Tuesday 25 July – Bradford on Avon Walkers are Welcome monthly walk.
Leaving 9.30 am from the War Memorial in Westbury Gardens, next to the Town Bridge – BA15 1DE
A walk of around 5.5 miles. It will mainly follow the Inner Circuit of the Walking Wheel, so never too far from the Town Centre. There are no stiles but there will be a couple of climbs and steps.
There will be no cafe stop en route but plenty of choice nearby when back in Westbury Gardens.
Box Parish Monthly Walk
Starts 10:00 am from the free car park at Selwyn Hall, Valens Terrace, Box, SN13 8NT.
The walk is approximately 5 miles and takes about 3 hours around the various footpaths of Box Parish. There may be hills and stiles.
Bring a mid morning snack. Lunch is available after the walk at the Bengal Bear.
Not suitable for pushchairs.
Led by Sid Gould
Corsham Wanderers – July Walk
The next ramble, the ‘Lavender Walk’, is on Sunday 16th July and starts from the Rose & Crown PH at Hinton Charterhouse, Nr Bath BA2 7SN at 10 am.
By kind permission of the pub, parking is allowed in the upper car park.
The ramble is approx. 10 miles and visits the lavender farm at Faulkland.
Please bring a picnic lunch.
Optional post-walk refreshments in the pub.
Corsham walkers can meet in the Co-op car park, Newlands Road at 9.15 am to car share.
Can walkers needing a lift please first check with their driver the return arrangements.
The footpaths, bridleways and country lanes beckon us again on Friday, 7th July.
Please meet at 10:00 hrs on The Green, Biddestone for a walk of about 8 miles.
Suggest bringing snack/picnic.
St. Bartholomew’s Walking Group
Starts 10:00 am at the Fox & Hounds pub, Colerne, SN14 8DB
ST 818 711. Map square B9.
Parking is at the pub or adjacent Constitutional Club.
The 5 mile walk takes approx 3 hours around the various footpaths of Colerne Parish.
Lunch is available at the Fox and Hounds. Bring a mid morning snack.
Not suitable for pushchairs.
At the walk finish there will be opportunity to donate to the Cotswold Countryside Fund, enabling the Cotswold Voluntary Wardens to maintain stiles, paths and dry stone walls.
Led by Cotswold Wardens: Russell Harding & Sid Gould
The media techicians at Corsham Television have produced this brilliant video from footage and photos taken by friends of Corsham Walking Festival.
More photos will appear soon on our website 2017 Gallery page. Enjoy!
Corsham Walking Festival 2017 video is right here.
Many thanks to the local businesses who donated prizes for the charity raffle held at the festival’s evening supper and quiz event:
The Corsham Co-op, Corsham Hardware, The Corsham Greengrocer, The Little Kitchen, All The Pretty Things, Previous, Imperial Garden, Toby Haynes Butchers, Barnett Brothers, The Corsham Bookshop, Corsham Deli, Angle Picture Framing, Viva La Pizza, Daisy Chain, The Factory Shop.
You will have received our online survey form, and your feedback helps us improve the festival each year.
We are aware of a problem with the survey which prevents selection of more than walk number. If you did go on more than one walk, please select one and then give the other numbers in the comments box.
Many thanks for your help with this.
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Yes, it really has completely sold out. If you are feeling rather miserable about this, ask the Pound to put you on a waiting list in case of cancellations.
If you need to cancel your booking for a festival event, please inform the Pound Arts Centre (01249 701628) and if your place is filled you will receive a refund.
For last minute cancellations please call Festival HQ on – 07949 122119. Thank you.
We would be eternally grateful if you could send us your favourite festival photos to:
If using a phone camera – best to hold it horizontally apparently.
And if you could shoot mini videos – perhaps friends and family talking about their festival experience, that would be utterly fantastic, just a few seconds will do. Of course, we don’t want your walks to be held up while snapping – but the start, finish and any breaks might be good opportunities.
So get creative, use your imagination – and most of all let it be fun!
The fabulous folk at Corsham Television will glue it all together and make a little promotional film about the Corsham Walking Festival.
Thank you everyone for all your support!