Hurley Common - Baddesley Ensor - Wood End - Hurley Common

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This walk starts and ends at the Anchor Inn, Hurley Common. Via fields we head to Heanley Farm, then down to an equestrian centre. From here we go through some very large agricultal fields to walk along woodland and parallel to a disused railway. From here we head back via Wood End and Poplar's Farm via a small riding school.

Karen and Alan, the proprietors of the Anchor Inn, have stated, 'We have no objection to you using our car park, providing you pop in for a well-deserved pint after your walk! We do chain the gate at night for security reasons but if we know you are coming and what time, then the gate would be open'. Tel: 01827-872255. Should the car park be inaccessible, street parking shouldn't be difficult.

England - Central England - Warwickshire - Countryside

6/4/2020 - Anthony Carroll

Joined part of this walk Jan 2020, between point 7 & 8 to point 10. We came from the North under the 'disused railway bridge.' In fact this is a very impressive structure, apparently popular with climbers! Well worth a few yards detour to see. Don't recall any barb wire problems around point 8, but to that point kept around the railway/field edge rather than crossing the field.

5/27/2013 - graham whitehurst

27/5/13 Graham Whitehurst This was a very pleasant walk done in glorious sunshine and the instructions were excellent although did encounter a few of problems. When we got to point 3 we found the way marker being used to prop up a greenhouse, at point 4 we found that the land owner had placed wooden and electrical fences across the path , at point 8 the wooden gate had been completely grown over by the hedge making it impossible to pass through. After a short detour managed to get back on path and finally at point12, look out for the local residents throwing garden waste over the hedge into the footpath.

4/6/2012 - Don Townsend

A very pleasant walk, but parking is difficult at the Anchor Inn. It is now a restaurant & the car park was chained off. We started the walk at point 5 where parking was available.

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