Middle Tysoe - Shenington Circular

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This picturesque walk starts in the quiet village of Tysoe by The Peacock pub. A short walk along the main street and past the church then follows field-paths with extensive wildflowers, before joining the Macmillan Way and climbing up the Cotswold escarpment. Then it follows farm tracks and field-paths, slowly descending a beautiful valley before a short climb up into Shenington. Stop at the The Bell Inn, an excellent and popular pub. Leaving Shenington, walk past the airfield, the secret location where Frank Whittle's first jet-powered plane was tested. You may now see gliders using the airfield. After passing through field-paths and a large wood, descend back into Tysoe.

England - Central England - Warwickshire - Cotswolds


Church, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Industrial Archaeology, Pub, Wildlife, Woodland

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