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Market Warsop, Church Warsop and Warsop Vale

June 10, 2012

Warsop Parish is made up of the villages of Market Warsop with the shops, Church Warsop which has the  church and Warsop Vale. Two other villages, Meden Vale and Spoin Kop, are also part of the parish. The River Meden runs through the Warsop communities with large park called the Carrs laid out along its banks.

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Market Warsop has so far retained a busy range of shops. The centres of both Market Warsop and Church Warsop have village cores with a range of old stone buildings.

The parish has a website called Warsopweb and  Warsop Vale History Society has a website.

Walks

Warsop walk 1   Leisurely 7.5 miles (12 km)  The eastern side of Warsop Parish has ancient lanes, fine views and a variety of coniferous and deciduous woodland. Birds are plentiful in the hedgerows, wildflowers are abundant along Budby Drive and in autumn fungi thrive beneath the beech trees and at the sides of the cycle route.

Warsop walk 2  Leisurely – 3.8 miles (6km) includes open fields, woodland, a farm road and an old lane. You may wish to spend time investigating Cuckney’s mill pond or stop for a drink at the Greendale Oak.

Warsop walk 3 Leisurely – 3.8 miles (6km) Now the pit has gone, nature is reclaiming the pit yard, the tip has been sensitively remodelled and new habitats created. This walk includes both of Warsop’s Sites of
Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs), the Hills & Holes and Lord Stubbins Wood. The return through Collier Spring Wood provides a fascinating contrast.

Warsop walk 4  Leisurely – 3.8 miles (6km) This walk takes us around the south of the parish along all three types of right of way – byway, a bridleway and a footpath. You should enjoy fine views and see a variety of birds in the hedgerows flanking the lanes.

Warsop walk 5   Leisurely – 1.9 miles (3km) This walk links  Market Warsop and Church Warsop and includes The Carrs Local Nature Reserve, Church Warsop’s Doorstep Green, part of the Hills & Holes Site of Special Scientific Interest and a stretch alongside the River Meden.

Warsop walk 6  Leisurely – 2.5 miles (4km)  The reclaimed Warsop Main pit site at Warsop Vale form the main focus for this walk. It also takes in farmland and Sookholme Moor to the south of the village

Warsop  walk 7  Leisurely – 6 miles (9.5km)   Fine views are a feature of the first part of
this walk and the return section is mainly along quiet lanes.

Warsop walk 8  Leisurley – 6 miles (10km) Along the Warsop parish boundary through the edge of the ancient forest of Birklands. Birklands was part of the royal forest of Sherwood that was an exclusive hunting ground for successive Kings and Queens of England.

Warsop walk 9  Moderate – 8 miles  (13km)  The route includes old lanes, woodland and the sites of the two country mansions. Unfortunately it is impossible to avoid sections of road walking but interesting features along the route compensate for this.

Warsop walk 10  Leisurely – 3miles (5km) circuit around Church Warsop, taking in Collier Spring Wood and a path along the parish boundary that was only officially declared a public right of way in July 2009. It covers a variety of woodland and gives fine views from the higher ground of Cuckney Hill.

Warsop to Thynghowe walk  Leisurely – 6 miles (10km)  Along the Warsop parish boundary through the edge of the ancient forest of Birklands to the ancient meeting site of Thynghowe.

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