Chancery Park is well-connected to the rest of Exning village for both walking and cycling; you’ll find walking routes along the main road (B1103), Oxford Street and Capel Street into Exning. With good pedestrian and cycle provision through the site, there is also a handy pedestrian and cycle only access to Queensway from the east end of Plover Place, which allows quick access to the local primary school, a nursery, dentist, Post Office and convenience store. Take a look at the local area map on the right for detailed walking and cycling times to key transport links and the village amenities.
For cycling, the National Cycle Route 51, connecting the south of Newmarket with Cambridge, goes right through the village. Whilst, the Regional Cycle Route 47 runs along the B1103 and connects Exning with the centre of Newmarket too. You’ll reach the nearest doctor’s surgery in roughly 10 minutes of cycling, whilst the local secondary school and supermarket are a bit further out, taking approximately 15 minutes by bike. For a detailed cycle route map of Exning and Newmarket, then head over to the Suffolk County Council website and download a copy for use at any time. The cycle route map is located here.
Stay fit and active, by exploring the local Exning area on foot. Head over to ramblers.org.uk and use their ‘Where do you want to walk?’ search feature by inputting your postcode or local area to find interesting walks near to Chancery Park.