Saturday, 22 December 2018
Start time: 13:30
(Estimated finish time: 16:00)
Moderate 6 miles / 9.7 km
The parish of Little Amwell was formed out of Hertford and Great Amwell in 1864. The original parish, which no longer exists, consisted of a promontory which jutted out into the countryside north on the high slopes above the River Lea.
This is a relatively short yet very varied walk through countryside and urban areas. We will be walking in fields, along footpaths and pavements, and through woodland, to join up paths which encircle the former parish.
Dogs are welcome at their owners' discretion and must be kept on leads in urban areas. There will be mince pies offered en route, and the walk will be followed by the opportunity for a pre-Christmas drink in The Goat public house.
Starting point of the walk: meet on the village green at Little Amwell (now more generally known as part of Hertford Heath), SG13 7RT. Please park considerately nearby around the village.
Please note: we may require you to produce your Ramblers membership card at the start of this walk. Prospective new members are welcome to join us for up to three walks before joining.
Grid reference: TL349116
Nearest postcode: SG13 7RT
Start time: 13:30
This is a circular walk
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