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Badby Staverton and Catesby

Event Details

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General information

Starting from the village of Badby in Northamptonshire, on the very edge of the South Midlands, region we will visit the pretty village of Staverton and the charming hamlets of Lower and Upper Catesby.

On the way we will pass the majestic Catesby viaduct, a remnant of the Great Central Railway (the last mainline to be built and the only one to be closed by Dr Beeching) and Arbury hill, the highest point in Northamptonshire.

At the end of the walk there is the option of a post walk drink in the Maltsters Inn.

Terrain / Difficulty

The walk is across open fields and county lanes which could be muddy in places, so boots are recommended.

Approximate Distance

8 miles

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