Welcome to Wickhambrook

Walk 16 – hit the heights of Hartest

Hartest is one of these ‘ideal’ villages with a church, mansion, pub and cottages all huddled round a green and a brook. This five mile circuit goes from the village centre to Boxted then back offering impressive views over the valley and surrounding countryside. The whole distance will take between 2.5 and 3 hours to complete. At most times of the year surfaces underfoot are reasonable but it is best to choose a wind free day…

Walk 15 – A short circuit of Stansfield

Walk 15 – A short circuit of Stansfield

This 3 mile walk should take about 75 minutes but includes a few hills and as a result several rewarding views. It could be suitable for a summer’s evening finishing at the village pub…

Walk 13 – Moulton

Walk 13 – Moulton

Moulton boasts a four-arched 15th Century Packhorse bridge which spans the River Linnet. Built of flint and stone it is narrow and the parapets are intentionally low to allow goods, such as corn, cloth, poultry, fish, salt and hops, to overhang. The bridge was on a major route between Bury and Cambridge. Pack horse trains could number up to 50 animals and were the main long distance transport in this part of the country up to the 18th century…

Walk 12 – Barrow

This Barrow walk has sweeping views in all directions and a choice of distances between 4.5 miles and 7 miles…

Walk 11 – Clare

Walk 11 – Clare

This 4 mile walk circles the town of Clare taking in the Common, which is the site of the fledgling village some 1000 years ago. The route can be followed on Ordnance Survey Explorer Map 210 Newmarket & Haverhill…

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