Beechcroft at Flitwick

Introduction

A new permissive bridleway has been created on this farm as part of the DEFRA-funded programme of conservation. You are welcome to walk or ride this bridleway, which forms a circular route around a field and links to an existing bridleway and public road. The farmer is improving the wildlife habitats though tree and hedge planting and providing grassy field margins. Access End Date 30.9.2011.

How To Get There By Passenger Transport

How To Get There By Car

Flitwick is situated on the A5120 south of Bedford. Turn into the Steppingley Road at the roundabout in Flitwick.
Parking is available on the road in Flitwick. Please park thoughtfully.

Start/Finish Point

The site can be accessed at Valley Farm on the Steppingley Road

Access and General Information

Length: 0.6 miles (0.9 km)
Time:

Access Information:

Surface Types: You will walk across a surface of grass or uncultivated earth paths without any ruts.
Linear Gradient: The steepest linear gradient of 1:18 or less with short slopes on the southern side of the area.
Cross Falls: None recorded.
Width Restriction: There are no restrictions less than 1000mm.
Steps: None recorded.
Barriers: None recorded.
Refreshments: None recorded.
Public Toilets: None recorded.
Picnic Tables: None recorded.
Seats: None recorded.

Route Description

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