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Walk I - Hatton & Budbrooke


Starting point:

The Hatton Arms public house in Hatton.

The walk and Places of interest:

An attractive walk through farmland passing a railway line and canal.

Starting from The Hatton Arms pub and going down to the Grand Union Canal one has the view of the Hatton Flight. To the right  snacks are available at the Hatton Locks Cafe.   Ahead the path leads to a footbridge over the Birmingham to Marylebone railway line then over fields and a quiet road to the parish church, Saint Michael's in Budbrooke village.

On the return the houses of Hatton Park can be seen. This development was built on the site of the old Central Hospital, some of the old buildings having been retained.

The walk passes through a small woodland before the start point, the The Hatton Arms pub, is reached.


Park in The Hatton Arms 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.

An alternative start point is the Hatton Locks car park (small charge) signposted on the A4177 near the pub at Hatton.


There  are no diversions on this walk.


There  are no obstructions on this walk.


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