The Broomway Walks 2016


2016 Guided Broomway Walk

The first known & recorded name 'The Broomway' was in 1419, but it is thought that this access to Foulness was there long before records started. We have organised a guided walk along the Broomway on the east side of Foulness in the mouth of the River Thames. We meet at Wakering Stairs   for the 3 mile guided walk to Asplins Head. Then if not to muddy go           ashore for a short break before returning back to Wakering.                Duration 4 hours approximately.

You will need wellington boots for the Broomway.

Extra walk Sunday 20th March 2pm to 6pm

Saturday 2nd April noon to 4pm   Full.

Sunday 17th April 2pm to 6pm    Full.

Saturday 30th April 10am to 2pm    Full.

Saturday 14th May 10.30am to 2pm   Full.

Saturday 21st May 4pm to 8pm

Sunday 5th June 4 30pm to 8 30pm Full

Sunday 12th June noon to 4pm Full

please email if interested booking essential

Other dates to follow

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£12.00 each payable on the day.


Booking and tall wellington boots essential

It is unwise to walk the Broomway alone, the surface is changing on every tide and cannot be trusted.

This is a dangerous place, as some people have found out for themselves.

Please note all trips along the Broomway are very weather dependent and may be cancelled at short notice.


The Swin - August 2014                                           Ordnance found along the Broomway 2015


Broomway walking back to wakering Stairs phograghs by Toni Dawson 2016




Contact Details

Nature Break Wildlife Cruises
6 Little Oxcroft
SS15 6NP

Tel: 01268 491540