A delightful 6¾ mile circular walk from Cubbington over open fields - enjoy the delights of Newbold Comyn Golf Course, the historic village of Offchurch, and brief sighting of the River Leam. The start of the walk follows a section of the MILLENNIUM WAY clearly waymarked with the distinctive Millennium Way circular waymarkers.
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For the start of the walk, you will enjoy the delights of The Millennium Way on the outskirts of Leamington Spa before returning to Cubbington via Offchurch. The walk is around 6Â¾ miles across mostly flat open countryside.
We start our walk from The King's Head pub in Cubbington. You will find the pub opposite St. Mary's Church in Church Hill. Facing the Kings Head pub, go downhill to the junction with Church Lane then cross ahead into High Street, with Old Manor House on your left. Follow High Street into village centre, where it becomes Queen Street. Continue ahead past shops and The Queen's Head pub to the junction with Windmill Hill. Turn left here into Offchurch Road walking past houses on your left and in 160m cross road to find kissing gate in hedge. Here you will see the distinctive black Millennium Way waymarker. Take kissing gate and go gently uphill on a well trodden path with hedge right. A tower block soon comes into view. The path levels off then continues gently downhill to corner of field where you should take the narrow hedge gap on your right to enter the next field where you will turn immediately left and cross field to pick up concrete track ahead. Continue uphill past house on left and converted barns right to go through kissing gate to right of track by cottage, keeping ahead. Go along right edge of field with fence right to take next kissing gate at bottom right of field .Turn immediately left to follow with hedge left gently uphill, keeping tower block on your far right. After some 300m you will arrive at a wide gap with on your left with solitary waypost. Take gap, then go with hedge right following path around field edge to arrive at wood on your right.
Go left on path ( at this point you are leaving the Millennium Way ) keeping ahead with golf course on left. At end of track keep directly ahead to right of woodland to re-enter golf course walking past 12th tee. Keep same line ahead across golf course with woodland left to pass just to the left of the greens on your right to reach cinder path where you will see a wooden bench. Turn left along cinder path and after 100m take hedge gap right over small concrete slab bridge and continue ahead across next field towards hedge gap. At this point go into the right field and keep ahead with hedge left. Take the stile and go right for 100m with hedge right, then half left towards the footbridge over River Leam. Cross over the footbridge, then go right along woodland footpath, with river right, to cross over bridge and take stile ahead. After 20 paces go right along grassy track and keep left at corner ahead following around grassy track with hedge right. Cross over surfaced track ahead and continue on the same line keeping small ditch on your right. As you reach the corner where the ditch ends, turn right by the brick wall and wooden fencing to walk along the surfaced track. ( In the winter you may get a glimpse of St. Gregory's Church in Offchurch, but in summer this will be obscured by the trees in leaf.)
paths, bridleways and roads we have used in these instructions are public rights
of way as designated on Ordnance Survey maps. Following the instructions and
walking tips on this web site in no way constitutes any liability on 41 Club that such routes or
tips are safe or suitable.
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