The ramble can be done as one or divided into two or three sections. The loop from the March Hare pub at Broughton Hackett to White Ladies Aston was made accessible by changing gates, widening paths and adding a new bridge. It was done to provide a circular walk off the Millenium Way by members of the 41 Club (a club for ex-members of the Round Table: https://41club.org/ Many thanks to them!
The church at White Ladies Aston makes a pleasant place for a break.
The middle loop uses some country lanes so please take extra care of vehicles.
The route around Aston Hall Farm is by permissive access. You might wish to contact the farmer for advice. Rob Adams 01905 345223
There is a small parking space near to the entrance of the farm.
Safety informationThere might be cattle and sheep present anywhere but particularly at Aston Hall farm. If you have a dog or are otherwise concerned, please contact the farmer, Rob Adams for advice. 02905 345223
Tips and hints
The March Hare offers a range of food and refreshments.
There is a cafe and Caravan & Motorhome Club site at Walsgrove Farm on the A44 Worcester to Pershore road: https://www.caravanclub.co.uk/certificated-locations/england/worcestershire/pershore/walsgrove-farm/
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EquipmentA heavy-duty mobility scooter such as the Tramper is needed, particularly if the ground is soft.