Newark-on-TrentLong Bennington

Newlon three
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By Broadsword252 on 11 Sep 2021







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Revised route of NEWLON2 removing dangerous A1 crossing and lack of Right Of Way at Mill Farm

Revised route of NEWLON2 removing dangerous A1 crossing and lack of Right Of Way at Mill Farm


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Grid Ref SK7995353844
Lat / Lon 53.07588° / -0.80799°
Easting / Northing 479,954E / 353,845N
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Grid Ref SK8342044802
Lat / Lon 52.99408° / -0.75860°
Easting / Northing 483,420E / 344,802N
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15 May 2023 Spring

I have done this route 3 times now and can really enjoy it as I know where I am going now. Only 1 field had ploughed across the path so did feel bad about trampling through a crop but it was the only way really. Path well marked when you are on the route - have to use the arrow on the map to reassure myself I am on the right path. Great cafe in Long Bennington to stop for refreshments and toilet whilst deciding on the route to walk back.

Hugh Hudson

01 Jun 2022 Spring

I walked this in the reverse direction, starting at Long Bennington and finishing at Newark. The suburban route through Balderton and Newark is a little dispiriting, but the rest of the route is very pleasant apart from the clayfields around Claypole - very sticky when wet. In a couple of places the waymarked route follows field boundaries where the right of way goes straight across. One of these was just South of Dry Doddington. The last field approaching Claypole was planted with vegetables, with no discernible path line, so I may have done a little damage to the crop.

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