We're working with the National Trust to link Londonthorpe Woods with Bellmount, the eastern part of the Belton House Estate, through our Reconnecting Grantham project.

On this 10km (four hour) guided walk we'll share insights into local history and the composition of the woodland at Londonthorpe, taking in Belton's Deer Sanctuary and Bellmount as part of the route.

Don't forget

All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Please dress appropriately for the weather and walking in the woods.

As this is one of our longer walks, please bring your own drinks and refreshments to keep up your energy levels throughout.

When and where

  • Date: Thursday 27 January, 9.30am - 1.30pm
  • Price: Free, but donations to support the management of our woodlands are welcome.
  • Location: The walk will begin and end at the car park for Londonthorpe Woods, off Londonthorpe Lane just outside Grantham, Lincolnshire. Post code: NG31 9SL. What3Words location: ///differ.resides.research.
  • Dogs: No dogs are allowed on this walk. The route includes entering Belton's Deer Sanctuary, where the priority remains keeping the environment solely for the purpose of the deer and grazing sheep. Dogs are however welcome on most of our other walks with Reconnecting Grantham.
  • Access: This walk includes unsurfaced and uneven ground, meaning it is not wheelchair accessible. It may also include stiles.
  • Parking: Parking for a number of vehicles is available at Londonthorpe Woods free of charge. The car park also has two compost toilets.

How to book

Booking is essential as places are limited. To book, please contact us by email at ReconnectingGrantham@woodlandtrust.org.uk.


About us

Reconnecting Grantham to its historic landscape

We're working with the National Trust, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, to link Londonthorpe Woods and Bellmount, the eastern part of the Belton House estate. The project will unite accessible green space on the edge of Grantham to help even more people experience nature on their doorstep.

Discover how we're reconnecting Grantham to its historic landscape