Ufford Parish Council

Walks in the Parish

Southy Woods

Bluebells in Lambpits Spinney on the Ufford to Southey
Woods Walk.

UFFORD TO SOUTHEY WOODS

Follow the bridleway on the right just outside the village on Marholm Road. It can be muddy in winter but is dry for most of the year. The wild flowers are spectacular from the bluebells at the end of April until October.

For details and a map of the route and points
of interest see:
Download The Three Villages Walks leaflet from the Parish News Website.

 

Signpost on the Ufford to Barnack Walk.

Signpost on the Ufford to Barnack Walk.

 

 

UFFORD TO BARNACK

Start by walking through the churchyard and across the field to Walcot Road. Turn right, retracing your steps as far as the track on the left. The path starts opposite the gate into the cricket field and continues beside hedges and a small wood. Turn right on to the former railway track and then left. You come out either by the cricket club or the post office.

UFFORD TO BAINTON

Continue out of the village on Bainton Road to Moor`s Corner where you will see a footpath on the left. Follow the hedge and then the path across a field. If you keep going in this direction you will come out in the Bainton conservation area or you can take a right turn on to Torpel Way and then turn left on Bainton Road.

UFFORD TO ASHTON

Continue out of the village on Bainton Road to Moor`s Corner where you will see a footpath on the left. Follow the hedge and then the path across a field. Turn right into Torpel Way and cross Bainton Road and continue over the fields into Ashton.

For details and a map of the route:

Download The Three Villages Walks leaflet from the Parish News Website.

Ufford Drift sign

Ufford Drift sign and bench.

UFFORD TO HELPSTON

Walk down Main
Street as far as the track on the right. This brings you on to Highfield Road. Turn left and then follow the track on theright which leads to King Street. Turn right and almost immediately left on to a path which will take you on to Heath Road.

For details and a map of the route see:
The Poet`s Favourite places Walk leaflet

 

 

CIRCULAR WALKS

There are 7 in the series of John Clare Countryside Walks, all interconnected and based on existing rights of way.

A further collection of local walks can be found at:
Parish News Online  Clare Country Walks