The Kingfisher Way runs from Baldock to Tempsford and has been designed to make use of the Ivel Valley's railway stations allowing the route to be tackled as a whole or in stages. This section, from Biggleswade to Tempsford, provides a perfect introduction to the countryside and wildlife of the valley and passes several nature reserves with opportunities to see wildflowers, birds and insects native to the area.
Start Point: Franklin's Mill Biggleswade. From the station follow Station Road Bonds Lane and Mill Lane to Franklin's Mill. End Point: Roxton Lock, Tempsford. Start Nat GR: TL187448 Finish TL160534
How to get there by car/parking: Biggleswade is just off the A1 to the south of Sandy. Car parking is available at Biggleswade station. If you park in the station there is a fee to pay.
Walk Route: Biggleswade - Sandy - Blunham - Tempsford (of historical and of natural interest)