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West Berkshire

In fourteen Parts, from Lambourn to Windsor. Note that the web pages were last updated in 2005-2006.


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'Exploring the footpaths and bridleways in the parish of Bucklebury.'


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'Rolling countryside, with generally very gentle climbs and descents throughout.'


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'As well as nearly £1m already donated to West Berkshire Council towards the restoration of the Common, the Trust has more recently awarded the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife T ...
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'A picturesque and historic village lying between the Kennet and Enborne rivers, four miles west of Newbury in West Berkshire. The name applies to a Saxon manor, a church parish of twelfth-century ...
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'There are many other interesting walks in the countryside around the town. The canal towpath provides gentle level walks into open countryside both to the east and west. The 200 acres of the Commo ...
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'The five circular walks described here each has a different character and between them they cover the ...
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'Written in connection with the Newbury Pub Ambling Group (NPAmG) aka the Wednesday Walking Group. This started in the 1970s, when some employees of a Government defence establishment not ...
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'A unique and spectacular landscape that includes tranquil open downland, ancient woodland and chalk streams in the centre of southern England.'


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'As you enter the church of St Mary the Virgin, you are greeted by a remarkable sight – nine reclining stone giants. This is the De La Beche family, usually called the “Aldworth Giants”. They were ...
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'The Way has been divided into 8 sections, each providing a really good day-out. Choose between water meadows or tidal marshes, riverbank picnics or cosy pubs, steep hills with exhilarating views o ...
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'Start - Inkpen Beacon - Burghclere - North Oakley - Deane - Dummer - Brown Candover - New Alresford - Cheriton - Droxford - Hambledon - Denmead - Bedhampton - Emsworth - End.'

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'Our walking maps have been carefully drawn to show road crossing points, underpasses and short-cuts, with routes colour-coded to show the suitability of paths for all users. Maps are available for ...
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The West Berkshire Countryside Society 'exists to promote the understanding, appreciation and conservation of the West Berkshire Countryside; we also learn, and get to have a lot of fun, w ...
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'Nestling in the heart of beautiful Berkshire downland, West Ilsley is the quintessential English village. Its thriving community, the stunning scenery & rich local history dating back to beyon ...
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