The Stotty Strolls
Starting and finishing near village pubs, these circular walks along clearly marked paths vary from 3 – 7 miles long; allow between 1½ and 3½ hours for a really enjoyable experience, with exercise and exploration thrown in! Discover clues to help unlock the secret stories of ancient hedgerows, historic churches, coal mining-country, watermills and rivers; see the evidence for climate changes millions of years ago!
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Countryside and Coal Mining
Linking the villages and pubs of
Stottesdon and Chorley
Trees and Hedgerows
Discovering secret clues to
Ducks and Bakehouses
Exploring woodlands, streams and
the old main road to Chorley
Down the hollow, around the Knowle
Discover the secrets of watercourses,
woods and wild deer
The Sidbury "Cyricstig"
Exploring ancient churches, venerable yew trees and old church paths
Over Ridge and up the Rea
Exploring Drove roads,
the poet’s river and 'The Gadget'