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Walks with Cirencester ramblers (GR01) Cirencester ramblers

If you’re not yet a member you’re welcome to try a few walks with us for free.
Supporting us (from only £2-£3 per month) helps keep local footpaths open for everyone to walk.

Midweek Walks

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.0 mile easy walk.

We walk out of Hook Norton to Park Farm along country paths and crossing a ford to Cradle Farm and on to Cradle Barn. From there we head to Swerford Park Farm then back towards Hook Norton.

Weekend Walks

Join the Cirencester group for a 6.5 mile moderate walk.

Brockhampton, Sevenhampton and Whittington, rolling hills, woodland and possibly fine views. One refreshment stop.

Join the Cirencester group for a 6.0 mile leisurely walk.

Pleasant walk through mostly flat, open countryside. From Great Coxwell (NT tythe barn in the village) we walk to the NT working village of Coleshill and then return to Great Coxwell. At Coleshill there is a shop and café (if open) or the Radnor Arms for those wanting a meal afterwards.  One refreshment stop.

Join the Cirencester group for a 5.5 mile moderate walk.

An attractive walk through woodland much of which is along bridleways. Small detour to see Syde church. From Brimpsfield through picturesque woodland to visit 12C Syde church which still retains its gas lighting and box pews.  Through Caudle Green and Climperwell Wood and back to Brimpsfield.  One refreshment stop.

Join the Cirencester group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

From Shipston on Stour to St Dennis, Upper Brailes, Barcheston and back to Shipston on Stour.  Two refreshment stops.

Join the Cirencester group for a 10.0 mile strenuous walk.

A walk that includes Doverow Hill, Standish Woods & Haresfield Beacon. Some fine Severn views and beech woods in autumn.  Free car park in Stonehouse.  Two refreshment stops