Walks and Maps


Walks (Rambles) in East Hampshire

Fresh air and friendly faces is the formula behind a host of organised walks around East Hampshire and Havant. Wellbeing Walks, co-ordinated by East Hampshire District Council and managed by volunteer walk leaders, gives local residents the opportunity to enjoy a regular, easy-going stroll through the district’s picturesque countryside.

Previously called Walking for Health, the scheme which is run nationally by the Ramblers, has been renamed Wellbeing Walks. A new website has been launched to help people sign up for the walk that suits them. Visit the Wellbeing Walks website

There are 22 walks across East Hampshire and Havant, with a mixture of weekly and monthly walks, and each one is free to attend. All abilities are welcome as there is a walk to suit everyone ranging from 30 minutes to 90 minutes.

If you are interested in becoming a walk leader please let your local walk leader know, or phone or email the Wellbeing Walks Coordinator on 07341 462825 or email: healthwalks@easthants.gov.uk


Rowlands Castle is located on the boundary between East Hampshire and West Sussex and is surrounded by beautiful countryside, easily accessed from the village. Many people start their walks here, returning to enjoy a meal in our lovely pubs and café. The growth of the village can be charted over time through maps available on the National Library of Scotland website. Other maps can be found in the Rowlands Castle Local Landscape Character Assessment and Parish Plan 2008-2018

Village Map from 1880

Location and Topography

Flood Risk

Parish Boundary

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