Inkberrow does not have “right to roam” areas in the countryside, but we are lucky to have a large number of footpaths and bridleways around the village.
Walkers – Rights of way and Mapping
There are two maps showing local rights-of-way, both situated in the centre of the village: an O.S. map in the bus shelter and a copy of the Definitive Rights of Way Map, in the display cabinet on the Village Green.
We also have a link to an excellent Worcester County Council provided tool with maps, routes and aerial photos to help you find your way safely.
Why not consider The Millennium Way, which is a beautiful 100 mile trail across the Heart of England, which passes through Inkberrow, and which has something to offer every serious walker and casual rambler.
The Millennium Way Trail has been enhanced by 44 circular walks (2 in Inkberrow) as detailed at Millennium Way, A 100 mile walk in the heart of England. (41club.org).
If you do every circular, you will have walked the whole 100 mile trail!
Respect other people
• Consider the local community and other people enjoying the outdoors
• Park carefully so access to gateways and driveways is clear
• Leave gates and property as you find them
• Follow paths but give way to others where it’s narrow
Protect the natural environment
• Leave no trace of your visit, take all your litter home
• Don’t have BBQs or fires
• Keep dogs under effective control
• Dog poo – bag it and bin it
Enjoy the outdoors
• Plan ahead, check what facilities are open, be prepared
• Follow advice and local signs and obey social distancing measures