We left Elton from River End, past the disused watermill (dangerous building, keep out), over the lock and footbridge , and followed the river for almost a mile, past a footbridge, and on until the path turned left (north-west) across several fields. Conditions were a little damp - mainly from long wet grass near the river, and sticky mud over the fields.
We reached the road at Nassington, and were pleased to pause even though we had walked little more than two miles.
We were able to have a look inside.
|Nassington church from Woodnewton Road|
|Onwards and upwards in sunshine|
|Barry leads us into the woods|
We could see Fotheringhay church over to our right.
|Distinctive but very distant|
|Plenty of water in the Nene, and clouds looming|
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