Westcotes Library to Fosse Recreation Gound
- 1.9 miles
- 55 minutes
- Pushchair friendly
Starting at Westcotes Library on Narborough Road, this walk takes in the leafy green space of Fosse Recreation Ground and returns via Kate Street, where the Leicester City Football Club mural was painted on the back of a building in 2016, to celebrate the Leicester Foxes winning the 2015-2016 Premier League.
This walk is available on GoJauntly. GoJauntly is a free community based app which can be downloaded to your smart phone. There you can find local walks to follow, and even create some of your own.
Some free routes have been created on GoJauntly by volunteers for Leicester City Council.
Click here to access this walk on GoJauntly.
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