Walking

Bromyard is a ‘Walkers are Welcome’ Town.  Walkers are very welcome in Bromyard, and Bromyard is a great place to walk!

walks around bromyard

walkers are welcomeWalks around Bromyard is an excellent little guidebook with eight local walks of different lengths, and fully waymarked. Look out for the orange and blue waymarks.   It is available at £3 from Food for All, BromyardLive and many other places in Bromyard.
Since the guide was published, there have been some changes on the ground and some footpath problems on parts of some routes. Consequently, we have produced a Walks around Bromyard supplement which details the changes and which you can download here.

IMPORTANT NEWS
Two bridges across the Frome in Avenbury have been temporarily closed because of erosion of the bank. They are the bridge by the disused Avenbury church (AV3 for the initiated) and the bridge on the path which links Bromyard hospital to the Avenbury lane (AV2). Both bridges feature in Walk 6 of the Walks around Bromyard book  and you will need to alter the walk by sticking to the lanes.  For more information contact Tom on 01886 821544 or tomfisher52@gmail.com.

Local Walks
Here are details of five local walks which give a flavour of the wonderful variety of walks around Bromyard:
Bringsty/Brockhampton
Railway Ramble Page1  and Railway Ramble Page2
Bromyard Downs Page1 and Bromyard Downs Page2
Stoke Lacy
Edvin Loach

Local walking groups
Bromyard walking group is an informal local walking group and welcomes new members.  Contact Roger Lowery on roger@lowery1011.freeserve.co.uk. Herefordshire Ramblers also regularly walk around Bromyard. Details can be found at www.herefordshireramblers.org.uk.
Many led walks are advertised on bromyard.info’s interactive events page  and in the centre of Off the Record.

Public Transport
We encourage walkers to use public transport.
This supplement sets out how to make the most of public transport when walking near Bromyard.

Getting involved
If you would like to help us promote Bromyard as a Walkers are Welcome town, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact Tom Fisher tomfisher52@gmail.com