PROGRAMME OF WALKS
SPRING 2018 PROGRAMME
Wednesday 11th April 10.30 am Winslow.
Meet and park in lay-by near Furzton School on Verney Road. MK18 3BL. Walking to Addington on field paths then returning on Cross Bucks Way. 7 stiles, some livestock including horses. 4 miles.
Saturday 14 th April 10.30 am STOKE GOLDINGTON.
Meet outside Lamb Pub in main street GR 837487. Walking west from village and along Dag Lane to pass through Stokepark Wood and return past church. Only 2 stiles. 4 miles.
Sunday 22 April 2.00 pm PADBURY.
Meet at junction Main Street / Station Road / West Furlong, on small triangular grassy area MK18 2BH
GR 716304. Walking for a mile along the Padbury Brook to Kingsbridge, back via Padbury Hill Farm.
Saturday 28th April 2.00pm. WOUGHTON Milton Keynes
Meet in car park on right hand side of Newport Road. GR877383.Turn left off Standing Way H8, just after crossing canal east of Netherfield roundabout. Walking Ouzel Valley to Willen Lake, returning via Tree Cathedral. 4.5 miles
Saturday 5th May 10.00am MENTMORE
Meet and park carefully by the green.GR907196 Sat Nav LU7 0QF. Walking towards Ledburn on field paths, tracks, short road sections then to canal towpath, passing by Horton Lock and under the bridge where Great Train Robbery occurred. Returning to Mentmore. 6 miles
Saturday 12th May OUTING TO BURFORD
Departing from Elmfields, Winslow 8.45am.
Wednesday 16th May 10.00 am CALVERT JUBILEE NATURE RESERVE
Meet and park outside Calvert Green Village hall, Cotswold Way GR686240 MK18 2FJ. this is the main street of village. From Claydons take Brackley Lane into Cotswold Way. Level walking, maybe muddy, no stiles. Water fowl and woodland birds. 3miles.
Saturday19th May 10.00am STEEPLE CLAYDON
Meet at St Michaels Church GR 704267. Walking across fields to go through Claydon Estate then short road section. Level walking only 2 stiles. 4.5 miles
Saturday 26th May 10.30am PITSTONE HILL CAR PARK
Park and meet in the car park in Stocks Road between Ivinghoe and Aldbury HP23 5RZ GR 955149. Car share if you can. This is a two and half hour walk on good paths on the Ridgeway and through the woodlands of the Ashridge Estate taking in the Aldbury village on the way. There is one fairly steep climb. No stiles or livestock. Dogs welcome. 5.5 miles.