Walks and Footpaths in and around Sible Hedingham
Guided walks leave from the car park at the rear of the Co-op, Swan Street, Sible Hedingham at 10.00am every Tuesday. All are very welcome to join in. The walks are free of charge, last approximately half an hour, and are led by an experienced leader. They offer a chance to relax, unwind and meet new people while getting healthier.
Sible Hedingham has many miles of public rights of way consisting of footpaths, bridleways and byways. You can explore this network of paths at any time. You can access maps of the area via the www.walk4life.info website. Just enter Sible Hedingham in the Search box. The routes of our own Pauline Stevens’, Hawkwood and Hedingham Mills Walks are also available on the Walk4life website.
The Parish Council has a Footpaths and Public Rights of Way Advisory Group, consisting of both councillors and co-opted members of the public, which helps to manage and improve our rights of way.
Visitors can now use the new bridge beside the mill to enjoy a pleasant stroll along this path,
which has access for wheelchairs and pushchairs. The path extends along the back of Summerfields to the
boundary with the new Earls Garden development and can be accessed at two points from Summerfields.
Later the path will be extended to exit at the river bridge in Station Road.
Hedingham Mills Walk
The start of this walk is opposite the mill and follows a route near the river to HULLS MILL,
the next mill on the river Colne, and beyond.