Whittlesey Heritage Walk
A new, local heritage walk that encourages people to explore the fascinating and often undiscovered history of the ancient market town.
Launched in October 2022, the Whittlesey Heritage Walk takes in the town's most historic landmarks and provides a unique insight into its history and heritage, as well as key local transport information.
The walk was originally identified as part of the Growing Fenland Whittlesey project and created thanks to funding from the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
The Whittlesey Heritage Walk takes you on a circular tour of the historic Fenland town. It provides options to follow a long or short trail, highlighting fabulous facts and intriguing histories of the buildings and features around Whittlesey.
It also promotes other town assets such as Whittlesea Railway Station, Kings Dyke Nature Reserve, Lattersey Nature Reserve and a wonderfully scenic riverside walk.
Ways to take discover Whittlesey Heritage Walk:
- Head to Market Place, Whittlesey, and follow the directions set out on each Whittlesey Heritage Walk Information Board.
- . Copies of the brochure are also available for those without internet access from the Whittlesey Town Council offices in Queen Street (see Whittlesey Town Council website for opening hours).
- The Whittlesey Heritage Walk routes are included in the amazing Love Exploring App, enabling explorers to travel the route using their mobile phone. Download the free Love Exploring mobile phone app today.
- Join the circular Whittlesey Wellbeing Walk which includes part of Whittlesey Heritage Walk. This social group walk meets at the Buttercross, in Market Place, at noon on the third Monday of each month.
If you'd like to tell us what you think to the walk or share any feedback, please email us on Neighbourhoodstrategy@fenland.gov.uk.