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Rowledge and Wrecclesham


An interesting history and heritage walk around Rowledge and Wrecclesham.

An interesting history and heritage walk around Rowledge and Wrecclesham.


4 miles



How long to allow

2 hours

Starting point

St James’s Church, Rowledge



Wheelchair/pushchair accessible


Family friendly


Suitable for dogs



Walking boots advised as it can be muddy.

Description of walk contributed by Roy Waight

Please follow the Countryside Code to get the most out of your walk.

Start at car park beside St Jame’s church in Rowledge.

Along Church Lane to the top of Cherry Tree Walk. Down Cherry Tree Walk and L. onto Lickfolds Rd. Then L. onto Fullers Rd, then R. by garage along Bell Lane.

Down hill then R. and up Manley Bridge Rd for 200 yards, then L. down Browns Walk.

At bottom follow the stream for 200 yds, then L. and follow footpath over bridge and up steps until you reach Echo Barn Lane. R. then after 200 yards L. onto Pottery Lane, past the Pottery and go downhill and R. onto Quennells Hill.

At A325 turn R and opposite pub cross A325 CAREFUL! and follow the footpath past allotments and over the bridge by Alton sand quarry and go L parallel with the railway. A detour can be taken to Willey Mill by taking the FP under the railway bridge. Then back and continue parallel with the railway until Holt Pound.

Turn L and go up lane, cross the old Oval cricket pitch and emerge onto the A325 by the Forest Inn. Cross and follow footpath past Glen Cottage, over the Stream to Fuller’s Rd. L on Fullers Rd, take L along Rosemary Lane, then R. along footpath to High Street. R back to Fuller’s Rd, cross the Recreation Ground and back to Church Lane and the church of St James.


There are many variables including, but not limited to, weather, fitness level, terrain features and outdoor experience that must be considered prior to walking any of these routes. Be prepared for your journey and be sure to check the current weather and conditions before heading outdoors. Always exercise common sense and caution. Farnham Town Council  are not responsible for the safety or well-being of any one who chooses to follow these routes.

These walks have been provided by keen local walkers and walking groups. While every effort is taken to ensure that the routes shared are correct, we can in no way guarantee the routes to be 100% free of errors.

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