Bridle Lane, Rabbit Lane Walk

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This route provides a great opportunity for an easy walk surrounded by fields, giving a wonderful sense of open space. The St Edmund’s churchyard and cemetery site is largely neutral grassland (both mown and unmown) with some scrub area. Grassland species found here include sheep’s sorrel, creeping buttercup and common mouse-ear. Common bird’s-foot trefoil, tufted vetch and lady's bedstraw can also be found in the unmown area of grassland.

St Edmund’s Church is seen on your left as you approach Cannon Square from Rabbit Lane, the church having Norman origins.

Bridle Lane, Rabbit Lane Walk

This route provides a great opportunity for an easy walk surrounded by fields, giving a wonderful sense of open space. The St Edmund’s churchyard and cemetery site is largely neutral grassland (both mown and unmown) with some scrub area. Grassland species found here include sheep’s sorrel, creeping buttercup and common mouse-ear. Common bird’s-foot trefoil, tufted vetch and lady's bedstraw can also be found in the unmown area of grassland.

St Edmund’s Church is seen on your left as you approach Cannon Square from Rabbit Lane, the church having Norman origins.

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Difficulty

Easy

Map Reference

OS Explorer 236

Distance

2.3 miles

Type

Walk

Dog Friendly

Yes

Time

45 min

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