WALKS YOU CAN DO AT YOUR LEISURE
The adventures of Bolly at Blackthorpe Barn
Woof Woof! Hello there. My name is Bolly. I’m a Cavapoo which makes me very special. My mum is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and my dad is a miniature Poodle. I live with my masters who run a funny old thatched building called Blackthorpe Barn.
I’m not allowed into the Barn itself, which I think is most unreasonable, but my masters think that I will break things, trip people up and wee on the floor. I suppose they have a point but I am very good about not weeing on the floor. Even though I’m not allowed inside I love going to Blackthorpe Barn as there are lots of lovely walks round there that we all go on when we visit, so I don’t get too bored sitting in the car. I want to tell you about these walks from my viewpoint so you can understand what fun they are.
Please remember these walks are only available when we have events on at Blackthorpe Barn.
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ROUGHAM HALL WALK
WALK: Fri 26 October, 11.30am BOOK HERE SOON
WALK: Sat 27 October, 11.30am BOOK HERE SOON
WALK: Sun 28 October, 11.30am BOOK HERE SOON
WALK: Fri 2 November, 11.30am BOOK HERE SOON
WALK: Sat 3 November, 11.30am BOOK HERE SOON
WALK: Sun 4 November, 11.30am BOOK HERE SOON
WALK: Sun 11 November, 2pm BOOK HERE SOON
George Agnew, one of the Estate owners will guide a walk around part of this beautiful estate entering Rougham Hall Park and visting the hall itself. Only organised groups are allowed to visit the hall, so take this opportunity to visit the ruin.
Well behaved dogs are welcome, must be kept on leads at all time. Boots are essential as the route may well be muddy in places. The walk lasts approximately two hours and starts and finishes at Blackthorpe Barn.
Rise and Fall of Rougham Hall with George Agnew. Click here.
Tickets for the walk can be bought online here or from Blackthorpe Barn Country Christmas Shop on the day and all walk tickets include a complimentary mug of tea or coffee from the cafe after the walk. All profit goes to The Rougham Estate Trust.