This year the Daffodil Weekend at Kempley offers top Spring Walks in England. All the walks have a local guide to explain the countryside and all start from St Edward’s Church Kempley. You will be able to get hot drinks at St Edwards Church prior to the early walks that start before refreshments open at the Village Hall.

You will need stout footwear and be fit enough to walk up to 5 miles and cross a number of stiles. Dogs are not encouraged and if you do bring them, they must be on a lead.

The morning walks are timed to return you to the village hall for lunch.

We look forward to welcoming you to our guided walks to view the daffodils.

Parking is available at owners' risk.

Walking Maps of the Daffodil Way and walks in Queenswood will be available for sale from the village hall and St Mary's Church. For more information please see here

If walks are not for you try the DAFF AND RIDE BUS running every 45 minutes from the village Hall from about 10.45am.

Ideal for families and for the older generation who want to see the wild daffodil fields in comfort and with guidance from a local guide. Trips are free but donations are welcomed.


Churches Orchards and Daffodil Meadows - Walk 2


Local Interest Walk


Secret Valley - Walk 1


Woodland Walks