Thanks With grateful thanks to all of the following organisations: Barnbygate Strollers Canal and River Trust Collingham Ramblers Farndon Archaeological Research & Investigations Gainsborough Health Walks Groundwork Creswell, Ashfield to Mansfield Lincolnshire Country Council Rights of Way Lincolnshire Ramblers Newark Air Museum Newark Civic Trust Newark Ramblers Newark and Sherwood District Council Nottinghamshire County Council Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire Ramblers Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust Smiley Milers Walking Group Step2it Dukeries Walkers The RSPB Contact Details: Hester Kapur c/o Canal and River Trust The Kiln Mather Road Newark Nottinghamshire. NG24 1FB Tel: (01636) 675722 Mob: 0798 0203835 Trent Vale Walking Festival 10 days of great walking In a unique and distinct landscape Saturday 8th to Monday 17th September 2012 Walkers Information A leader will be at the start of every walk, whatever the weather. We have asked all walk leaders to collect attendance sheets please help our leaders by filling this in as we need to tell The Lottery how many people walked and how many miles. All walk times are approximate. Walks will start promptly at the time stated. Bring suitable clothing for the weather, including footwear for muddy paths and rough terrain. All the leaders who are taking part in the walking festival are regular walkers. They have volunteered their time to help us out with this festival and help you to enjoy the day. Please make their life as easy as possible by staying behind them, listening to instructions and keeping to the route. Bring sandwiches and water with you. Children are welcome, but under 17s must be accompanied by an adult Vehicles parked in all car parks are at the owners risk. Whilst we make all our walks as safe and as enjoyable as possible, any event attended is done so at your own
risk. In the event of unforeseen circumstances, the Walking festival partners reserve the right to change or cancel a walk without prior notice. Responsible dog owners are welcome however please check with the walk leader that the route would be suitable. Key To Walks: 1 Green = Easy 2 Red = Moderate 35 RSPB Beckingham Marshes Distance 2 miles Date Sun 16th Sep Start Time 2.00 pm Walk Time 1 hr 30 mins Guided walk of RSPB reserve at Beckingham Marshes. Booking essential 25 places only. Leader Paul Bennett, The RSPB Tel: 01636 893611 [email protected] Starting Point Willow Works, Beckingham, DN19 4PY 36 Dip in the Dungeon Distance 0.5 mile, 17ft ladders Date Sun 16th Sep Start Time 4.00 pm Walk Time 40 mins Tour of Newark castle Dungeons. Talk about Law and Order between 1066-1700. Booking essential. Leader Rene Mouraille, Ranger Tel: 07971 486324 Starting Point Bronze model in Newark Castle Grounds, NG24 1BG 37 Besthorpe Walk Distance 3 miles Date Mon 17th Sep Start Time 10.00 am Walk Time 3 hours Leader Guided walk around the new developments at NWT Besthorpe Nature Reserve. Chris Kennedy, NWT [email protected] Starting Point
Lord Nelson Pub, Besthorpe, NG23 7HR 33 Newark Air Museum Aviation Amble Distance 1 mile Date Sat 15th Sep Start Time 11.00 am Walk Time 1 hour Guided walk by Howard Heeley featuring the history of Winthorpe Airfield. Discounted entrance to museum will also be offered. Leader Howard Heeley, Air Museum Volunteer Tel: 01636 707170 [email protected] Starting Point Newark Air Museum Car park, NG24 2NY Title Tales from the River Trent Date Sat 15th Sep Start Time 2.00pm Duration 1 hr and 30 mins Leader Sophia and Ross are walking the length of the River Trent telling stories and collecting yours. All ages welcome. Sophia Collins Tel: 0797 0773791 [email protected] Starting Point Meet at Newark Castle Grounds, NG24 1BG 34 Newark Castle Secrets Distance 0.5 miles (&77 steps) Date Sat 15th Sep Start Time 3.00 pm Walk Time 1 hour Leader Guided internal and external tour of Newark Castle, geology, topography, archaeology and architecture. Rene Mouraille, Ranger Tel: 07971 486324 Starting Point Bronze model in Newark Castle Grounds, NG24 1BG Welcome to the Trent Vale Walking Festival. This is the first one (that we know of) to span 3 districts, 2 counties and a river. We are very excited to be able to offer you over 30 individual
