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COALVILLE MEGA WALK

A 6 mile walk covering Coalvilles green spaces, local history and more.

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INFORMATION

 MEGA WALK MAP

A 6 mile walk covering Coalvilles green spaces, local history and more.

Check out our MAP and see for yourself. 

GUIDED WALK

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Why not come to one of our guided walks?

Feel free to take a look

at our brochure or have a look below to see where the walk will take you.

TRY IT FOR YOURSELF

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Why not get together with

some family and friends and do the MEGA WALK

together. You might want to Download the instructions

to help you on your way. 

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AREAS OF INTEREST

HOLLY HAYES WOOD

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Holly Hayes Woodland is an Ancient Semi Natural Woodland under the care of the Coalville Education Parternship. They're in charge of restoring the natural beauty of the woodland, and it's open for the public to explore (respectfully, of course), and is also in use for educational and recreational activities with groups like local schools and veterans.

NATURE ALIVE COALVILLE

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Managed by the local Council, Nature Alive Coalville is a nature reserve on the site of a former coal stocking yard for the Snibston Colliery. With a diverse variety of habitats, including ponds, there's plenty of nature to see- including newts and water voles, as well as a variety of birds and insects.

HERMITAGE LAKE

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As of the 12th of April 2021, the facilities at Hermitage Leisure Centre are once again open the public, including their expansive gym, swimming pools and various other indoor sporting areas. And of course, included on the route is a look a the upcoming Whitwick and Coalville Leisure Centre, although it won't open until around late 2022.

COALVILLE PARK

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While the walk is circular and can be started or finished at any point, we think Coalville Park makes the perfect starting point, both central to the town and a nice place to meetup. The park has received a Green Flag Award for it's high standard of management and has a variety of recreational areas, including a  skate park and tennis courts. 

SNIBSTON COLLIERY PARK

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Reopened as of December 2020, the Snibston Colliery park is back and better than ever! With a wide variety of new features, including the Colliery Cafe, the Grange Nature Reserve, and the on-site Century Theatre. Finally, the park includes toilets located in the cafe, and even electric vehicle charging points!

MEMORIAL SQUARE

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Of course, it may not be on the route, but Coalville wouldn't be Coalville without the Memorial Square and Clock-tower. Just nearby is the Belvoir shopping centre, as well as numerous local business worth a visit on Belvoir road and the High Street.