Bilbrook Jubilee Walk 2 – Wobaston Road, Lawn Lane, Bridleway Bilbrook 7, through Clewley Coppice and Past Jaguar Land Rover. You may be surprised to learn that Jaguar Land Rover is in the Bilbrook Civil Parish and not Wolverhampton. Click here for a map of Bilbrook Jubilee Walk 2
Please note: There is no vehicular access to the i54 Site from the Wobaston Road.
Update: 30.08.2019 – Due to work taking place on the i54 Western Extension the route is being diverted from Middle Road further north. The Parish Council is awaiting an updated map from the developers.
Update: 14.05.20 – The footpath is currently closed near the M54 (top of the map) due to the i54 Western Extension works. It is expected to be re-opened mid-2021.
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Closure of Bridleway No 7 Bilbrook from 3rd December for 21 days
Begins at the junction of Pendeford Hall Lane with Middle Lane
Behind this is the site of Pendeford Hall, now a caravan park, which was once the seat of the Fowler family, the principal landowners in the area.
Proceeds along Middle Lane almost immediately crosses the course of a Roman road
Route follows Middle Lane and veers left with this
Walk is towards the M54
As this is approached the i54 industrial park is seen on the right
The perimeter of i54 is skirted as the route swings southwards
To the right is Clewley Coppice, a semi-natural woodland
This was associated with Clewley House, which once stood on the right of the walk
Wobaston Road is gained and the route swings right, skirting playing fields on both sides of the road
Further down on the right is a former Shooting Pit
A little past this the walk turns right along Pendeford Hall Lane, broadly following the course of the Roman road referred to above