Wednesday 22 September - 2 walks

Breaston Macmillan Walk


Length & Grading: 4.5 miles, easy.


A circular walk along part of the Coffin Walk to Draycott. This will include a visit to Lime Grove, for coffee/tea and homemade cakes for The World’s Largest Coffee Morning in support of Macmillan Charity - donations welcome. Return through fields and canal path. (1-5 stiles). Free parking on Stevens Lane and surrounding streets. To book your place on this walk telephone 01332 873849.


Starting Point: Breaston Parish Council Rooms, Blind Lane, Breaston DE72 3DW. Grid Ref: SK 461 336.


Start Time: 10:30am. Finish: 1.30pm.


Booking: To book your place on this walk telephone 01332 873849.


Free Parking
Accessible by bus
Toilet en route
Children Welcome
Dogs Allowed

In the Footsteps of the Pentrich Rebels of 1817 (Ripley)


Length & Grading: 4 miles, easy/moderate.


This walk follows in the footsteps of the rebels in 1817, passing places where the Rising was planned and where rebels visited on the march to Nottingham. This is mainly an urban walk on pavements and several paths (two hills and two sections of unpaved track). The walk includes a long hill down to Butterley and back to Ripley. (No stiles).


Starting Point: Outside Town Hall Entrance, Ripley Market Place, DE5 3BT. Grid Ref: SK 399 505.


Start Time: 10:30am Finish: 1pm.


Booking: View the book onto a walk page.


Parking Fee
Accessible by bus
Pushchair Access
Dogs Allowed
Toilet en route
Children Welcome