Cleobury Mortimer Footpath Association

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CMFA maintains footpaths up to 5 miles around Cleobury Mortimer, clearing overgrown routes and putting in gates,stiles, fingerposts etc to make footpaths more accessible.

 We are part of a network of volunteer groups in Shropshire and are supported by the Council’s staff.          See Footpaths Work

     For more information about us, including how to  join  CMFA   see About Us.

Our members lead a range of group walks. These include:

Short Walking for Health walks for the little less able

Local Parish Walks of about 2 hours on Sunday mornings

Longer Social Walks away from Cleobury

We produce Walking Guides of a range of walks from 2 mile strolls up to our   Simon Evans Way.

Known problems on footpaths in the area: if you want to check out a route that you plan to walk or want to tell us about a problem you encountered, then please click on this link.

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When walking in the countryside, please follow the Countryside Code. This link will open an informative leaflet on the code itself and  gives plenty of information on the need for control of your dog,respecting the privacy of land owners and other matters.

Walkers Are Welcome

Cleobury Mortimer is a WAW town having been recognised nationally as a place for visitors to come to enjoy the outdoors, bringing at the same time benefits to the local economy.  Footpaths and facilities for walkers are maintained in good condition, and visitors are assured of a warm welcome in the pubs, cafes, shops and accommodation that display the logo. For more information about WAW towns in Shropshire please click here

The WAW annual get together and AGM is in Cromer on Saturday October 13th -if you would like to go, please let us know.

National WAW:

Latest WAW newsletter can be read here

Food and Ale Trail 2018

Saturday September 1st

125 walkers enjoyed the 7 mile country walk, (with 4 refreshment stops), through the local countryside in wonderful sunny weather.
We would like to express our gratitude to a number of people and organisations-
Several farmers and landowners for their cooperation.
Numerous volunteers and marshals for their help.
Local people, CoCo, and The Spice Empire, who all provided excellent food, and Hobsons Brewery for the beer.
Meres and Mosses Housing Association, Bromford Housing Association, and Midland Quarry Products Ltd for their invaluable financial support.
There have been many very positive comments made by participants, both verbally and on Facebook, for example:

“It was a fantastic day out, thank you, lovely food and fabulous marshals. We did our first one, which I think was the first one, 12 years ago, and have been on every one since. I think this year WAS the best yet”