These walks explore the village of Wrangle, the surrounding countryside and The Wash coast. Explore the pretty village, a farm that has won a number of awards for conservation and a series of sea banks built since the medieval period. Mostly level walking it may be muddy and uneven in places. Wrangle is situated on the A52 between Skegness and Boston.
Two miles (3.25 kilometres)
- Starting point
Grid ref: TF424 509
- From the Parish Hall turn left and bear right in front of the War Memorial. Turn left along the signed footpath through the church yard.
- Leave the church yard and turn right.
- After approximately 80m turn right along the footpath between a house and a bungalow. Follow this path to a road, Brick Lane.
- Cross the road and continue along the footpath. Cross the bridge, turn right and follow the field edge to the poplar trees and a road, Nut Lane.
- Turn left and at the next junction turn left onto Sea Lane, walk past the old smithy and at the junction and grass triangle turn left along Hall End Road.
- After approximately 500m at Wrangle Hall turn left along Church Lane and follow it back to the Parish Hall.
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- Facilities available on this walk
- linked to public transport
- Map of starting point