The New 2022 Jubilee Walks

The Queens Walk

A short walk within the village for the Jubilee celebrations on 5 June.  It can be done in two halves.  There are 25 points of interest on two loops; 11 on one and 14 on the other.  At each point of interest you will find a letter, which will spell two royal words, one for each loop of the walk.  There will be a (very) small prize for each one correctly solved.

Start:  both walks start at the phonebox

Finish, the Bishop’s pavilion, by 3 pm, in time for the Jubilee tea (and cake)

Distance:  the northern route by Padley Chapel, 2.14 miles 225 ft elevation

Distance:  The Southern Route, by Fair Flora, 145 miles 150 ft elevation

See Full Route here 

THE QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE WALK – GRINDLEFORD

A walk on rights of way, permissive footpaths and lanes, 12miles long, an ascent of 672feet. It can be done in one or split into two sections of around 6 miles each. It is also possible to walk shorter sections by using local bus services 275 & 65. There are opportunities for refreshments on or nearby it, a route full of interest with many stunning views.

The route starts and finishes from the Community Shop at St Helen’s Church and is as follows; Froggatt Wood – Froggatt Bridge – Eyam New Road – Goatscliffe – Adlington Lane – Sir William Hill – Sandy Lane – Leam – Hogg Hall – Leadmill – Harper Lees – Coppice Wood – Padley Chapel – Padley Gorge – Burbage Brook – Longshaw – Jubilee Hill – Haywood.

See Full Route here
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