I travelled to Maltby. and walked to the footpath which starts at the back of the churchyard and goes for half a mile through the woods and along the edge of a field to Hooton Levitt.
I didn't photograph anything at Hooton Levitt, but this was the view as I was leaving and heading over to Carr.
I briefly walked along the road until I reached a footpath which climbs up a hill and then goes down into the valley at Brookhouse.
I then needed to climb again, up the road that goes to Laughton-en-le-Morthen. The church is located at the beginning of the village and so I decided to take a quick photo before taking a path which loops round to the west, going near to Castle Hill. There were no obvious remains of a castle to be seen, but further along this path when I stopped and turned around there was a lovely view of the church steeple and surrounding buildings.
I arrived at the church at Throapham, to the south of Laughton.
I then headed east across the fields and a lovely sunken lane for two miles to Letwell.
I continued to Langold, where I finished the walk.