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Walk C - Leek Wootton & Hill Wootton
The Anchor Inn public house in Leek Wootton.
A very attractive walk for those who like woodland paths and quiet villages, the only noise coming from the A46 as the bridge is crossed.
A stile free walk starting at the Anchor Inn pub in Leek Wootton village. Going mainly through woodland it passes over what was the London and North Western Railway track. The LNWR having been formed in 1846 although the track was built in 1844 by the London & Birmingham railway company. Upon reaching Hill Wootton village the route continues by road to rejoin the outward route back to the start at the Anchor Inn pub..
Park in the Anchor Inn car park.
Permission has been given by the owner or manager for walkers to leave their vehicles in the car park on the understanding that they will patronise the establishment either before or after the walk.
There are no diversions on this walk.
There are no obstructions on this walk.
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