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Family Walks

Walking at Windlesham Field of Remembrance

Walking at Windlesham Field of Remembrance

We recently went walking at Windlesham Field of Remembrance and it is a lovely location for a family morning or afternoon out. Windlesham is in Surrey and sits just over the border from Berkshire. What is at Windlesham Field of Remembrance? At Windlesham Field of Remembrance you will find large open fields surrounded by established trees plus a woodland walk, a play area and Fieldhouse Coffee which is a coffee shop and cafe. The cafe is open inside, for takeaway or click and collect. When we visited due to Covid restrictions you couldn't sit inside so we were served via…
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Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre

Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre

Have you discovered the Woodland Walk at the Pinewood Centre in Wokingham? As well as two large play areas there is a cafe, popular miniature railway, various clubs and activities, a playing field, allotments, picnic areas, a pond and woodland walk set in almost 18 acres. Where did we walk? From the car park we walk left toward the allotments and playing fields towards Dickies Pond.  On the way to the pond we discovered the Pinewood Trim Trail, which is in effect a free wooden fitness trail for 12 years plus in a woodland setting. From here we followed the path…
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Walks by Water in Berkshire

Walks by Water in Berkshire

There are lots of wonderful 'Walks by Water in Berkshire', whether it's walking by the River Thames, the Kennet and Avon Canal, a pond or lake. Here are some family friendly walks which we have tired and enjoyed. I have listed a number of walks below, click on the links for a more detailed blog post about each walk, with information about parking. Walks by Water in Berkshire Walking at Simon's Wood, Finchampstead The walk at Simon's Wood is predominately a woodland walk through a fantastic woodland, however it has a pond in the middle of it and makes a…
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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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Woodland Walks in Berkshire

Woodland Walks in Berkshire

Berkshire has many great walks to offer, including ones in the forest and woods. We have explored several and will continue to add Woodland Walks in Berkshire to this post as and when we discover them. Woodland Walks in Berkshire Finchampstead Ridges, Finchampstead This walk has spectacular views and there is also the opportunity to walk in woodland alongside heathland. Simon's Wood, Finchampstead Simon's Wood is a wonderful woodland walk through a beautiful woodland. In the middle of the wood is a large pond and there is also the Centenary Trail to follow. Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne Buckler's Forest is an…
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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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Walks in Windsor and Maidenhead

Walks in Windsor and Maidenhead

Family friendly walks in Windsor and Maidenhead The Copper Horse, The Long Walk, Windsor Great Park The walk to the Copper Horse along The Long Walk is a wonderful flat walk, it is long as the name suggests! However, the views of Windsor Castle are fantastic once you reach The Copper Horse and it feels like an achievement reaching the landmark. Walking from Bath Island to Windsor Bridge This is a walk with lots to see including great view of Windsor Castle. Don't forget some food to feed the birds on the River Thames. The walk is Buggy Friendly. Braywick…
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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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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. If you are looking for some Toddler Friendly Parks in Berkshire click here. Where can I find a good Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire? Boulter’s…
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Walking at Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

Walking at Buckler’s Forest, Crowthorne

Last week, during the week we went Walking at Buckler's Forest, Crowthorne. The walk is adjacent to a new housing estate, Buckler's Park which is still being built and covers 100 acres of forest, grasslands, heathland and ponds. The site was once the former Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) and on your walk you may see some existing features of the research site including the fire tower. The area to walk in felt vast with all the ponds and tall forest trees. There are a number of different set paths you could take and from the car park there were information…
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