On 16th July 16 people set off from Sherston to do a 6.5 mile circular walk. Leaving the wide High Street they passed The Rattlebone Inn and turned right. A little way down the hill they took a flight of steps and continued along a path behind some houses. Crossing a field with a very friendly horse they reached a lane and soon crossed the River Avon to walk uphill through a wood. The route continued through Pinkney Park. They then walked across a field of lively bullocks viewing Easton Grey House in the distance. On reaching the village they stopped for a coffee stop next to the weir and some pretty cottages.
Leaving the village they found an overgrown path that led down to the river and a footbridge. This led onto the Fosseway, which they followed for about a mile. The walk continued along paths eventually reaching a racehorse gallop before continuing along lanes back into Sherston.
One of the many stiles encountred on the walk
Shirley, the Horse Whisperer
Yee Haa! John and Bob round up the cattle to let us through
Dogs only allowed to bark here with permission!
Weir on the River Avon at Easton Grey
Bridge over the River Avon