Rail Trails - Talk and Taster Walk
Sunday 11th June – 11:00am-1:15pm
Discover new walking trails between railway stations across the county at this FREE talk and taster walk led by Worcestershire Rail Trails.
Worcestershire Rail Trails is a project that aims to create 95 miles of new walking trails between local railway stations. This event will include a short talk about the project and the trails, followed by a 1-hour supervised easy ‘taster’ walk on the trails that pass near The Hive. The walk will then return to The Hive for refreshments and an opportunity to chat to the project team.
The event will include:
- 11:00am - Introductory talk about the project and proposed trail
- 11.45am – 1 hour guided ‘taster’ walk leaving from and returning to The Hive
- 12.45pm - Free refreshments at The Hive
- 1:15pm – Finish
How to Book
Places on the event are free of charge, but booking is essential. Book your place here
About Worcestershire Rail Trails
The project is presently in development stage, but will ultimately offer up four railway line’s worth of new walking routes which will run in parallel to these lines. The new guide materials will be freely downloadable to the public and suitable for both print, smart phone use and walking app use.
The project is being developed by partners Fiona Saxon for Worcestershire Community Rail Partnership, Lyndon Bracewell for Worcestershire Ramblers (the instigators of the project) and Graphic Design Lecturer and cartographer Andy Stevenson of the University of Worcester’s School of Art.
For further information on the project please visit: