Clophill Heritage Trail

Introduction

Clophill has a long history dating from Roman times. It is a typical linear village with its High Street of three quarters of a mile lying along the River Flit with the Flit valley to the south and the Greensand Ridge to the north.  This guide takes you around the village describing old buildings and retelling anecdotes.

How To Get There By Passenger Transport

Click here for passenger transport information

How To Get There By Car

The village is situated near the intersection of the A6 between Bedford and Luton and the A507 between Ampthill and Shefford.
There is roadside parking in the village - please park considerately.


Start/Finish Point

The trail starts at the Flying Horse public house on the A6. 

Access and General Information

Length: 1.5 miles +, depending on choice of return route.
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Route Description

Click here to download the Route Map

Click here to download the Route Description (A4 version)

Acknowledgements

This walk has been developed by Clophill Heritage Trust, Clophill Parish Council, BBC Hands on History and Clophill Parish Action.




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