Brochures and where to find them
Get your brochures now! We’ve delivered brochures to attractions and organisations across Lincolnshire. The brochure has all the information you need to know about the festival this year including all the walks, a map of where they are and information about the exciting launch day event at Grantham House! There’s more information at the bottom of this page. Take a look at the list below and find the nearest place to pick yours up!
Alternatively download yours here!
Lincoln Tourist Information Centre
Museum of Lincolnshire Life
Lincoln Central Library
International Bomber Command Centre
Grantham Tourist Information Centre/Museum
Belton Garden Centre
Baldocks Mill Heritage Centre
The National Centre for Craft and Design
The South Holland Centre
Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens
Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre
Boston Guildhall/Boston Tourist Information Centre
Stamford Tourist Information Centre/Arts Centre
Rutland Tourist Information Centre
Rutland Farm Park
Rutland Country Museum
Peterborough Tourist Information Centre
Nene Valley Railway
Newark Visitor Information Centre
Hill Holt Wood
Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum
Horncastle Tourist Information Centre
Cranwell Aviation Society
ARK Wildlife Park
There are brochures at all libraries across Lincolnshire, pop in to pick one up!
The National Trust
You can also grab a brochure from the five National Trust properties shown below:
The Workhouse, Southwell
Check out the Map in the brochure to find a walk near you which takes your fancy! Walks are categorised as Easy, Moderate and Energetic dependent on length and terrain type so make sure you take a look at each walk listing for extra information so you can find the perfect walk for you. Information about where to meet, what time it starts and a description of what you will get up to on your walk is highlighted in each walk listing.
Please also refer to the symbols on the listing to the key in the brochure, which will notify you of what the walk offers, where there will be refreshments, dog friendly walks, heritage talks, if there are toilets or if you will need to bring a packed lunch with you! Symbols are also shown if the walk can be accessible to Wheelchairs and Pushchairs.
Furthermore, we are delighted to feature 13 Health Walks this year. These walks take a more relaxed approach to walking and aim to get people active and outdoors. Feel the health benefits on these walks, as they really do make a difference.
We greatly encourage families to get involved in the festival and we have 31 Family Friendly Walks to explore this year.
Check these out in the brochure to see what they have in store; there are some great days out planned!
Heritage Lincolnshire is proud to organise the South Lincolnshire Walking Festival.
Heritage Lincolnshire is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. Its charitable objectives are to advance the education of the public in all matters relating to Lincolnshire’s rich and diverse heritage and to preserve and investigate that heritage for the benefit of local people and visitors to the County.
It has a dedicated team of skilled and experienced staff who meet its objectives through delivering community heritage projects, carrying out archaeological fieldwork and research, operating a Buildings Preservation Trust, providing archaeological advice, managing sites and monuments, running an events programme including coordinating the annual Heritage Open Days and the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival, delivering continuing education courses, and producing academic and popular publications.
Its overall vision is to ensure that the special character and significance of Lincolnshire’s heritage is understood, valued, conserved and celebrated for the benefit of local people, visitors and future generations.
Support us in projects like these and become a member from just £25 per year https://www.heritagelincolnshire.org/join