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Places to Walk

A visit to The Nature Discovery Centre

A visit to The Nature Discovery Centre

I recently went for a walk and visit to The Nature Discovery Centre in Thatcham and have to say I was really impressed with the Wildlife Trusts site. I went mid-week, during term time and met my parents for a social distanced walk and picnic. The weather was a mixture of sunshine and showers which was kind to us during our picnic. It’s a lovely family friendly destination and I look forward to going back with my husband and the kids soon.  What is at the Nature Discovery Centre? The Nature Discovery Centre is made up of a series of…
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Trails in Berkshire

Trails in Berkshire

There are a number of trails in Berkshire which you can take part in, many of which are free of charge. Several which are permanent features, others are 'pop-up trails' which generally take place in the school holidays. If you have found this information useful why not join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list? Why not follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook? October Half Term 2020 Trails Binfield Scarecrow Hunt 2020, Binfield Village, 24th October 2020 – 1st November 2020. Maps at £3 each, available from Crema Coffee Shop, Foxes’ Den Cafe and Binfield Village Stores. Click here for more information. St Michael’s School…
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Walks in Bracknell Forest

Walks in Bracknell Forest

There are plenty of fantastic walks in Bracknell Forest. The vary from woodland walks, to walks by water and in open spaces. Check them out below: Walks in Bracknell Forest Click each of the links below to read more about each walk. Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater This walk takes you along the River Blackwater and through Shepherd Meadows in Sandhurst. You can also include a trip to Sandhurst Memorial Park as part of your walk. Peacock Meadows Peacock Meadows is in Bracknell and is made up of 36 hectares of open space, the wild flower meadows and wildlife are…
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A visit to Aldermaston Wharf

A visit to Aldermaston Wharf

We took a visit to Aldermaston Wharf, which is home to part of the Kennet and Avon Canal and just 1.5 miles away from Aldermaston in West Berkshire. What did we see and do at Aldermaston Wharf? After parking the car (details below), we went straight to find the canal. From the car park we walked through the grounds of the quaint Aldermaston Tea Rooms garden which had a one way system from the car park. Then we were immediately on the canal.  Aldermaston Tea Room First of all we turned right and walked up to the electric lifting bridge…
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Walking at Finchampstead Ridges

Walking at Finchampstead Ridges

When we went for a walk at Simon’s Wood we also discovered Finchampstead Ridges on the map, so decided to go walking at Finchampstead Ridges on a separate occasion, as we noticed there were several ‘vantage points’ identified on the map and were keen to go and check out the view. Where did we walk? From the lay-by where you park, we headed onto the heathland to the left of the car. Here there was a stone which showed you how far away local town were. Then we walked directly ahead to one of the vantage points and my eldest…
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Walking to The Copper Horse

Walking to The Copper Horse

I have been meaning to go walking to The Copper Horse at one end of the Long Walk in Windsor Great Park for several years now and just never made it happen. However, I finally did it and will be going back to walk there again very soon. About the walk The walk is long and flat, with a buggy in tow and a stop at The Copper Horse to admire the view and for my little one to have a bit of an explore out of the buggy it took us about 2 hours to walk from the car…
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Walking at Simon’s Wood, Finchampstead

Walking at Simon’s Wood, Finchampstead

Several Berkshire Mummies readers suggested I went walking at Simon’s Wood, Finchampstead - thank you to everyone who recommended this walk to me, we loved our visit. During our walk at Simon’s Wood it was wonderful to be fully immersed in the woods - with tall trees, thick woodland and well defined paths.  From the free car park we entered the woods where there was a wooden sign saying Centenary Trail, we could have taken alternative routes however. Once in the woods we followed the green arrows, which marked out the Centenary Trail for us. The trail arrows took us through…
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AD – Review // A Goring Gap Wildlife Walk

AD – Review // A Goring Gap Wildlife Walk

Disclaimer: Berkshire Mummies was gifted this experience in exchange for a honest review. We had the fantastic opportunity one sunny Monday morning in July 2020 to go on a Goring Gap Wildlife Walk with our guide Steve. This is a business which has been born out of lockdown and for us it was great chance to explore a part of the Thames Path we had not walked along before. How do the Goring Gap Wildlife Walks work? A few days before going on the family walk, Goring Gap Wildlife Walks sent me an email confirming our walk, time, where to…
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Geocaching

Geocaching

Have you been Geocaching before? Geocaching is 'the world's largest treasure hunt' and is a free activity; outdoors, lots of fun and great fun for the whole family. We have been several times now and really enjoy the challenge of finding a geocache.  What do I need to go Geocaching? All you need to do is to create an account on the Geocaching website or download and sign up to the app which gives you access to the Geocaching map. Click here for more details. How does Geocaching work? Once you have the Geocaching app, you can search the app…
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Walking at Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater, Sandhurst

Walking at Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater, Sandhurst

We went walking at Shepherd Meadows and River Blackwater, Sandhurst on a sunny summer Sunday afternoon. It was such a delightful place to walk. The walk at Shepherd Meadows is linked at one end to neighbouring Sandhurst Memorial Park to the south of Sandhurst.  Where did we walk? From the car park (see postcode at the bottom of this post) we walked over a playing field until we met the River Blackwater. We then found a bridge where people were feeding the ducks, that were swimming in the river (so don’t forget to take some bread) as you might have the…
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