A lovely and varied walk that takes in a ridgeway on the Marlborough Downs, a bluebell wood, a ruined medieval village and part of the Wansdyke. There are a couple of ascents but nothing too steep.
We may be a little early for the bluebells to be out fully (it will depend on the spring weather). Red kites cannot be promised either, although they did appear on the prewalk. The white horse is guaranteed given that it is made of chalk and carved into the hillside, therefore unlikely to move anywhere.
Bring a packed lunch. Pub to finish.
Walk Leaders: Kirstie G (07967452060) and Barbara R (07866661199)
Meet: 09:00 at St. Mary Redcliffe