Get some fresh air, leave the university campus behind! Join us for a pleasant walk from Cranfield University to the quintessentially English village of North Crawley via Folly Lane. Enjoy a lunch at a local pub before heading back to the university via a footpath across the fields.
Meet in front of Cafe Bookshop
Depart at 12 noon. Return back circa 15.30 hours
Total walk length: circa 7km (4.3 miles)
Surface: tarmac (Folly Lane), grass & field (footpath, return journey).
Please bring a waterproof jacket in case of a rain. Trainers as a footwear are fine, it maybe wet and muddy underfoot.
Cost: walk is free, pay for your lunch at the pub. View menu here.
Number of places available: 16 Advance bookings are necessary for the pub lunch.
Book your place online here.
The Cock Inn at North Crawley is a friendly pub run by Jackie and Gary Magee. Visit the pub’s website here
Did you know? In the Domesday Book of 1086 the village was referred to as “Crauelai”. Learn more on the site of the North Crawley Historical Society.