Wildflower Wonderland in East Devon

The 70-acre Goren Farm, tucked in the rolling East Devon countryside, is home to some lovely flower-rich meadows. In collaboration with the National Garden Scheme the farm is open to the public with the proceeds going to charity. Paths cut through the meadows allow you to wander through the fields, enjoying the wildflowers, wildlife and […]

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A walk over Golden Cap

Enjoy spectacular views from the Golden Cap – highest point on Britain’s southern coastline; the name comes from the warm yellow sandstone that caps the top of the cliff. From this lofty location at 191m (627ft) the views stretch out along the Jurassic Coast – to the east along Chesil Beach to the tip of

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Article – New Forest

A new article – Walking in the enchanted New Forest – is now available online at Cicerone Extra. Take some time out to explore the New Forest, a unique and captivating landscape of open heath and ancient woodland tucked into south-west Hampshire and south-east Wiltshire. You can read the full article here: https://www.cicerone.co.uk/the-enchanted-new-forest You can

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Book – Walking in the New Forest

A new edition of my guidebook – Walking in the New Forest – has been published by Cicerone and is available now at https://www.cicerone.co.uk/walking-in-the-new-forest-second, through local bookshops and online; for more information visit https://www.stevedavison.co.uk/book/walking-new-forest. The 30 walks in this guide – Walking in the New Forest – take you on a journey through Britain’s smallest

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Two Winter walks…

Two shorter routes to get you out in the fresh air over the winter period: a walk through artistic Cookham and a Cold War walk or cycle at Greenham Common. Walk 1 – An artist’s haunt The picturesque village of Cookham, which lies alongside the River Thames – England’s longest and most famous river –

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