walks throughout the Trent Vale area. They range from Health walks to Heritage walks to Wildlife Walks to Riverside Walks. This is a great opportunity to see Trent Vale at its best in Autumn, find out more about our fascinating history, learn to ID birds and fungi, make new friends and get a breath of fresh air. Where is Trent Vale? The Trent Vale area follows the course of the River Trent from Farndon near Newark in the south to East and West Stockwith (north of Gainsborough) in the north. The area covers 388 square kilometres in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. The Trent Vale Landscape Partnership secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Funds Landscape Partnership programme to conserve, enhance and celebrate the cultural identity of the Trent Vale between Farndon and West Stockwith. The focus is on habitats, heritage and communities that make the Trent Vale area so distinctive. Lottery funding is matched by funding and in-kind support coming from partners, volunteers and community groups. Distance 2 miles Date Sat 8th Sep Start Time 9.30am Walk Time 3 hours Guided bird walk around Cottam Nature Reserve (restricted access site), booking essential as limited to 15 places. This RSPB walk is through the new landscape created from the sand and gravel extractions. Perfect for nature to flourish. Leader Carl Cornish, The RSPB Tel: 07850 722835 [email protected] Starting Point Car Park, Co-op, High St, Collingham, NG23 7LB South Clifton Walk around South Clifton and Girton. Chris Adams, Collingham Ramblers Tel: 01636 673290 [email protected] Starting Point Red Lion Pub, South Clifton, NG23 7AD Littleborough Heritage Walk Distance 8.5 miles Date Sat 15th Sep Start Time 10.00am Walk Time 4 hr 30 mins Leader The Gate House, Cottam Power Station, GN22 0TF
Distance 6 miles Distance 6 miles Date Sat 8th Sep Start Time 10.00am Walk Time 3 hours Leader Distance 6.25 miles Date Sat 15th Sep Start Time 09.30 am Walk Time 2 hr 30 mins 32 Dr Derek Scott Tel: 01427 728012 [email protected] Starting Point 2 Wildlife Walk Langford Cottam Nature Reserve Bird Walk 1 Leader 31 Lowfields Heritage walk of the Roman hamlet of Littleborough. Alex Staniforth, Nottinghamshire Ramblers Tel: 0115 9522840 [email protected] Starting Point St Peter & St Paul Church, Sturton le Steeple, DN22 9HQ 28 Dunham Laneham Circular Distance 6 miles Date Fri 14th Sep Start Time 10.30 am Walk Time 2 hours Circular walk along the Trent taking in Dunham and Laneham. Leader Jackie Brown, WLDC Tel: 01427 675138 or 07778 622925 [email protected] Starting Point Dunham Bridge slip road, Lincolnshire Side 29 Martons Mysteries Distance 2.5 miles Date Fri 14th Sep Start Time 10.00 am
Walk Time 2 hours Sarah Grundy Historic Environment Officer for LCC will lead a tour of Marton and the Archaeology excavations. Leader Debbie Braund, LCC Tel: 01522 553109 [email protected] Starting Point St Margaret Church, Marton, DN21 4AN Castle Curiosities 30 Distance 0.5 miles Date Fri 14th Sep Start Time 2.00 pm Walk Time 40 mins Leader Guided walk of Newark Castle grounds with Rene Mouraille who will give a detailed history tour of the castle grounds. Rene Mouraille, Ranger Tel: 07971 486324 Starting Point Bronze model in Newark Castle Grounds, NG24 1BG 3 Newark Curiosities Walk Distance 2 miles Distance 2 miles Date Sat 8th Sep Start Time 2.00pm Walk Time 1 hr 30 mins Leader George Wilkinson Tel: 01636 671413 Starting Point 4 Bronze model in Newark Castle Grounds, NG24 1BG Collingham to Newark Railway Distance 8 miles Date Sat 8th Sep Start Time 11.15am Walk Time 4 hours Leader Collingham Train Station, Collingham, NG23 7RB West Stockwith Heritage & Health Distance 3.2 miles Date Sat 8th Sep Start Time
