Town Walks leaflets

The three Barton town walks leaflets were all updated in 2007 and include the Waterside, Victorian and Georgian walks

There are also two guides to public rights of way across the parish of Barton from the Humber Bank to the Wolds inland.

Printed versions of the leaflets are available free of charge from: Water’s Edge Visitor Centre, The Ropewalk, Newton’s Printers, Library, Baysgarth Museum, The Local Link, Far Ings Visitor Centre, the Town Clerk and Saint Peter’s Church.

They can also be downloaded here. Please note, they are in two parts each. The cover (including map) for those unfamiliar with Barton, and the actual walk. They are A3 in size and in Adobe format (Adobe Reader is available as a free download from the Internet). Choose from the following :-

Waterside Walk

The Waterside walk starts from the Boathouse and takes in views across the Humber and Humber Bridge.

Victorian Walk

A central town walk taking in landmarks of significant historical importance.

Georgian Walk

A town walk visiting locations of cultural significance such as Baysgarth House, The Old Vicarage and Cob Hall.

Parish Pathways Humber bank and area

A beautifully scenic walk featuring breathtaking views of the Humber and the surrounding natural wildlife.

Parish Pathways Inland

A veritable romp through the Northern Lincolnshire countryside. This walk is an absolute must on a sunny day. Bring a pack up!

The Town Trail has been updated and was launched on the 27th November 2009. It is available from many outlets in the town, including the Ropewalk and Wilderspin National School, priced £3.