Welcome to the CMFA website
RESTART OF SUNDAY PARISH WALKS
We are pleased to be able to inform you that our monthly Sunday morning walks led by a CMFA volunteer will be back from September 5th. The walks start at 10.00 from outside St Mary's Church and are free for all. Expect a couple of hours walking on local paths -we advise you wear appropriate walking shoes or boots.
WALKS THROUGH THE GLEN CARAVAN PARK
Over the next few months, some repairs are going to be carried out to the wall alongside the footpath through the Glen Caravan Park. Occasionally, during that time, it will be safer for all if the path is not used. An alternative route through the site will be made available and signposted.
CMFA maintains footpaths up to 5 miles around Cleobury Mortimer, clearing overgrown routes and putting in gates, stiles, fingerposts etc to make footpaths more accessible.
We are part of a network of volunteer groups in Shropshire and are supported by the Council’s staff. See Footpaths Work
For more information about us, including how to join CMFA see About Us.
Our members lead a range of group walks. These include:
Short Walking for Health walks for the little less able.
Local Parish Walks of about 2 hours on Sunday mornings.
Longer Social Walks away from Cleobury.
The walk guides are available to download or to purchase and they all can now be downloaded to your phone. Please go to the Walk Leaflets page of this website.
PROBLEMS ON FOOTPATHS IN THE AREA:
We cannot keep track of problems that may arise on footpaths throughout the area, but will post here and on our Facebook page when we know of new issues. If you discover a problem please let us know by emailing
When walking in the countryside, please follow the Countryside Code. This link will open an informative leaflet on the code itself and gives plenty of information on the need for control of your dog, respecting the privacy of land owners and other matters.
Walkers Are Welcome
Cleobury Mortimer is a WAW town having been recognised nationally as a place for visitors to come to enjoy the outdoors, bringing at the same time benefits to the local economy. Footpaths and facilities for walkers are maintained in good condition, and visitors are assured of a warm welcome in the pubs, cafes, shops and accommodation that display the logo. For more information about WAW towns in Shropshire please click here
Latest WAW newsletter (June) can be read here