Walks around Romsley
To find details of walks in our Parish please use the link to the Worcestershire County Council – Countryside Mapping Site
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.
Well, we struck lucky with the weather today didn’t we, dry and just a nice temperature. Nineteen of us were able to make this year’s annual “out of parish walk” which was around the Lickeys and surrounding countryside. I hope those who came found the look at the WW1 gun butts of interest, as well […]
Hello All Thanks again to those of you who could make today’s walk. Those of you who couldn’t, well, you missed a treat as the wild garlic was at its best. The weather wasn’t quite what we’ve become accustomed to on parish walks though – we had a few drops of rain near the end! […]
Many thanks to all those who were able to make today’s walk, it was good to see such a good turnout (20). In particular, thanks for your forbearance in listening to me rattling on about Rights of Way, I hope you found it at least a little bit interesting. Rest assured that “normal service will […]
Just a reminder that next Saturday 29th April, starting at 10am, there will be a talk and walk on Public Rights of Way starting at the Swallows Nest. In the talk part I hope to shed some light on the confusing subject of Public Rights of Way and some of the problems they create. At […]
Hello all. Well didn’t we pick a good day for a walk?! I don’t think it could have been much better, except a less hazy view from the top of the hills perhaps. No mud either. Thanks to those who could make the walk for your good company, Nina and I look forward to seeing […]
We are aware of issues in our parish where path users are not keeping to the paths and are straying across private land and farmland. This is particularly a problem where fields appear to be just grass and considered by many not be a crop, when in fact they are used for livestock and to […]