The MAP committee would like to thank former MVCAP administrator/web-developer Mark Allen for taking the time to put together a provisional website for the White Walls Way. This is not anywhere near being the finished article but we wanted to make something available for you to use. You can find it at whitewallsway.weebly.com
We’ve made good progress on collecting together descriptions for the route stages. We’ll be working through these and deciding how best to deliver them in due course. Current thinking is that rather than publishing a guide, we will deliver all the materials for free download online – costs permitting.
After a lot of work and test walking of sections, we’ve finally agreed the route of the White Walls Way. It will be an approximately twenty-mile circular walk in a figure of eight shape from Malmesbury to Sherston and Luckington. We also aim to develop shorter circular walks along the route and possibly links to… Read more
We are working on the design for two information boards about the Bridges Walk. Malmesbury Town Council have kindly given us a spot for one of them where their signs live at Station Yard Long Stay Car Park. The work on the White Walls Way continues. We are getting together descriptions of the various stages… Read more
We’re really grateful to Kate Cullen for putting together a report about the archaeology and historic buildings along the proposed route of the White Walls Way. We hope to include some of this information in the final guide – whether printed or online.
MAP have agreed the name for the proposed route between Malmesbury, Sherston, and Luckington. This will be known as the “White Walls Way” – taking it’s name form White Walls, the remains of a small Roman town about halfway along the proposed route.