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Rogation Weekend &
Beating the Bounds


Saturday, 15th May 2003, 10.30am start  Approx. 6 miles
This year we will be walking the third leg of the St Osyth Boundary on Saturday 15th May at 10.30am.

We will start at The Old Rectory, Weeley Heath, where we finished last year, walk along the bridleway adjacent to the A133 and then cross the A133 to walk along the boundary of Honeypot Farm towards Rowheath Farm using the footpath.

From there we head towards Hartley Grove and Hartley Wood and walk along the boundary of Earls Hall Farm.

Because of the length of the walk there will be a halfway point and ‘comfort stop’ at Dutchess Farm, the home of Mrs Pat Smith, with a car there to transport those with shorter legs back to The Old Rectory.

Pat has offered to provide tea, coffee etc so it might be a good idea to bring a picnic to eat at this point.
From Dutchess Farm we walk along the rear of St Johns Nursery, across Earls Hall Lane towards Pump Hill Garage and cross the B1027 into Lodge Farm Lane.

We continue through Lodge Farm and head for Cockett Wick Farm staying as close as we can to the boundary and using the counter-wall until we reach the Martello Tower and the sea.

It will be necessary to have cars at both ends of the walk; therefore I will need to know of anyone wanting a lift back to their car at the end of the walk. If you wish to leave your car at The Old Rectory please park in the drive and at the end of the walk please park in the car park, below the sea wall, at Hutleys, St Osyth Beach.

Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead and please be aware that we will be crossing the A133 again.

Most of the walk will be across rough farmland, ditches and hedges so please come prepared!
Anyone wanting more information can contact me on 820458.

Brenda Lord



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