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14th October 2020

Autumn is now well and truly upon us and, as we change our walking routes with the seasons, this week we have been thinking about opportunities to explore our wonderful county without carrying lots of mud around on your footwear.

Visit the ‘Northamptonshire Town & Villages Walks’ tab on the county’s walking website Here you’ll find 22 walks on hard surfaces, lots of town history and fun facts. You might think you know a village.. but have a read and go explore. Did you know Rushden has its own ‘Blue Plaque’ Walk?

Walk 96 is a great 3.5 mile stroll, taking roughly one hour, and includes the stunning hamlet of Brockhall, the abandoned village of Muscott, the canal and a chance for a tea room stop. All of that in one hour.

Did you know that in World War II Brockhall Hall was used by the American Office of Strategic Studies, an early predecessor of the CIA? 

It’s a fabulous, leisurely stroll, so just click on the following link to get the full details:


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