Windmills and Ponds

Galleywood Brook

Crondon Hall

World War II

 Little and Great Sir Hughes

Galleywood Village

The Common Tree Trail

The Manor of Peverels

A Carriage to Heaven (or Purgatory)

St Peters Way

A Walk to Sandon

A Circumnavigation of Hylands Park

A Walk to West Hanningfield

Beating the Bounds - Stones 1-4

Beating the Bounds - Stones 5-10

St Michael's to St Margarets

A Walk to West Hanningfield Hall

The Hidden Manors of Buttsbury

Greening Galleywood - Legacy One

Greening Galleywood - Legacy Two

  Galleywood Walks

Time for a walkGalleywood is very fortunate in having a fine network of footpaths and bridleways, totalling 23 km (14 miles); these are set out in the free Galleywood Parish Footpaths Map (3rd Edition) available in paper form from the Parish COuncil Office or the Heritage Centre office.

Galleywood Parish Council is very pleased to release the following highlighted walks in our 'new look' leaflets.

Look out for the walks (marked in black) coming on-line very soon 

Galleywood Walks
  A Selection of Walks around the Galleywood Countryside (Introduction) Distance Google
1 Windmills and Ponds 4.5km ~2 miles MAP1
2 Galleywood Brook    
3 Crondon Hall    
4 World War II    
5 Little and Great Sir Hughes    
6 Galleywood Village    
7 The Common Tree Trail    
8 The Manor of Peverels    
9 Withdrawn    
10 A Carriage to Heaven (or Purgatory)    
11 St Peters Way    
12 A Walk to Sandon    
13 A Circumnavigation of Hylands Park    
14 A Walk to West Hanningfield    
15A Beating the Bounds - Stones 1-4    
15B Beating the Bounds - Stones 5-10    
16 St Michael's to St Margarets    
17 A Walk to West Hanningfield Hall    
18 The Hidden Manors of Buttsbury    
19A Greening Galleywood - Legacy One    
19B Greening Galleywood - Legacy Two    
20      
21      
22      

All walks should be read in conjunction with the introduction notes which highlight the Countryside Code and health and safety advice.

Outdoor access and recreation Access and rights of way Parks, trails and nature reserves Recreation

See also Chelmsford City Councils Which Walk? and Heart and sole sites.

If you have copies of any leaflets prior to the revision release, please be aware that you undertake walks at your own risk, and Galleywood Parish Council cannot be held liable in any way.

Essex County council have a Public Rights of Way (PROW) Interactive Map which summarises the right of Way but not the permissive paths.

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