Enjoy a circular walk through the village and surrounding farmland. Billinghay lies 17 miles south-east of Lincoln and nine miles north-east of Sleaford. The village sits on a ridge of sand and gravel giving excellent views across The Fens and towards The Wolds. This mainly level walk uses roadside pavements, tracks, and field paths.
2.5 miles (four kilometres)
- Starting point
Grid ref TF 155 549
- With your back to the co-op, turn right and walk along Victoria Street to a T-junction with West Street. Turn left.
- At the next T-junction cross the road and follow the public footpath opposite. Follow this path behind the houses and along a field edge. Cross the yard in front of the farm building and bear slightly right across the next field to a concrete trig. point. Bear slightly right across the next two fields, to a bridge. Cross the bridge, turn left and follow the path to the road.
- Turn left and walk into Billinghay.
- Turn right down Mill Lane. Walk past the Fire Station and continue along the roadside pavement.
- Take the second public footpath on the left opposite the road to Digby, and follow the track alongside the hedge. Continue on in the same direction onto the playing field.
- Bear left and walk around the bowling green and behind the Village Hall into the car park. Leave the car park and continue in the same direction to a junction with the High Street, past a village mosaic.
- Turn right onto the High Street.
- Turn left onto Queen Street at the side of The Ship to return to Victoria Street and the starting point.
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- Accessibility and suitability
- The walk uses filed paths, tracks and roadside pavements
- You will encounter stiles and livestock
- Facilities available on this walk
- public transport
- Features of this walk
- Map of starting point