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Buggy Friendly Walk

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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Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire

Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire

Since having our second child we have been re-discovering buggy friendly walks in Berkshire. They have been great to explore. It’s worth noting we walk with an off-road buggy and have only tested the below walks with this type of buggy. If you click the links below, they will each take you to a blog post, which has been written about each walk, providing pictures and more information and Berkshire Mummies experience of each walk. Where can I find a good Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire? Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead - Boulter's Lock and Ray Mill Island…
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Walking at Maidenhead Thicket & The Butterfly Trail

Walking at Maidenhead Thicket & The Butterfly Trail

We recently went walking at Maidenhead Thicket and The Butterfly Trail. The walk felt like a good adventure as there were plenty of different paths to take and some nature trail routes to find. We didn’t take one but this would be a lovely walk to take a picnic on as there is lots of open space and benches dotted around. The walk also is quite unique as to access the Maidenhead Thicket side of the walk from the car park off Henley Road you walk over a pedestrian motorway bridge. The bridge is a little disconcerting at first as you…
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Walking at Lily Hill Park in Bracknell

Walking at Lily Hill Park in Bracknell

We love walking at Lily Hill Park in Bracknell it is one of our favourite places to go for a family walk and adventure. The park is made up of 23 hectares of public open space which includes woodland areas, open green space, ponds, a boardwalk and sculptures plus plenty of wildlife and flowers. It’s also home to England’s longest picnic bench - carved from a single piece of wood. We park in the North Car Park which is free of charge and can be found off Lily Hill Road. Once parked we take either the path next to the…
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Walking at Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve, Crowthorne

Walking at Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve, Crowthorne

Whilst out running an errand in the February Half Term we planned to stop en-route to go walking at Wildmoor Heath Nature Reserve, Crowthorne, which is jointly owned by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust and Bracknell Forest. There is a car park (postcode: GU47 8PD) which was free of charge and it also had two picnic benches next to the car park. The nature reserve is a large 99 hectare lowland heath site which has a rich habitat for wildlife, including several rare species of birds - dogs must stick to paths and be kept on a lead…
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Visiting Mill Meadows, Henley-on-Thames

Visiting Mill Meadows, Henley-on-Thames

Despite being in Oxfordshire, Henley-on-Thames is just over the Berkshire boarder (approx 25 minutes / 30 minutes from Reading / Maidenhead) and worth a visit. It's not only a quaint town to visit but you can have some great walks along the river watching the boats and wildlife. We enjoy visiting Mill Meadows, Henley-on-Thames, its one of our favourite parts of the town. In terms of walking we generally head back from Mill Meadows towards the town for a walk, if we want a short walk we turn back at the bridge, by The Angel on the Bridge pub (this…
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Winter Walks in Berkshire and a warm drink

Winter Walks in Berkshire and a warm drink

Walks are an important part of our families lives, we exercise the dog daily but also just enjoy being outdoors in the fresh air, away from the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives. A chance to get some air in the lungs, watch the wildlife, spend some quality time together and make memories. We enjoy winter walks, especially on crisp cold winter days but we equally enjoy jumping in muddy puddles on rainy ones. Us adults sometimes will also treat ourselves to a hot drink after or during a walk at weekends as a little treat, this idea has…
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10 things to do at The Look Out, Bracknell

10 things to do at The Look Out, Bracknell

We really enjoy visiting The Look Out and Swinley Forest in Bracknell. There is plenty on offer for the family and our family just adore being in the woodland setting. Here are 10 ideas of things you could do whilst at The Look Out:- 1) Go for a Segway Ride 2) Complete a Go Ape course 3) Build a Den (there is a den building area next to the play area) 4) Discover the woodland play area 5) Go to The Look Out Discovery Centre 6) Have a Picnic (there are picnic tables next to the play area) 7) Go…
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Walking at Dorney Lake

Walking at Dorney Lake

Lake currently closed due to Covid-19. Dorney Lake is a 2,200m purpose built lake owned and financed by Eton College, set in 400 acres of parkland. The land includes an arboretum and nature conservation area. The lake was made for and used in the 2012 Olympics and still has its Olympic rings on display today. The lake is situated in Dorney, Buckinghamshire not far from Eton and Windsor. The lake can be accessed by the public for walking. When we visited there were lots of walkers with their children who were on their bikes and scooters as the paths around…
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A family walk in Marlow

A family walk in Marlow

We recently went for a family walk along the river at Marlow, Buckinghamshire. We parked in Higginson Park and walked along the tow path along the River Thames. The path was flat and well maintained with lots of families pushing buggies and walking dogs, there were a couple of well maintained bridges to walk over however. The walk was really scenic with views of Marlow Bridge and All Saints Church Bisham, across the water to look at. We fed the swans and ducks on the river during our walk and also watched the boats on the river. We also enjoyed…
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