The proposed Southam Visitor Information Point at the Tithe Place
Community Hub will carry a wide range of guides, maps and local attraction
leaflets. In the meantime, most of these leaflets are currently available
from Southam Library.

Downloadable Maps

  • Southam
    Visitor Guide & Map
    – Funded by Warwickshire County Council,
    and produced with lots of practical Visitor Guide snippet support
    from Stratford-on-Avon District Council, this new leaflet has a town
    centre map showing places to park, eat & drink, and lots of useful
    suggestions for things you might like to see and do in the Southam area.
  • Southam
    Holy Well Walk
    – This circular walk takes you through the
    picturesque Stowe Valley to the Holy Well, then continues over the
    river, through the Stoneythorpe estate along ancient paths and back to
    the town. Note that at the moment the path to the Well is not
    wheelchair friendly.
  • Southam
    Town Trail
    – The town is full of history and this Trail takes you
    to visit some of the most interesting places, but look out for what else
    there is to see along the way.
  • Southam
    Heritage Trail
    – A gentle walk around Southam to see places of
    historical and modern interest.
  • Walk
    the Trina Trail
    – This walk is dedicated to Southam dart player,
    Trina Gulliver, and marks her achievements in World Darts. Benches along
    the route record Trina’s championship victories. The walk starts at the
    Bowling Green Pub.
  • Feldon
    & Ironstone Villages Cycle Route
    – A Cycle Way between the two
    Market Towns of Shipston-on-Stour and Southam following National Cycle
    Network Route 48
  • Harry
    Green Way
    – a twenty-mile circular walk linking eight villages
    around Southam, produced by Southam Ramblers and dedicated to the memory
    of a previous Chairman.  It can be walked in shorter stages.

Blue Lias Rings

PLEASE NOTE: RECENT NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS IN AND AROUND SOUTHAM
(2016/2017) HAVE MADE MANY OF THE BLUE LIAS RINGS ROUTES IMPASSABLE.
WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL’S RIGHTS OF WAY TEAM ADVISE ALL WALKERS TO USE
ORDNANCE SURVEY EXPLORER MAPS RATHER THAN RELYING UPON WALKS LEAFLETS

Taking their name from a prominent aspect of the local geology, these nine
circular walks are between five and thirteen miles (eight and twenty
kilometres) long.

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