church of St, James which dates back to the C14. Retracing our steps back to our starting point. Some uneven ground one stiles about 2 ½ miles

 

Walk Number 4 £4.00 per person (children free)

Is an alternative to walk 3 After leaving St. James Church we make our way though Sutton Cheney to the Royal Arms Car Park and then back towards the Eastern side of the Country Park. Giving lovely views of Cadeby and the surrounding countryside. Uneven ground 2 stiles  about 3 ½ miles.

 

Walk Number 5 £10.00 per person (children free)

This walk uses the footpaths along Barton Road. The Roman Villa site is not far away, (not accessible) and so is Silk Hill where Neolithic pottery was discovered in 2018. A historic part of Market Bosworth. We walk along countryside across, what was, the Kyngs Golf Course to the Ashby Canal, Marina. Crossing the canal, we travel to Far Coton and then to the edge of Shenton enjoying views of the Battlefield Line from the canal viaduct. From there we continue to the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre. We then cross the road and walk back across fields to Sutton Lane and Market Bosworth. Uneven ground, 4 stiles, and 12 steep steps. 5 miles approx.

 

Bespoke Walks.
We are happy to discuss your requirements with you. For groups of 10 or more we will design a walk to your specification and requirements, wherever possible. We do not trespass upon private land and have the land owner’s agreement where we do pass over private land. There is a space on the booking form to set out individual requirements. We will do all we can to supply your walk. After all, we want you to come and enjoy our beautiful countryside and Market Town. Please use this option if you prefer a walk on any day other than a Saturday or Wednesday or outside the 1st May and the 30th September.

 

Terms & Conditions & General Data Protection Rules

Booking Form Please complete in full and then press “Submit”

Pick walk Number
Walks start at 10:00 or 14:00 or 18:30
Address Line 1
Town/City
County/Country
Postal Code
Number in Party
Number under 18
Please let us know of any disabilities
Refreshments Required
Please specify any special requirements

T&C & GDPR

Prices may change but not once a booking has been accepted.

Market Bosworth Society is insured by Markel Direct – Policy Number CD13909 £5,000,000 Public Liability.

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