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A couple of updates on this walk. I will revise the walk when the development mentioned below is completed: - As you approach Piglittle Meadow, the path is diverted round the Amen Corner North building site. Follow the diversion and when you go through a gate by a Piglittle Meadow turn left to follow the path through a copse. When the path leaves the copse it climbs to the oak tree mentioned in the instructions. I think this diversion improves the walk. - When you reach the roundabout under the A329M I recommend that you follow the alternative route up London Road as the slip-road verge is currently overgrown. - Shortly after the instructions mention passing between concrete posts. There is now a shiny new kissing gate at this point.

Very noisy and uninteresting. Would be okay after lots of rain because most of route is on solid surfaces

This is a walk of two different halves. The first half of the walk is through countryside, with the second half through urban Bracknell. There are a few areas where you walk beside busy roads and care is needed. Give the walk a try and leave your feedback.

I did this walk on 18/11/18. After crossing the A3095 Pendry's lane was temporarily closed to pedestrians and a had to take a diversion that meant missing the ford and Wesley Mill. Otherwise a very enjoyable and easy to navigate walk.

Work has started on the car park at the point that this walk joins Wood Lane. It looks like a short section of path parallel to Forest Road and a short section of Wood Lane will be closed on days that they are working on the car park (until the end of August 2018). If the paths are closed when you do this walk, then follow Forest Road up hill to the junction with Terrace Road (roundabout). Turn left and follow Terrace Road South past Newbold College to the junction with Popeswood Road. Turn left along Popeswood Road passing the wood mentioned in the walk text. At the big roundabout cross Temple Way and then follow it a brief distance downhill to resume the walk opposite the end of Wood Lane. This diversion will add less than a mile to your walk and will give you several opportunities to get refreshments in Binfield.

Great walk and lots of lovely spring wildlife. Frost Folly will be the entry point to a new country park (a SANG - suitable alternative natural greenspace), and the new ponds are already attracting swallows, and dragonflies (chasers). There is also a nice café (Robyn's nest) in the garden centre near the start / finish. Where the route crosses a main road by the Shepherd's House pub, the garden centre is 100m to the right (west).

Frost Folly car park has been given a make over. as well, they have added picnic tables too. Looks great.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Enjoyed this walk (again) today. Autumn trees looked great in the sunshine. Our dog loves it although she is mainly on the lead for the walk.

We completed this walk in the last Saturday of January 2017. we really enjoyed the changing scenary and Ceasers Camp gave lovely views across the Berkshire countryside.


It's worth taking some time to look around both the buildings and the grounds of South Hill Park. It's really is a gem with formal gardens, a lake with a fountain, art galleries (free) and a bar/cafe.

This a great walk. The directions are excellent as well.

A really lovely walk down some well made lanes. Look out for bluebells in Spring and take in the beauty of English hedgerows. The Shepherds House pub is near the end so you can stop for some food and drink - there is a garden too if you have a dog with you.

Saturday, October 08, 2011

Hi Dulcie. No, nothing missing from the directions. I think the right turn you mean is the last sentence of the first paragraph? Maybe Finley was too busy hunting deer rather than reading the instructions properly?! I hope Finley had a lovely walk.