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In addition further information on access restrictions can be found on the MOD byelaws page and the firing notices.
Location details and access opportunities and restrictions for Barton Road, Southwest Cambridge, between Barton and Comberton.
For a walk along a brook, through a meadow and a small willow Carr please see “Related pages/documents” for details around Watton Brook.
Access is not allowed when the red flags situated at each end of the walk are flying.
Leek and Upper Hulme Training Area is an upland area, comprising heather moorland and upland pasture on the southern edge of the Peak District National Park (part of the land is leased on a long term basis from the National Park Authority).
The overall aspect is of an open and windswept moor, providing an area of rugged wilderness.
Much of the estate is within the Leek Moors Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
A public right of way follows the northern and western boundaries of the site. Public rights of way, including footpaths and bridleways, run through parts of the Ranges and Training Area. Red flags are flown during day and red lamps are lit at night during live firing periods during which time access is prohibited to the live firing Range Danger Area.
The Friday Woods Dry Training Area is a very popular area for local dog walkers.