Charity Walk – Tiverton, Bunbury, Peckforton, Beeston


25 July 2021

No dogs allowed


Do not walk if you are feeling unwell. Carry your own hand sanitiser. In case of an emergency ensure you have with you a face mask and first aid pack.
Inevitably, the route will go through gates and over stiles that other people will have touched. It may have narrow sections that mean you will be passing close to other people.

This walk starts and ends in Tiverton at junction of Huxley Lane and A49. We walk through the fields, to Tilson Lock, crossing the canal and up to Bunbury from where we take footpaths to Peckforton, through the woods to Stanner Nab and down to Pennsylvania Wood.

From there we join the Sandstone Trail to Beeston castle and follow paths to Wharton’s lock and then along the canal back to Tiverton.

There will be an extended coffee stop but no lunch on this walk – please bring whatever you need to keep you going until the Picnic.

Sorry no dogs as the route passes through fields containing livestock.

Meeting Time:
Meeting Place:
At walk start point
Walk Starts:
Walk Finishes:
Duration (incl stops):
Highest Point:
Stanner Nab 160m
Lanes, tracks and fields. Firm when dry, sticky and muddy if wet. Not particularly overgrown but you will brush vegetation at times. A few stiles
OS Explorer 267 Northwich & Delamere Forest and OS 257 Crewe & Nantwich
Starting Point:
Layby on the A49 junction with Huxley Lane. Grid ref: SJ 554 603 Nearest postcode CW6 9NB


Let the walk leader know of any relevant medical conditions

Refer to the Handbook for walk related information and specifically for recommended walking equipment and safety information

Remember you are responsible for being properly equipped

Ensure you have the walk leader’s phone number in case of an emergency

If you become detached from the group STOP, call out; try contacting group by phone or text. If no contact return to the last place you were with the group. Wait 30 mins repeatedly trying to make contact. After 30 mins seek help and/or make your own way safely.

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The Google map below is the location of the walk start point.