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Walk 15

Walk 15: Axmansford (Original walk information from 1977)

Approximate time: 50 mins

Start map reference:

From the War Memorial take the Brimpton Road as far as Bridleway No. 5.  Turn left (signpost) to Inhurst Lane.

Turn right; in 50 m. turn left into Footpath No. 9 (signpost) at Hillberry.  Bear right of shed, parallel to fence on right, over stile, with pond on right, go through wicket gate and straight ahead through pine copse to corner of meadow.

Bear left over stream by means of footbridge and into woodland track. Where footpaths cross - Nos. 7 and 8 - go straight ahead, eventually reaching corner of meadow.

Keep straight, with hedge on right and meadow on left, over stile to Bridleway No. 6.  Bear left between the two cottages to Axmansford.

Turn left, passing Inhurst Farm and New Inn, to the War Memorial.

Please help with updating the information on this walk.  This walk needs to be updated from the original 1977 version and if you follow this walk and notice a nice detail (an "instance of delight”) please send in images that we may use and a description of the item and where it is located.  Or if a walk reminds you of a personal anecdote, please sent it in to us.  The email address to use is in the below QR Code.  Just point your device camera at it and an email will automatically be addressed and prepared for you.  We will regularly update this walk with contributions from the community.