Slow Way Route To do
Fulbeck—Sleaford
Fulsle one Pioneer me Distance 19km/12mi Ascent 134m Descent 174m
Grantham—Sleaford
Grasle one Double check Distance 24km/15mi Ascent 175m Descent 128m
Navenby—Sleaford
Navsle one Pioneer me Distance 23km/14mi Ascent 137m Descent 188m
Sleaford—Billinghay
Sleabil one Pioneer me Distance 17km/11mi Ascent 40m Descent 52m
Sleaford—Billingborough
Slebil one Pioneer me Distance 18km/11mi Ascent 43m Descent 51m
Sleaford—Heckington
Slehec one Pioneer me Distance 11km/7mi Ascent 21m Descent 26m
Sleaford—Metheringham
Slemet one Review me Distance 21km/13mi Ascent 61m Descent 62m
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Sleaford, Mon 28 November

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Sleaford’s Slow Ways starting point

Grid ref

TF0680045450

Lat / Lon

52.99576° / -0.41018°

Easting / Northing

506,800E / 345,450N

Facilities

Users have reported that the following facilities can be found within 1km of Sleaford's meeting point

Public toilet

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Supermarket

Restaurant

Accommodation

Accommodation < £50

Campsite

Bothy

Free wifi

Mobility scooter hire

Off-road wheelchair hire

Disabled Parking

Train station

Bus stop

Ferry

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From Swarby to Culverthorpe was a relatively quiet road (6 cars passed) followed by a walk around Culverthorpe lakes and a useful picnic bench before rejoining the road. The walk from Culverthorpe to Welby was a long road section with over 30 cars passing. The road south of Welby was much quieter, before the route followed a narrow green lane across to the High Dyke....

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This route predominately follows the Spires & Steeples waymarked footmath, but the route does divert away at some points. At Ruskington take care to spot a slight diversion of the Slow Way route away from the Spires & Steeples route, as it crosses the railway line over a road bridge on Fen Lane (Spires & Steeples crosses it using a footbridge further in the village). There is a more significant diversion between the Slow Way and Spires & Steeples route at the edge of Ruskington which I missed. Having walked through a small poultry farm, the Spires & Steeples route continues along a well-used footpath to the A153, before crossing and joining the River Slea at an established car park and weir. In dryer conditions this route would be absolutely fine, although avoid becoming over-reliant on following the Spires & Steeples signs as I did....

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Fulbeck—Sleaford

Slow Ways added Fulsle one, a new walk from Fulbeck to Sleaford

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Grantham—Sleaford

Slow Ways added Grasle one, a new walk from Grantham to Sleaford

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Navenby—Sleaford

Slow Ways added Navsle one, a new walk from Navenby to Sleaford

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Sleaford—Billinghay

Slow Ways added Sleabil one, a new walk from Sleaford to Billinghay

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Sleaford—Billingborough

Slow Ways added Slebil one, a new walk from Sleaford to Billingborough

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Sleaford—Heckington

Slow Ways added Slehec one, a new walk from Sleaford to Heckington

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Sleaford—Metheringham

Slow Ways added Slemet one, a new walk from Sleaford to Metheringham

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