Wilimp one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Willingham and Impington.

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This route has been reviewed by 3 people.

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Reviews - 3

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (2) Maybe (1)

Problems reported -  Safety (1)

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Grid Ref TL4080070444
Lat / Lon 52.31407° / 0.06411°
Easting / Northing 540,800E / 270,444N
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Grid Ref TL4420062543
Lat / Lon 52.24220° / 0.11057°
Easting / Northing 544,200E / 262,543N
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Wilimp One's land is

Arable 46.0%
Pasture 25.2%
Urban 28.8%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



20 Oct 2023 Autumn

We walked from Impington to Willingham. This was a relatively easy and straightforward walk between two nice villages and passing through generally agricultural landscapes. There are some road sections in the villages and the majority of paths and tracks are hedge-lined between arable fields. The main issue is the proposed section leaving Rampton towards Willingham along a fast road with no verge or footpath and high hedges. Having local knowledge we decided to turn off Cuckoo Lane onto Reynold's Drove before we reached Rampton. Then just before we reached the Guided Busway we took the well made path to the right which leads around some fields and re-joins the route. At the point of re-joining the route there should be a footpath on a verge on the eastern side of the road, but it was overgrown. It required a careful walk along a fast road with reduced visibility for about 150 m.

Susan Walker

19 Jul 2023 Summer

This is a flat route mostly on footpaths or droveways. There is one section on a fairly busy section of road between Rampton and Willingham but it is only 200 metres. However there is no footpath. There are no stiles or obstacles but the route is not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchaoirs because of the rough and rutted surfaces.
It is a good spot for listening to birds and there are two places to eat when you get to Willingham.It is easy to follow.


27 Oct 2021 Autumn

There is a section on the road between willingham and rampton that is un paved and the road is 60 miles an hour and fairly busy. Far better to go via the busway and then cut across to rampton.

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