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*Bromyard - Walkers Are Welcome

Includes information on walks around Bromyard, local walks, local walking groups, public transport, and pubs and cafes.

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*Explore Mortimer Country

'Mortimer Country is a walker's paradise whatever your age or ability. Whether you are looking for a strenuous all day hike or a relaxed evening stroll, the excellent and extensive network of way -marked paths will have a walk to suit you.'

*Kington Walking Festival

Usually held Mid September.

*Leominster - Walkers Are Welcome

'Leominster has a wide choice of walks, suitable for all abilities, direct from the town centre. The town is the biggest market town in Herefordshire. In the past its fortune was based on Leominster "ore", the fleece of the Ryland sheep. Now industry is very varied. We also have an accessible trail for those who may have difficulty. Route cards are available at the Tourist Information Centre. Walking guide books and maps are also available from the TIC in the Corn Square ...'

Live & Let Live Bringsty Common Walks

Bringsty Common 'is a wonderful location for some fantastic walks and the pub can be a great starting place ... Remember you can walk anywhere across Bringsty Common, except in people's gardens, so there's no need to keep to any path, if you want to be a free spirit. It's a wonderful place for walking of all kinds – long, short or very short!'

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Offa Hoppa Bus Walks

Six walks around and about the local bus Route 41, operated by Sargeants: 1 - Walton to Kington; 2 - Titley to Kington; 3 - Presteigne to Kington; 4 - Norton to Knighton; 5 - Knucklas to Knighton; 6 - Five Turnings to Knighton.

ALERT These specific Walks no longer seem to be promoted on the (re-engineered) 'Shropshire Walking' Website - but you might be able to download details from the Offa's Dyke Path National Trail or Car Free Walks Websites.

Wigmore Circular Walk
Distance (miles)10

'It is hard to believe, but as you walk through Wigmore you are walking through what was once a major town and centre of power. In the 10th century it was the major civic centre for the region and sometime home of King Edward ... '

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Herefordshire Council

Wyche Way
Distance (miles)80

'Walk connecting The Cotswold Way to The Offa's Dyke long distance trail. The walk starts in Kington in Herefordshire and finishes near Broadway in Worcestershire.'

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