Walks in West Berkshire

Walking in the Great West Berkshire Countryside- Walk –  Breathe – Relax. What is there not to enjoy?

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Englefield Stores and Tearooms Englefield is a pretty little village and while visiting, there are other places and things to do in …

A Cake Walk

Cake Walk A walk to explore the landscape history and wildlife along the County Boundary northwest of Hungerford. Starting and finishing at …

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Bluebells Bluebells are native to western Europe with the UK being a species stronghold. They’re associated with ancient woodlandand are often used …

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Rookwood Farm House, Newbury – open on certain dates • Gardens • No Comments Rookwood Farm House, Newbury; a plant lovers paradise …

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The aim of the Berkshire Garden Trust is : “To identify, understand, appreciate, and promote the conservation of historically significant designed landscapes in Berkshire…” “enjoying and caring for our garden heritage, now, and for future generations” We are proud of the rich heritage of historic parks and gardens

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A few years ago the Old Rectory, Farnborough was voted ‘the most beautiful Old Rectory in England’ by Country Life magazine.

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The Gardens at Sandham Memorial The gardens at Sandham are made up of two distinct areas. The orchard and meadow at the …

Walking for Health

West Berkshire has 12 regular led health walks for people of all abilities, especially those who are inactive or do little physical activity.

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Winter Walks

About Loddon Nature Reserve Basildon Park The Chase, East Woodhay Badbury, Swindon Buscot House The Vyne, Tadley  On a crisp winter’s day, …

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Snowdrop Walks

About Swyncombe Church, Nr. Henley Kingston Bagpuize House, Nr. Abingdon Waterperry Gardens Welford Park Warburg Nature Reserve Snowdrop weekends are generally held …

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Dog friendly walks in West Berkshire.Feel like stretching your legs and taking your four legged friend and family for a leisurely walk? …

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Wild Walks

Enjoy a Wild Walk with BBOWT All these circular routes take you through at least one BBOWT nature reserve as well as …

Avery’s Pightle, Newbury Audrey’s Meadow Bowdown Woods Bucklebury Common Chawridge Bank Decoy Heath Avery’s Pightle is one of Berkshire’s few remaining unspoiled …

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Enjoying Autumn Colour in and Around West Berkshire Basildon Park Visiting a woodland is great for both body and soul. An autumn …

GG Wildlife Experiences with Steve Gzodz Find beautiful bird walks in West Berkshire with GG wildlife experiences and Steve Gozdz. From bespoke …

GG Wildlife Walks West Berkshire Villagers | Events | What’s On | Things to Do This is a 2 – 2.5 hour …

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An Evening Owl Spotting Experience This is a 2 – 2.5 hour wildlife walk experience in Streatley, along a route that was …

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Marsh Common, in Weston, near Welford has undergone a considerable transformation since the parish council voted to take our its maintenance in …

Greenham Common

Greenham Common

Greenham and Crookham Commons form the largest continuous tract of open heath in Berkshire.

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We are informed that Wyld Court Alpacas have moved out of the West Berkshire Area now.  you might like to try Rose …

“Our passion is Wildlife, sharing knowledge and creating amazing experiences” “The Bird Whisperer” The founder and MD Steve Gozdz has always had …

About The Watermill Tours A 12th Century family house and farming estate tucked in beside the Thames in the heart of a …

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About Food They want to make it as easy as possible for you to visit Basildon Park and enjoy their 400 acres …

Walks in West Berkshire

Aldworth is a beautiful rural village, close to the famous Ridgeway.

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Sometimes it can be difficult to find information about accessible outdoor areas, what do we have available in West Berkshire?

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