King George Walk

For those who return to the Charnwood pub, or have voided the extension to the drainage system, enter the Church grounds and follow the perimeter to the left. In a corner a small bridge crosses a small drain.

Crossing the bridge turn left to Church Lane. At the lane turn right to a road junction and turn right again - beware of traffic! At a start bend turning right, enter a track that crosses a field (rejoining the return from the drainage area walk). After crossing a wide drain, turn left into King George V Walk, a tree lined path constructed in stages in the 1970's and 80's. The walk was inaugurated by the late Harold Fainlight J.P. M.B.E. to commemorate the dissolved Skegness Urban District Council.

A walk
Crossing the field
Leaving St. Mary's Church
Granny's Walk
Crossing the field

After following the path easterly for about 1/2 mile follow the right fork, tuning south. The pleasant walk eventually joins Burgh Road where we turn left. The 12 Oars public house is on the right hand side for refreshment. Proceeding to the crossing of Roman Bank (traffic lights) to Castleton Boulevard and then North Parade Suncastle) promenade and returning to Skegness Pier. .

Exit rear of Charnwood
King George V Walk
King George V Walk
A Walk
1974 Phase 1 development
1989 Phase 2 development
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