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The village is lucky to have access to a number of footpaths and bridleways, which can be viewed by following the link below:

The rights of way using an Ordnance Survey map (

We are also fortunate that there are some very good amateur photographers who use their daily walks to capture the beauty in and around the village.  Our thanks to Andy Richmond, Paul Dachtler and Matthew Ince of MI Drones for granting permission for us to use their images, which can be found in the Gallery.  

John Harris has created a website with walks all over England.  The link to his page showing walks in Nottinghamshire, including one from Farndon, is below:

Newark walks to download and print FREE! | Walking in England

We are proud of our open spaces and the Parish Council provide over 40 bins for litter and for dog waste.  Please treat our village with respect and ensure you take all your rubbish home.