Woodhouse Eves to Mountsorrel. page 14 last paragraph.
Current Wording: Meet the road and turn left for a short distance (signs point to Stonehurst Farm Centre)
Change to: Additionally Please insert:
At the junction there is an opportunity to take a new stretch of bridleway running parallel to Swithland Lane which can be accessed opposite, and exits along Bond Lane
.Add in Gray: If you would like a slight detour and a chance to have refreshments Mountsorrel and Rothley Heritage Community Centre is close by. Turn right at the end of Kinchley Lane on to Swithland Lane.
Note:This may need to go on page 15 and make the photo smaller
Ashby Folville – Thorpe Satchville page 35. last sentence of the first paragraph.
Current wording: Pass close to the waymarked pole in the middle of the field
Change to: Pass close to the telegraph pole in the middle of the field
Saddington to Bruntingthorpe: Page 70 Line 2
Current wording: “Continue as if towards Fleckney Lodge for a few yards only then turn sharp left in the middle of the field to join a bridleway”
Change to: Enter the housing estate and follow the path through open space until you meet a crossing with a public bridleway, then turn left keeping the old hedge on your right until you exit out into the countryside once more”.
Dunton Bassett – Frolesworth: page 78 3 lines from bottom
Current wording: Turn right along lane for 150 metres then right
Change to: Turn right along lane for 150 metres then left
Frolesworth – Claybrooke Parva: page 82. Line 3
Current wording: Initially walk close to the hedge on your left.
Change to: Continue along the track until just past a small pond on your left. Turn slightly left to head diagonally across 2 fields aiming towards Hill Farm
Burbage to Barwell Page 91 Para 5 line 4 – 9
Current wording: to the main carpark and Acorns Coffee Shop. Turn left here passing the play area and follow the winding hedgerow over to your right. Enter the golf course to locat a yellow topped post by an information board (SP44428 95205) . Here a stile leads to an enclosed path. Follow this to the main road
Change to :
…to the main car park, Coffee Shop and Visitor Centre. Turn left here passing the play area and follow the winding hedgerow on your right and then the marked permissive bridleway ahead, until reaching a yellow topped waymark postto the south of a copse on the edge ofthe golf course. Turn right here, through the copse and cross the golf course with care to locate a yellow topped post by an information board. Here a stile leads to an…. .
Nailstone to Bagworth Page 108 and 109.
Current wording: 3rd line from bottom p 108. The old stone church was also much damaged by mining and was rebuilt in concrete, externally an ugly building now also gone.
Change to: Please remove whole sentence.
Please remove photograph of church on page 109.
Walking the Leicestershire Round page 4 para3
Current wording: Barwell to Frisby on the Wreake can easily be tackled as a linear walks using public transport from Leicester. Melton Mowbray makes a good centre for buses to cover Frisby to Somerby. See Traveline for bus times
Change to: The Leicestershire round can be accessed via public transport detail of which can be found on the Leicestershire Footpath association website at https://leicestershirefootpaths.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/leicestershire_round_by_bus.pdf
Index page 6 please insert above map:
The route is correct at the time of printing however, like all footpaths, the route may change over time. For updates to the route you are advised to refer to the Leicestershire Footpath Association website:
Page 1 please insert above ISBN number