Stow-on-the-Wold Farmer's Market
Plan your walking tour to visit the market on the second Thursday in the month.
This month enjoying April showers but in warmer temperatures - spring is coming!
AnneWalk the Landscape
The Oxfordshire Way in Autumn
Now that we are well into mid-summer and the main holidays are just about over, it's time to start thinking about how to enjoy the landscape in all it's autumn glory.
So why not join us to walk the Oxfordshire Way from 15th to 21st October?
This trail starts in Bourton-on-the-Water and wends it's way through the Oxfordshire countryside to Henley-on-Thames, passing through the Cotswolds, the Thames Valley and the Chiltern Hills along the route.
It moves from picturesque villages built from honey coloured Cotswold limestone
to the beech woods of the Chiltern escarpment, with their secluded villages in flint and brick architecture
and prosperous towns along the River Thames.
We arrange B&B and luggage transfer, seek out good pubs to relax in for dinner after a good day's walk and our guide ensures your holiday is trouble free.
A golden landscape
of ripening wheat
and deep green hedgerows
with mature rape
and bright red hollyhocks
The Oxford Canal Walk
Fancy a totally relaxing and contemplative break with a bit of gentle exercise on the side? Then the Oxford Canal Walk is well worth considering.
This trail runs between the cathedral cities of Coventry and Oxford, through the peaceful Warwickshire and North Oxfordshire countryside and the market town of Banbury. It follows the canal for 77 miles and the flat towpath is easy walking, in fact the only climbing done is by the canal boats passing through the locks!
The Towpath at Twyford Wharf
Canal boats, a riot of colour
We can arrange accommodation and organise luggage transfer along the Oxford Canal Walk, leaving you to enjoy a relaxing break. Contact us to find out more.
A great chance to walk from Lark Rise to Candleford
Join us on Sunday 14th November to walk from Lark Rise to Candleford and back.
This 10 mile walk will take in the villages where the author Flora Thompson grew up and went to school, and we'll see the real post office where Flora first started work.
Photo: The End House, Flora Thompson's family home.