Walks around Romsley

romsley-penny-fields-walkWalks around Romsley offer great views of the surrounding countryside, whilst the village itself provides a number of amenities for walkers.

To find details of walks in our Parish please use the link to the Worcestershire County Council – Countryside Mapping Site

 
Local paths and signage are maintained by Stuart Smith (Paths Warden). Stuart is very knowledgeable and holds this role on a voluntary basis.
If you have any questions regarding walks in the parish or the signage on any of our pathways please get in touch with Stuart on stuninasmith@yahoo.co.uk

Romsley Penny Fields Circular Walk

Romsley Penny Fields Walk is an easy 2.25 mile circular walk across open pastures, through woodlands and over old stone bridged streams.

The start and finish is behind the Swallows Nest pub
The specially signed walk is an easy 2.25 miles long, with just three stiles and uses field paths and wooded tracks.

Start and finish at the small holding behind The Swallows Nest pub with parking available at The Swallows Nest car park.

More info . . .

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Romsley Walk 14th Nov 2015

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The brave participants of the walk on Nov 14th . In spite of a grim weather forecast, ten of us met up at the Swallows Nest and enjoyed a pleasant couple of hours walking to Clent and back using some lesser used paths.

Contrary to the forecast, the weather was good and the walk was completed in the dry – just!
In spite of some mud the walk was enjoyed by all.

Why not join the New Year Walk?
Same route as the well attended New Year walks held for the last two years.

September Parish Walk a Great Success

September Parish Walk

September Parish Walk

 

Seventeen participants enjoyed the three and three-quarter mile September parish walk on an ideal day for walking with the sun shining and a fresh feel to the air.  Starting from the recreation ground the walk followed the parish field paths onto Romsley Hill and then into neighbouring Clent parish and onto Walton Hill with many good views along the way before returning via quiet lanes and some more of the parishes field paths. There was plenty of friendly chat along the way and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the two hour walk.