Heritage Walks

We will be adding a series of heritage walks around Page Hall and Grimesthorpe for you to enjoy. The walks will be of varying lengths and all of them will have directions and information on a printable pdf, or you can follow using our google earth tour.

Keep an eye on this page as we will be adding lots more walks! Remember if you wanted to come on a guided tour keep an eye out on our events page for when we will be holding the next one!

From Page Hall to Firth Park

To access the map and and history notes for this walk click on the download button.

This walk is of long length and medium difficulty. It stays on paths so is suitable for push chairs and wheel chairs. Follow the red line and the numbers in the stars match the numbers on the information.

Please be very careful crossing the roads and try to only cross these at designated crossing points.

Enjoy your walk!

Grimesthorpe Heritage Walk

To access the map and and history notes for this walk click on the download button.

This walk is of long length and medium difficulty. It stays on paths so is suitable for push chairs and wheel chairs. Follow the green line and the numbers in the hearts match the numbers on the information.

Please be very careful crossing the roads and try to only cross these at designated crossing points.

Enjoy your walk!

From Wensley Street to Wincobank Hill

To access the map and and history notes for this walk click on the download button.

This walk is medium in length but goes up a steep, muddy hill so wear strong shoes! We don’t recommend the walk for push chairs and wheel chairs due to the uneven and muddy footpaths on the hill.

Follow the purple line and the numbers in the hearts match the numbers on the From Wensley Street to Wincobank Hill Information.  Please be very careful crossing the roads and try to only cross these at designated crossing points. Enjoy your walk!


Page Hall History Walk

To access the map and and history notes for this walk click on the download button.

This walk is of medium length and difficulty. It stays on paths so is suitable for push chairs and wheel chairs. Follow the purple line and the numbers in the hearts match the numbers on the Page Hall History Walk Information.

Please be very careful crossing the roads and try to only cross these at designated crossing points.

Enjoy your walk!


Firth Park Art Hunt

Why not give our children’s Art Hunt a go. This hunt gets you to explore Firth Park and the wonderful art hidden all around it. If you don’t have a printer free copies are available from Firvale Community Hub.