Fancy a Walk
If you want to build up an appetite, or walk off your lunch, there are plenty to choose from. It could be a short stroll along the towpath of the Trent & Mersey Canal or something longer like these:
A circular route beginning and ending at The Clifford Arms. It should take you approximately 2.5 hours to build up a thirst and an appetite.
Distance: 5 miles. Starting point: The Clifford Arms.
Information and a route map for this route is shown below and a printable PDF version is available here.
Another circular route that explores Brocton Camp and Great Haywood. It goes through Brocton Coppice and into the Sherbrook Valley, past The Punch Bowl and across the Shugborough Estate. The Tolkien Trail Great Haywood Walk is a Staffordshire Libraries walk, created as part of the Staffordshire Tolkien Trail.
Starting point: Coppice Hill Car Park.
This is the third part of the Way for the Millennium.
Distance: 4.9 miles. Starting point: Stafford Town Centre.
Try reversing this one! It is the fourth part of the Way for the Millennium.
Distance: 7.7 miles. Starting point: Bridge 73, Great Haywood.
Information and route maps for these walks can be found on the Staffordshire Council Website by clicking on the headings above.