OUR WALK today is a circular route from the old railway station car park that takes about 30 minutes. It takes in country trails as well as through the town of Hedon. We’ve called it the Hedon Amble to distinguish it from other walks in this series.
Note: It can be harder going and difficult in muddy conditions along the rail track and the trail along the drain side – perhaps we should categorise such walks as ‘welly walks’?
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2. Cross the field towards its left-hand corner and you will see that you cross a bridge over the drain https://w3w.co/polishing.square.continues. Turn right along the drain side trail. Follow the trail until on your left you reach the narrow footbridge over the drain https://w3w.co/recorder.gamer.perfectly.
Cross the footbridge. You can continue from here through the gate in front of you to cross the horse field, or cut through the trees directly to your right into the cemetery and continue to its entrance.
4. Turn left and walk along the pavement, cross the road and turn right onto the footpath alongside the school https://w3w.co/seaside.lazy.dictation.
Based on walks sent in by Pam Wakelam and Carol Osgerby and used by the Preston Walkers.
Coronavirus Note: You should currently minimise time spent outside your home, but you can leave your home to do an exercise walk. This should be limited to once per day, and you should not travel outside your local area. You can exercise in a public outdoor place, by yourself, with the people you live with, with your support bubble (if you are legally permitted to form one) or, when on your own, with 1 person from another household. Whilst walking you should maintain social distancing.