Walk in the footsteps of Shakespeare in Warwickshire

Walk in Shakespeare's footsteps in Warwickshire

Legend has it that William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway at All Saints Church at Billesley, close to their childhood homes in Warwickshire. This guided trail links the villages of Wilmcote, Aston Cantlow, and Billesley - each claiming its own special connection to William Shakespeare.

The two circular routes offer a walking route mainly on public footpaths and a road-based route for cyclists and those with limited mobility (though please be aware the country roads are often narrow and without pavements). Both routes are about 8 miles long, but can be explored in sections.

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Legend has it that William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway at All Saints Church at Billesley in Warwickshire. This guided trail links the villages of Wilmcote, Aston Cantlow, and Billesley - each claiming its own special connection to William Shakespeare.

The two circular routes offer a walking route mainly on public footpaths and a road-based route for cyclists and those with limited mobility (though please be aware the country roads are often narrow and without pavements). Both routes are about 8 miles long, but can be explored in sections.

- See more at: https://www.visitchurches.org.uk/visit/things-to-do/tours-and-trails/walks.html#sthash.YuFQPUEo.dpuf

Legend has it that William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway at All Saints Church at Billesley in Warwickshire. This guided trail links the villages of Wilmcote, Aston Cantlow, and Billesley - each claiming its own special connection to William Shakespeare.

The two circular routes offer a walking route mainly on public footpaths and a road-based route for cyclists and those with limited mobility (though please be aware the country roads are often narrow and without pavements). Both routes are about 8 miles long, but can be explored in sections.

- See more at: https://www.visitchurches.org.uk/visit/things-to-do/tours-and-trails/walks.html#sthash.YuFQPUEo.dpuf