1.30pm Walk Time 1 hr 30 mins Leader Delightful linear walk along the Trent Valley Way through Collingham, Holme and Winthorpe. Return by train. Stuart Parker Tel: 01522 534655 Starting Point 5 Walk Short walk around Newark town centre takes in some of the many curiosities by Newark Civic Trust. Booking essential as places are limited. Moderate walk around the West Stockwith heritage trail with local history expert giving a lively interpretation. Jackie Brown Tel: 01427 675138 or 0777 8622925 [email protected] Starting Point Water Front Inn, West Stockwith, DN10 4ET Newark Buggy Push 26 Distance 3 miles Date Thur 13th Sep Start Time 10.00 am Walk Time 1 hr 30 mins Leader Peter Dixon, Park Ranger Tel: 07971 486301 Starting Point 27 6 Caf, Sconce and Devon Park, Newark, NG24 4QN Morton and Walkerith Dunham Water Distance 7 miles Date Sun 9th Sep Start Time 10.30am Walk Time 3 hrs 30 mins Circular walk along the Trent, inc 20 min Bird ID talk at Dunham Ponds by NWT (bring binoculars). Tea and cake at Manor Cottage after walk. Leader Anne Burns, Collingham Ramblers Tel: 01636 702801 or 0787 2451856 Starting Point
Manor Cottage, Fledborough, NG22 0UU 7 Newark Curiosities Distance 2 miles Date Sun 9th Sep Start Time 11.00 am Walk Time 2 hours Leader Circular buggy walk around Sconce and Devon Park. This short walk around the town centre takes in some of the many curiosities in Newark. Booking essential as places limited. Mick Gill, Newark Civic Trust Tel: 01636 672868 Starting Point Bronze model in Newark Castle Grounds, NG24 1BG Distance 4 miles Date Thur 13th Sep Start Time 10.30am Walk Time 1 hr 30 mins Leader Moderate circular riverside walk around Walkerith. Jackie Brown Tel: 01427 675138 or 07778 622925 [email protected] Starting Point Morton Village Hall, Walkerith Road, DN21 3AL 23 Farndon Past Times Trail Distance 2 miles Date Wed 12th Sep Start Time 2.00 pm Walk Time 1 hr 30 mins Heritage Trail of Farndon, Barry Wheatcroft of FARI will accompany and give an indepth talk on the history of the area. Leader Anne Coyne Tel: 01636 611640 [email protected] Starting Point Riverside Pub and Kitchen, Farndon, NG24 3SX 24 South Leverton and Treswell Tour Distance 4 miles Date Thur 13th Sep Start Time 10.30 am Walk Time
2 hours Healthy circular walk through South Leverton and Tresswell. Leader Julian Hill, Step2it Tel: 01909 481772 [email protected] Starting Point South Leverton Village Hall 25 Leader Laughterton Distance 4 miles Date Sun 9th Sep Start Time 10.15am Walk Time 2 hours Jackie Brown Tel: 01427 675138 or 07778 622925 [email protected] Starting Point Friendship Inn Pub, Laughterton, LN1 2JZ 9 Newark Heritage Walk Distance 2 miles Date Sun 9th Sep Start Time 2.00 pm Walk Time 2 hours Barrington Randle Tel: 01636 671677 [email protected] Starting Point Collingham Medical Centre, NG23 7LB (at 10.30am) This short walk around the town centre takes in some of the many curiosities in Newark by Newark Civic Trust. Mick Gill, Newark Civic Trust Tel: 01636 672868 Starting Point Circular walk around the rivers and lakes of Collingham. No 67 Wrights bus from Newark Bus Station @ 10.03. Return bus No 25 @ 12.35 or 13.35. Moderate circular walk from Laughterton to Fenton. Leader Leader Collingham Lakes Distance 5.5 miles Date Thur 13th Sep Start Time 9.45 am Walk Time 2 hrs 45 mins
8 Bronze model in Newark Castle Grounds, NG24 1BG 10 Kelham Climb Distance 6 miles Date Mon 10th Sep Start Time 9.40am Walk Time 2 hrs 30 mins Meet at Newark Bus Station at 9.40 to catch the 9.50 No 29 bus for Southwell. Alight at Kelham Fox Pub Moderate circular walk around Kelham Hills. Return Bus No 10 @ 12.24 or 12.55 Leader Barrington Randle Tel: 01636 671677 [email protected] Starting Point The Fox Pub car park, Kelham, NG23 5QP 11 Fungal Foray Distance 1 miles Date Mon 10th Sep Start Time 10.00am Walk Time 2 hours Leader A short walk around Cromwell identifying various fungi. Simon Gent, Canal and River Trust Tel: 01636 675716 [email protected] Starting Point Cromwell Lock, NG23 6HX 19 Lost village of West Burton Distance 2 miles Date Tue 11th Sep Start Time 2.00 pm Walk Time 1 hour Leader Circular walk around the lost village of West Burton next to West Burton power station. Access normally restricted. Maddy Holroyd Groundwork Creswell Tel: 07720 553734 Starting Point Car Park, West Burton Power Station, DN22 9BL
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