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|Charsfield Short Walk|
|Author: blackcoffee, Published: 05 Jul 2013||Walk rating : Rating:|
|A 4 mile walk around the pretty village of Charsfield which initially climbs to give good views over the village and then travels along quiet country lanes and wide footpaths crossing orchards and arable land. The classic book 'Akenfield: Portrait of an English Village' by Ronald Blythe is based upon the village of Charsfield. The Three Horseshoes public house makes a good refreshment stop after the walk. |
There are no stiles or gates to negotiate and whilst the lanes carry little traffic, care should be taken along these sections. Approximate time 2 hours.
Charsfield is 3 miles west of Wickham Market just off the B1078. Cars can be parked by the church or by the village hall. Approximate post code IP13 7PY.
|Start to Baptist Chapel|
Start point: 52.1618 lat, 1.2942 long
The walk starts at the Saint Peter's Church. Walk down the road and take the first left onto The Street. Go straight ahead passing the village hall and the Three Horseshoes pub. On reaching the Baptist chapel take the road on the left to walk up Chapel Lane.
|Baptist Chapel to Charsfield Hall|
Start point: 52.1588 lat, 1.3006 long
Climb the hill passing the Alan Pedrift Memorial Field on your left (another area for parking).
|Charsfield Hall to Wide track|
Start point: 52.1615 lat, 1.2696 long
Turn left along the road passing on your right Number One Hall Cottages and further on Park Farm.
|Wide track to End|
Start point: 52.158 lat, 1.2839 long
Follow this wide grassy track up the slope between the fields. At a junction of tracks take the surfaced track which bends to the right. You will now see Charsfield Church in the distance. Keep on this track which eventually turns to grass and narrows. Go straight ahead to pass the primary school playground on your right and join the road opposite the church.
Text and images for this walk are Copyright © 2013 by the author blackcoffee and may not be reproduced without permission.
We parked in the Three Horseshoes car park with the permission of the landlord at 11am. The walk was very pleasant and interesting with the village and orchards and there was a nice friendly pub at the end for lunch. PS the pub closes st 2pm.
|By tony1r on 2016-10-15 17:20:39|
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