A Walk in the Park - Old Mill and Meadows, Silvermeade and Rusheymead
Listed in the Domesday Book of 1086, it’s safe to say that Broxbourne Old Mill is one very historic site and a great location for the last of April's 'A Walk in the Park' series!
After The Old Mill, the walk will head over to visit Silvermeade which is a stronghold for the highly endangered water vole and is one of the best places in the region for viewing this charismatic species. The walk will then move along to Rusheymead and see the patchwork of scrub woodland with pockets of open grassland and more mature woodland.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads
All ages welcome
Please wear suitable and comfortable clothing
Bring a snack and some refreshments to keep energized
Meeting point at The Old Mill car park. Charges may apply
By train: the nearest train station is Broxbourne (5 minute walk) on the London Liverpool Street line.
By bus: routes 310, 311, C3
By car: Leave the A10 at the slip road for Broxbourne and exit the roundabout towards Wormley, Turnford and Broxbourne. At the next roundabout, turn left onto the A1170, High Road Turnford. Remain on the A1170 over the next two roundabouts in order to turn right at the traffic lights onto the B194, towards Broxbourne Station. Turn first right off Station Road into Churchfields. At the end of Churchfields turn left into Old Mill and Meadows.
No need to book, simply turn up!