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A pleasant, peaceful and adventurous walk through beautiful undulating Cotswold countryside with a couple of hidden treasures to discover on the way. The walk starts at the ancient Saxon town of Winchcombe, from here we amble along past Sudeley castle once the home to Queen Katherine Parr, the last surviving queen to King Henry the VII. We then follow the Windrush way path until we come to the isolated water hatch (the ruins of a old English water mill) with Beesmoor brook flowing out over its static iron wheel, quite a rare nostalgic look into Gloucestershires past. It’s then on through Spoonley woods to find the sheltered remains of a roman mosaic still partially laid, still amazing to look at after all these years. In the final stage we return through fields adjacent to Sudeley lodge in all its glory, then back to the charming castle.


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