Wallasea Island circular walk
Walk 22: Monday 19th July 2021
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Distance: 11 miles
Discover Wallasea Island, the largest man-made wetland in the UK, created by the RSPB with sea-wall breaches and soil from the Crossrail project.
By ferry from Burnham-on-Crouch.
To all walkers
There is only one official meeting location today, at the start of the walk, please see details in the schedule below.
Mile numbers that the sections correspond to are next to the times below. Please arrive 20 minutes beforehand to avoid delaying the walk departure.
If you only wish to walk your one-mile stretch and walk along with the walking party as it comes through your section, please confirm this with the Project Coordinator who will be sending all walkers some detailed emails in the next few weeks. If you don’t receive any emails about the walks, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please only attend the walks if you have booked.
Please arrive 20 minutes beforehand.
- Start point 9AM: (Miles 319 -329) Burnham on Crouch Ferry landing opposite The Anchor, Burnham, The Quay, Burnham-on-Crouch CM0 8AT
- End point 2- 2:30PM: Wallasea Island ferry landing, (unnamed Road), Rochford SS4 2HF. (Ferry to Burnham-on-Crouch Ferry landing opposite – The Anchor Burnham The Quay, Burnham-on-Crouch CM0 8AT)
Mile Marker Map
Select your mile!
Find the mile number of the mile you want by clicking the map markers above. The mile numbers are revealed in the marker info-windows. Use the mile number to reserve it on the form below.
As soon as a mile is booked it is removed as a choice and no-one else can book it. So if the number you want isn’t there, it has already been taken. There are plenty to choose from, so look for another nearby. After completing the form you will receive a welcome email confirming your selection.
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Header image: Wallasea Island. Credit Shutterstock