Photo new bridge at Dockens Water © D Knapp 2012
The lychgate at St Mary's, Fordingbridge
Bickton Mill in 1891
Foundry House at Stuckton
Ancient hollow way at Highwood
Somerley House through the trees above Rockford Farm
The guided Group Walks have had to be suspended while we all battle with Covid. To encourage everyone to keep walking in the permitted Small Bubbles, with just one other person or just by yourself we are reissuing a selection of the RFFS Walks leaflets and those from Hampshire County Council's Countryside series - on-line and free of charge. You can be guided around some of our most attractive walks for an hour or two - just by printing the leaflets out on your own computer - or saving them to take with you on your iPad, tablet or phone.
Winter weather can make access difficult along some paths. In particular the water-meadows are liable to flooding after heavy rain. Take care and don't take risks. If you are walking by yourself make sure that someone else knows where you are going. RFFS cannot accept responsibility for conditions on any of the Rights of Way.
The circular walks are:
From Fordingbridge to Bickton and Stuckton - about 4 miles - just click to download
Ringwood, Rockford Common and Beyond - about 3.5 miles - just click to download
NB In paragraph 4 of the Directions please note a suggestion for an alternative path - "Bear left for about 500m downhill; there is a drier path to the east of the very damp hollow way leading to a gate."
Ponies on the lawn at Linford Bottom
Beechwood in Great Linford Inclosure
Track through the bank around Castle Piece
A glimpse of the Avon
Southern rampart of Frankenbury
Godshill, Frankenbury and Sandy Balls - about 3.3 miles - just click to download
Linford Bottom and Red Shoot Wood - about 3.25 miles - just click to download