This walk explores Bromham Park and the Bromham Mill Nature Reserve on the eastern side of this pretty Bedfordshire based village.
There's nice footpaths here taking you to the 18th century mill which sits next to the river Great Ouse.
Part of the route uses a section of the John Bunyan Trail which runs through the village. You could extend the walk by following the waymarked trail north to neighbouring Stevington or south to Wootton.
PostcodeMK43 8LP - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
Bromham Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
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Bromham Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Walks near Bromham
- Bedford Park - Enjoy an easy stroll around this pretty park near the centre of Bedford
- Priory Country Park - Explore 360 acres of lakes, meadows and woodland, in this park situated on the river Great Ouse in Bedford
- Bedford to Sandy - This lovely route follows National Cycle routes 12 and 51 and the Bedford to Sandy Country Way - an off road path perfect for walking or cycling
- Turvey - This attractive Bedfordshire village is situated in a lovely rural spot close to the River Great Ouse.
- John Bunyan Trail - Follow in the footsteps of John Bunyan, the Puritan Evangelist and author of the book 'Pilgrim's Progress'
- Stevington - This route uses sections of the John Bunyan Trail and the Ouse Valley Way to create a circular walk around the Bedfordshire village of Stevington.
- Ouse Valley Way - Follow the River Great Ouse from the source at Brackley, Northamptonshire, to the mouth at The Wash at King's Lynn
- Harrold Odell Country Park - This park has two pretty lakes set in 144 acres of country park
- Clay Way - A lovely walk or cycle through the Forest of Marston Vale along the West Bedfordshire Clay Ridge
- North Bedfordshire Heritage Trail - A super circular walk around the North Bedfordshire countryside visiting twenty three villages, two country parks and around thirty public houses. The walk is often started at Bedford and then visits the following towns and villages: Biddenham-Bromham-Stagsden-Turvey-Carlton-Harrold-Odell-Sharnbrook-Riseley-Hatch End-Keysoe-Colmworth-Wilden-Roxton-Tempsford-Everton-Potton-Sandy-Northill-Cople-Ickwell-Old Warden-Willington.
The Swan is located close to the river and mill. The Georgian Inn serves a good Sunday lunch and has a good selection of ales. You can find them at Bridge End with postcode MK43 8LS for your sat navs.
The footpaths make for a pleasant dog walk. The Swan mentioned above is also dog friendly with water bowls available for your thirsty friend.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
Head east and you can explore the lovely Bedford Park in Bedford. The park includes mature woodland and a pretty lake.
The Clay Way walking and cycling trail starts in the village and heads to Cranfield, passing through Hanger Wood, Astey Wood and Stagsden on the way.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Bedfordshire Walks page.