Dronfield Hall Barn: Fancy exploring the area?
Walking during lockdown has been something that many of us have enjoyed. Whilst we’ve been unable to travel far or get to enjoy our usual way of life, many people have reported getting enjoyment out of just exploring their local areas.
For some, discovering places just a short distance from their front door that they didn’t know existed has been one of the few positives to come out of the past year. But even though life is just starting to get back to normal now, walking is something that we can continue to enjoy - particularly now we’re finally entering summer and better weather!
The good news is that if you’re planning on exploring the local area, there’s plenty of options for you - as detailed in our Family Walks leaflet collection. Or, if you’re feeling more ambitious, why not consider taking on the Dronfield Barn Rotary Walk? Although you’ll have to set off early if you wish to pack the full 14.5 mile route into one day.
Both the family walks leaflet collection and the Barn Rotary walk guide can be purchased on your next visit to the Barn, or alternatively, click here to order from our website.
Why not send us some of your pictures from your next walk? One of our team recently did one of the family walks, and managed to get these lovely images.
Did you know that a team of volunteers at the Barn cares for the maintenance of the route of the Rotary Walk? Material needed for repairs aren't cheap, so if you've enjoyed walking the route, please consider making a small donation to the Walks at the Barn team by clicking here.
Remember that you can learn more about Walks at the Barn by visiting their page on our site.