Health Walks

Published on August 24th, 2017 | by Keith McClellan


Aynho Long Walk 24th August 2017

Perfect weather for our walk today which is perhaps why there were 16 of us. We welcomed Nicky, a new walker for us, and Max now with Dawn. We set off down Green Lane, quite muddy at the top but once past the business area and the caravan parked further on the track became drier. We continued down to Lower Walton Grounds, crossed the stream and continued round to the track out to Kings Sutton. We took the footpath alongside the cottages and climbed up the newly harrowed field to the copse and crossed the field ahead diagonally and emerged into College Lane and Kings Sutton village. From here we crossed the green and took a series of paths round the back of the village. By the railway station we took the steep path up the slope and followed the meadow round to the lane which emerges on the road to Aynho.  A few yards back towards the village took us to the path across the field to the sewage farm and from there we crossed harvested fields to Lower Walton Grounds and then up over the great curving hill to the Dad’s Army hut and back along the Charlton Road to the pavilion. Kathy had left some coffee and tea there and some biscuits, so a few of us took due advantage. Please come back Anita. 6.1 miles.

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Keith loads contributions from the Writers Group and writes the blog with photo for the long Health Walks.

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