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Walks for New Years Day in Berkshire

Walks for New Years Day in Berkshire

Here are some walks for New Years Day in Berkshire which you might like to try. New Years Day is a great day to get out in the fresh air after the festivities of New Years Eve. If you are looking for Buggy Friendly Walks, do click here and if you would like to do a walk where you can get a warm drink on or near the walk, click here. If you find this blog post useful make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list, follow Berkshire Mummies on Facebook and Instagram and share with friends and family who might also find it useful. New Years…
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Autumn Walks in Berkshire

Autumn Walks in Berkshire

Autumn is a lovely time of year to get out and about and stretch your legs. Wrap up warm and take in the beautiful Berkshire Autumnal colours, take a little bag and collect some conkers, acorns, sticks and leaves and enjoy the fresh air and picturesque surroundings. We have been of plenty of walks in the area - here are some of our favourites. If you found this blog post of interest make sure you sign up to the mailing list and follow Berkshire Mummies on Instagram and Facebook. Lily Hill Park in Bracknell is made up of 23 hectares of public open space with…
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A walk at Allens Field in South Ascot

A walk at Allens Field in South Ascot

On 23rd March 2019 we went for a family walk at Allens Field, South Ascot, having never been here before. We went on a Saturday lunchtime and did not see anyone else walking there, so it was very peaceful and we were able to enjoy seeing our first bees of the year and two bright yellow moths / butterflies. Allens Field consists of woodland, wet woodland and grassland space. During our walk we just made up our own route to explore. There is a map in the car park to help guide you around the 9.5 hectare site and threw…
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Winter Walks in and around Berkshire and a Warm Drink

Winter Walks in and around Berkshire and a Warm Drink

Here are several walks in Berkshire and the surrounding area where you can walk and also grab a hot drink. Click the links below for more information about each of the walks. If you find this blog post useful make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list, follow Berkshire Mummies on Facebook and Instagram and share with friends and family who might also find it useful. Where in Berkshire can I walk and get a warm drink? Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island, Maidenhead We really enjoy strolling around Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island - it's a lovely…
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A walk at Frost Folly

A walk at Frost Folly

*The photos in this blog post were taken in July 2019. Please note, this year some of the footpaths are currently fenced off to protect the nesting birds but you can still witness the beautiful daisies. *Please note Frost Folly changes by season with different wildflowers and plants appearing at different times. Frost Folly Country Park is part of the Warfield Parish in Bracknell Forest and consists of wildflower meadows, ponds and the opportunity to walk to Warfield Church if desired, otherwise there are plenty of paths to explore within the meadows themselves, we really enjoy a walk at Frost…
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Walking at Dorney Wetlands

Walking at Dorney Wetlands

We recently went walking at Dorney Wetlands which is on a section of The Jubilee River which runs from Maidenhead to Windsor. The river is a 7.2 mile man-made flood relief channel which was was completed in 2002 the year of the Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee, hence the name Jubilee River. If you find this blog post useful make sure you join the Berkshire Mummies mailing list, follow Berkshire Mummies on Facebook and Instagram and share with friends and family who might also find it useful. Where did we walk? From the car park (looking at the river) we headed right down the river path.…
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10 things to do at The Look Out in Bracknell

10 things to do at The Look Out in 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 things to do at The Look Out in Bracknell. Please read the Look Out's Covid update before travelling. 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. You must pre-book the park. 5) Go to The Look Out Discovery Centre. 6) Have a…
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Walking at Braywick Nature Reserve

Walking at Braywick Nature Reserve

We really enjoyed walking at Braywick Nature Reserve in Maidenhead, it makes a lovely family walk. You can park for free in the car park on Hibbert Road which takes you directly into the Formal Park area. There are some beautiful trees and benches dotted around and open green space to enjoy. Where did we walk? When we walked at Braywick Nature Reserve we walked through the Formal Park and past the cemetery on our left. We then followed the path out of the Formal Park keeping to our left and found some wonderful wooden sculptures, which the children really…
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Walking at Cantley Park

Walking at Cantley Park

We recently went walking at Cantley Park in Wokingham. The park is made up of park land which is lovely to walk around. It is also home to Cantley Theatre and Cantley Park Sports which offers tennis courts, football pitches and archery. In the middle of Cantley Park you can find Cantley House Hotel. There is also a children's play area and free parking. Where did we walk? As we entered the car park we parked in the car parking spaces to our right. From the car park we walked in the field next to the car park and followed…
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Walking at Larks Hill and Cabbage Hill, Bracknell

Walking at Larks Hill and Cabbage Hill, Bracknell

Walking Larks Hill and Cabbage Hill, Bracknell can be done as two separate walks or one combined walk. We have done this walk in several different guises during different seasons. For the purpose of this blog post I will talk about our walk from Larks Hill to Cabbage Hill but will give information of two car parks as you can start the walk in reverse if you wish.  Cows at Larks Hill in August 2020 About the walk Larks Hill is made up is 16.5 acres of open space and can be found off Harvest Ride in Warfield, Bracknell. The…
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