Last Alteration: Sunday 07 April 2013

Hambleton Ridge

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52°39'41"-00°40'10" show decimal

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Hambleton Ridge
Rutland, Leicestershire

Hambleton Ridge runs along the northern shore of Hambleton. There is a cycle path that runs along the shore from the main road.

How to get here:

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Road: A1 - Take the A1 to Stamford, and then exit at the junction with the A606 and head towards Oakham. Turn left onto the road to Hambleton, and then follow this into the village. +

Parking Details

park in the village

Where to walk

walk out of the village, past the pub. The cycle path is on the right, just outside the village, and this leads down quite steeply onto the ridge.

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableLake

Photo

Photograph taken: 22nd May 2007 by Chuck Foster

Battlefield (1)
Screen Shot
Filmed: 15 May 1989
Bambera tries to radio for assistance but just gets static.

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableFence

Photo

Photograph taken: 22nd May 2007 by Chuck Foster

Battlefield (1)
Screen Shot
Filmed: 15 May 1989
The Doctor and Ace are dropped off at the excavation site.

 

 

Access: privateStatus: recognisableField

Photo

Photograph taken: 22nd May 2007 by Chuck Foster

Battlefield (3)
Screen Shot
Filmed: 11 May 1989
Mordred's soldiers line the ridge.

 

Where to walk to next?

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Hambleton (Battlefield). Walk up the ridge to the main road, then turn left and head into the village.

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Barnsdale (Battlefield): 0.52 miles.

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Hambleton Woods (Battlefield): 0.72 miles.

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Castle Cement Quarry (Battlefield): 5.51 miles.

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Wothorpe Towers (Battlefield): 7.91 miles.

Related Stories

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Battlefield [15 May 1989]: UNIT convoy breaks down.

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