Magazine Walks

Hampshire Walk – March 2016

Head to the small village of East Worldham, which is home to some picturesque houses, the Church of St Mary the Virgin which dates from the 13th century and a pub – The Three Horseshoes, for a South Downs National Park wander. After setting out from the village the walk follows part of the Hangers […]

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Hampshire Walk – February 2016

The New Forest, or the Nova Foresta as it was known in the Domesday Book, is a unique and captivating landscape of open heath and ancient woodland tucked into south-west Hampshire. ‘Created’ by William the Conqueror in 1079 as a royal hunting ground, the New Forest has, for the last 900 years, owed its very

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Berkshire Walk – January 2016

Head to picturesque Cookham, which lies alongside the River Thames – England’s longest and most famous river – for a winter wander. Cookham’s claim to fame, is the English painter, Sir Stanley Spencer, who spent most of his life in Cookham and used scenes from the village as the background to many of his paintings.

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Hampshire Walk – January 2016

The North Hampshire Downs, to the west of Basingstoke, forms the southern edge of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which encompasses a large tract of unspoilt rolling chalk downland, an open landscape that offers some great walks as you’ll discover on this walk. The route heads down a peaceful wooded

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