Cricklade boasts being the first town that the Thames passes through on its way to London, At this part of its journey the river is small and lazy drifting, as it does through the Cotswold water park. That creates easy riverside strolling through some great meadows and scenery, with lots of wildlife to photograph, should that be your hobby.
Along the way, you’ll meet other business people and chat in a relaxed and, quite literally, open environment that builds deep understanding, These events always create opportunities for business and for building understanding, knowledge, and trust for each other.
The walking will be gentle, about 6 miles in total, never at pace, so as to be accessible to all.
South Cerney - Ashton Keynes - South Cerney: South Cerney
Arrive in South Cerney (not far from the M4) by 10:00 for a briefing and we'll start the walk at 10:30 am sharp, Walking for roughly 2:30 hours before breaking for a pub lunch. We are in Britain so check the forecast before you set out. Rain will not stop us!
From the A419 Swindon to Cirencester road, take the B4696, signposted to Ashton Keynes. The walk starts from a picnic area and car park, which you will come to after about two miles on the left-hand side. Just before the picnic area, you will pass Fridays Ham Lane on the left, signposted to Waterhay.
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