Cotswold Way Part 7

Gloucestershire                                                                                Photos by Hetty

22nd July 2020

Edge, Stockend and a bit of the Cotswold Way

Map of walk

We parked at Edge and walked through Stockend, under the tree-line then returned through the woods on the Cotswold Way. There was a clear view to the Malvern Hills

Looking back to where we have walked – across the top of the fields, under the tree-line

Robinswood Hill

Back through the woods


Cotswold Way Part 7 – Haresfield to Barrow Wake

20th June 2018                                                  12.5 miles             Map of walk

With Stroud U3A – We resumed the walk just past Haresfield Beacon.

Looking across the Severn Vale to May Hill

Ringhill Farm

Cromwell stone – Monument to the end of the siege of Gloucester 1645 (Roundheads in the town and Royalists outside,  more Roundheads came to help and the Royalists withdrew)

St Martin’s well

Approaching Painswick

Washbrook Farm – former mill and millhouse

Memorial to Tony Drake – a principal creator of the Cotswold Way

Through Painswick

Painswick golf course, Cat Brain Quarry and Painswick Beacon Iron Age Hill Fort

Views down and up Cooper’s Hill, where the cheeses are rolled in May – it is much steeper than it looks here!

We arrive at Barrow Wake

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