Sedgeberrow - Ashton Under Hill - Sedgeberrow

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A mixed walk in the Vale of Evesham, much of it in the flat countryside below Bredon Hill, but also climbing up the hill, partly through forest and woodland.

Sedgeberrow is a large village in the Vale of Evesham , just a few miles south of Evesham. It is a very old village, and has some very old and attractive buildings, mixed up with more modern housing. The walk is mostly flat at first, following the River Isbourne then across fields, passing an attractice pond with small island along the way.

The nature of the walk then changes, as it starts to climb Bredon Hill, and through woodland and forest, passing around a very attractive and isolated cottage in the middle of the forest. After a fairly steep descent, Ashton Under Hill is reached, entering the village via the attractive church. Thatched cottages, and a 15th century stone cross surround the church. From the village, the walk meets up with the Wychavon Way, and follows it back to Sedgeberrow.

England - Central England - Worcestershire - Countryside

Features

Church, Flowers, Great Views, Lake/Loch, Pub, Public Transport, River, Wildlife, Woodland

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