Walks from Spinney Hill Park, Mere Road

Length:
2.5 miles
Duration:
1 hour
Difficulty:
Easy Access
Direction:
Circular
Pushchair friendly
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Summary

Four short routes (of up to 1 hour) are available from this location. Routes have been created by Ramblers volunteers and are available on the Ramblers website. See links below. 

Register (free) on the Ramblers website to view full details and download the route.  A number of other short walks (under 3 miles) in Leicester are also available to download free. Longer routes are available to members only. 

The Ramblers is Britain’s national walking charity, helping everyone, everywhere experience the joy of walking. Visit the Ramblers website at www.ramblers.org.uk to find out more. 

 

North Evington and Arthur Wakerley 

Route Summary: This walk starts from the park entrance on Mere Road, near the junction with St Saviour’s Road. A walk through Arthur Wakerley’s North Evington industrial village and around the park taking in some of the attractive villas built around the turn of the 20th century. To access this route on the Ramblers website – click here. 

 

More Arthur Wakerley Legacy 

Route Summary: This walk starts from the park entrance on Mere Road, near the junction with St Saviour’s Road. A walk around Spinney Hill Park and the area to the east of it, which was developed by Arthur Wakerley and others from the 1880s to the 1930s, and is full of the interesting legacy of Wakerley’s time as an architect and as Mayor of Leicester. To access this route on the Ramblers website – click here

 

East Park Road

Route Summary: This walk starts from the park entrance on Mere Road, near the junction with St Saviour’s Road. A walk around Spinney Hill Park and East Park Road, including some buildings of interest. To access this route on the Ramblers website – click here. 

 

Highfields 

Route Summary: This walk starts from the park entrance on Mere Road, near the junction with St Saviour’s Road. A walk to Highfields concentrating on the many places of worship in the area and the change in faith groups within this community over time. To access this route on the Ramblers website – click here

 

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