Monday, 17 May 2010

Goring to Midgham

Jane Rosoux writes...

A party of eight of us enjoyed a 14 mile scenic walk through countryside which is hardly ever visited by the Hampstead Group or, indeed, by other London groups.

As you can see our route took us past picturesque buildings and through farmland and woodland at their most colourful, with yellow oil-seed rape and pale green barley in the fields and extensive displays of bluebells and white campion, some intermixed, as well as other flowers, in the many woodlands and along the field edges.


On arriving at Midgham Station we had been planning to have a quick drink at a nearby pub whilst waiting for a train but Tim's timing was so perfect that we were able to board a train almost immediately.

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