This tour opens the door to get an insider's view about living in Onehouse as we walk round. The presence of a powerful land owner prevented urban growth swamping the area. The distinctive style of the local buildings and the stories tucked away in these fascinating buildings creates a world set in the past.
All profits from this tour go to the Church and Parish funds.
It is possible to walk miles in Onehouse well away from the public roads. Come discover the characters and settings that make this one of the quintessential villages in Britain.
Onehouse Church, Trinity Rooms, Northfield Wood, Hunters Lodge, Stearn Drive
Start at the village church dedicated to St John the Baptist. If a service is not in progress then feel free to park here so that farm traffic can still use the lane.
Make your way to the start at front gate to the church so that you will see the church tower is on the left hand side of the church.
Places to stop along the way:
Church, the Old School Playing field, Area around the Village sign, Shepherd and Dog Public House, Lakeside Cafe.
Best time to walk:
This is a walk for any weather. Many of the local villagers are to be seen walking these paths in all weathers.
Evening strolls to the Public House are best tackled when the weather is at least fair!
Sound footwear is advised and dress according to the local weather report. Children and dogs are welcome but take great care when approaching any of the main roads.
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