Misterton - West Stockwith Circular

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This is a very interesting figure-of-eight walk taking you along three different waterways, starting with the River Idle, then the River Trent and finally along the Chesterfield Canal. This is an easy walk with lots of opportunity to take detours into West Stockwith or the Stockwith Basin canal-boat area. The old River Idle pump house is a Grade Two listed building originally built in 1828. The machinery has been removed from the pump house buildings, which are now private residences. Misterton is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and its name means farmstead or estate with church. Watch out for the local history information boards posted along the route giving details of times past. Refreshments can be found at West Stockwith, The White Hart at Waymark 9 or The Waterfront Inn at Waymark 12.

England - Central England - Nottinghamshire - Trent Valley


Ancient Monument, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Good for Kids, Great Views, Industrial Archaeology, Mostly Flat, Pub, River, Tea Shop

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