The footbridge over the small tributary of the River Loddon at Turgis Court is closed until further notice.

An intrepid band of people and dog met up at the recreation ground on Sunday 16th June.

The weather was beautiful for the Stratfield Turgis Summer 2014 village walk. See more here

Wiithin Stratfield Turgis itself there are 12 numbered footpaths.

 

Why do it?

This circular walk around the parish, takes in some of the natural and man made features. It 
takes about 2.5 hours starting and finishing at the entrance to the recreation ground next to the Jekyll & Hyde.  

Why do it?

This walk takes you past the 13c deconsecrated church of All Saints in the centre of old Stratfield Turgis and on to the 18c church of St Mary the Virgin at Stratfield Saye, two buildings with very different architectural styles. It is a gentle flat walk winding over fields and lanes crossing the river Loddon.

Why do it?

See a beautiful 13c Church and follow the river Loddon across fields and water meadows. It is fairly flat with a few stiles, but can be boggy in places.

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