From Honiton town centre: Walk along New Street and then turn left into Queen Street bearing right to reach and cross the railway bridge. Then turn right but do not go downhill, the Silver Jubilee entrance gates to The Glen will then be in front of you.
From Honiton railway station: A public footpath begins just above the railway bridge and runs uphill beside the railway embankment and then cutting. At the top turn right before reaching the Pine Park Road pavement and the Silver Jubilee entrance gates will be in front of you.
From the Copper Castle area: Alternative routes include walking down Pine Park Road and to avoid a kissing gate or steps, turn left into Parsonage Lane and then right via the Millennium Green. The alternative is to walk along Waterleat Avenue and go down the steps on the right as the Glen Bridge is reached and turn right again and then via the kissing gate on the left or continue to the Millennium Green to avoid the kissing gate.
From the Littletown area: Take the walkway at the junction of Littletown Road, Marlpits Lane and Lower Brand Lane. Cross Haydons Park and bear to the right and take a flight of steps into Avenue Mézidon-Canon, follow that road and turn right at Church Hill. Cross and continue to the right and then left through the walkway to Monmouth Way. Turn left into Glen Farm Crescent. The Glen is ahead and either take the path and steps to the left to The Lower Glen or turn right along the path and then left at Waterleat Avenue.
Lake Close provides a level link between Waterleat Avenue and Parsonage Lane.
Buses run along Waterleat Avenue.
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