Saints & Sinners
Combine a church crawl with a trip to the pub with one of our six Saints & Sinners walking routes
Need an excuse to explore the historic wonders of rural England? Why not follow a visit to one of our heritage churches with a wickedly good lunch?
Our Saints & Sinners trails explore unique clusters of historic churches set in regionally distinctive landscapes - with a foodie twist. We've partnered with family-friendly pubs, cafes and tea rooms that offer great local produce and friendly service - so you can discover our rich history alongside the best food and drink in each area.
Just choose your route from the options below, fill a thermos, jump in a car, hop on a bike or pull on your walking boots for a fantastic day out!
From river to hills
Prehistoric surprises, medievals gems, romantic ruins, walking routes, white horses and wall paintings - what more could you want? Only a pint and a meal fit for a king to top it off.Download the Wiltshire Trail
Richmondshire & North Yorkshire
Explore the pubs and churches of God's Own Country with our 'Saints & Sinners' Richmonshire and North Yorkshire trail.Download our Richmondshire & North Yorkshire Saints & Sinners trail
Our 'Saints & Sinners' trails in Lincolnshire cover four distinctive areas of the county - Wolds, Coast, Marshes & Countryside, linking historic churches with fabulous places to enjoy the wickedly good flavours of Lincolnshire produce.
A soaring spire, a perfectly modest parish church and a quintessentially English village pub (or two!)Download the Lincolnshire Wolds Trail
Discover an ancient square-towered church, carvings of Adam & Eve and the very best local produce at charming tea rooms and farm shops.Download the Lincolnshire Marshes Trail
Visit the Queen of the Marsh and the Cathedral of the Marsh, while sampling some wickedly good Farmer Brown's Ice Cream.Download the Lincolnshire Coast Trail
Discover the churches of Lincolnshire's lost villages and the award-winning Uncle Henry's Farm Shop and Cafe.Download the Lincolnshire Countryside Trail