The Barnsley area always provides excellent walking with its varied, undulating terrain, and this walk is no exception.Expect some muddy conditions along certain sections at this time of the year - a walking pole would be helpful if you have one.There is an alternative, along the sunken disused railway line, but I found it in places perhaps too difficult for some members?Aldbrough is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, about 12 miles (19 km) north-east of Hull at the junction of the B1242 and B1238 roads.Population, which included the townships of East and West Newton, numbered 998.Occupations included fourteen farmers, two blacksmiths, one of whom was a farrier, a joiner who was also an auctioneer, four wheelwrights, four grocers, five shoemakers, four tailors, two butchers, a hairdresser, a common brewer, and the landlords of The George and The Bricklayer's Arms public houses.
The walk starts at the 17th Century flour mill at Worsbrough, where corn has been ground since 1625, before following a varied route through the outlying villages of Birdwell, Crane Moor, Hood Green and Stainborough.
From here our route takes us north through Pilley Lane End Farm into Old Park Wood where we head north west to skirt Stainborough Park through Broom Royd Wood, following the boundary of Ivas Wood towards Queen Anne’s obelisk in the grounds of the now closed Wentworth Castle.
This path takes us to Round Green Lane where we turn back on ourselves south east for a short distance along the road in order to pick up the path directly east to re-cross the M1.
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