Nearby: Stafford (Borough)

Category Stafford
Overview

'Eccleshall has a very extensive Parish, the second largest in the County, comprising some 20,000 acres. There are 134 public rights of way in the Parish listed by the County Council and set down in the DEFINITIVE MAP. Considerable work has been undertaken by the Parish with the agreement of Landowners, farmers and Staffordshire County Council to improve the network of Rights of Way. Stiles have been installed, finger pointer posts, waymarking and bridges built ...'

Category Stafford
Type of Walk
Type of Website
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Member of the Ramblers - Staffordshire Area Grouping

Category Stafford
Overview

'Short walks exploring the hidden parts of Perton. Based on the 40/45-minute walks offered twice a month by Perton Walk and Talk. Each walk can be completed in less than one hour.'

Category Stafford
Type of Walk
Type of Website
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Member of the Ramblers - Staffordshire Area Grouping

Category Stafford
Type of Walk
Overview

'The three Hanchurch Hills circular walks offer a variety of scenary, from rolling pastures and arable fields to commercial conifer plantations. On higher ground excellent views across to the Potteries, Cannock Chase, Shropshire and Wales add to the interest.'

Category Stafford
Distance (miles)104
Overview

'Linking Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in Staffordshire, with the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in Gloucestershire, with much mileage in rural Warwickshire.'

Category Stafford
Type of Walk
Overview

'Doorstep Walks help the "walker" to explore all sorts of interesting features in their neighbourhood. The Doorstep Walk aims to encourage walking and the pursuit of healthier lifestyles. Doorstep Walks make use of the Public Rights of Way network. But beware, a few sections of the walk can become muddy and wet at certain times of the year. Boots and wellies are recommended! Each Doorstep Walk has a specially designed leaflet to guide you. The leaflets were designed by local school children and volunteers who helped identify the route and points of interest.'

Description from

Stafford Borough Council

Category Stafford
Distance (miles)46
Type of Walk
Overview

'This fascinating and very pretty canal was orginally constructed in 1772 by James Brindley to link the docks at Bristol and the towns of Gloucester and Worcester with the Potteries region in Stoke on Trent and the Birmingham conurbation, via the Trent and Mersey Canal to which it links at Great Hayward junction ... '

Description from

Canal Guide

See also

Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal [Canal & River Trust]

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