Walks

Hinchingbrooke Country Park

170 acre Country Park near Huntingdon. Free access to woods, lakes and meadows. Disabled access to visitor centre, toilets, hardened paths. Fishing platforms and wildlife garden. Electric wheelchairs available for use. Water- sports available to people of all abilities The house was originally a medieval nunnery converted by Cromwell family in the 16th century, later …

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Denny Abbey Farmland Museum

The Abbey is a 12th century building lived in by Benedictine monks, Franciscan nuns and Knights Templers. The farmland musem has a programme of events such as basket making, family history and children’s activity days on school holidays. It has a cafe, picnic area, children’s play area and shop. Getting there: Car – 20 minutes (8 miles) …

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Wicken Fen Nature Reserve

Britain’s oldest nature reserve. A unique fragment of the wilderness that once covered East Anglia. The Fen is a haven for birds, plants, insects and mammals alike. It can be explored by the traditional wide droves and lush green paths and nature trailhides. The boardwalk is suitable for buggies and wheelchairs, and is 1.2 km …

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