Walking Information

2 mile Circular Walk
centred on Radwell
North Bedfordshire
More on Radwell

The walk starts at the Swan Inn. Parking at the Swan is for patrons only, alternative parking is in Moor End Road.  Please take care not to block access to drives. Click here for more info on
Radwell Village.

Radwell Map
The circular walk starts at the Swan Inn.
Follow the blue dots in an anti-clockwise direction.

The Swan Inn - Radwell. Currently closed (Sept 2008)
Leave the Swan Inn and walk via Radwell Green to Moor End Road. Moor End Road is a mixture of modern dwellings and the more traditional houses and cottages.
Walk for about a mile to the top of Moor End Road.

Cottages on The Green.
The original five or possibly six thatched cottages
have been converted into three cottages.

A previously thatched cottage extended to the rear. Evidence of the lath and plaster construction is still visible inside.

Former Farmhouse

Moor End Road

At the top of Moor End Road take the left fork into an unmade lane, after approx. 50 yards, cross over a private road and continue up the lane until it ends at a gate. Climb over the style on your left and follow the hedge on your right.
After approx. 100 yards the hedge stops, at this point turn right, and continue to follow the hedge. At the bottom of the field climb the style and head straight across the field, climb the next style and head for the corner of this field passing Parson's Barn on your right.
Climb the style and turn left into the lane, walk past Brook farm on your right, and head towards Felmersham. After 300 yards turn left at the barn and follow the marked bridleway, up past the spinney, to the private road at the top.
Turn right onto the private road, which at this point is also a bridleway, and continue along the private road/bridleway until you reach the Radwell/Felmersham road.
At the road turn left and continue walking until you reach the Swan.

To commemorate the Festival of Britain in 1951, Bedfordshire County Council erected village signs in every village and small town in Bedfordshire.
Header Picture: Radwell's recently refurbished Festival sign.

Parsons Barn - Built circa 1765 as part of the Enclosure settlement

Part of the walk is along the Ouse Valley Way

Bridleway known as Baker's Lane

Brook Farm viewed from Baker's Lane.  On the horizon (left) the spire of Sharnbrook church

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