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St Catherine’s Hill

A dramatic 220ft climb up St Catherine’s Hill’s wooden stairs reveals showstopping views of Winchester city, as well as the Itchen Valley floodplains and the downland it nestles in. At…

Winnall Moors Nature Reserve

Winnall Moors Nature Reserve is a protected meadowland, in the centre of Winchester, with a chalk stream running through it and has an abundance of wildlife. The River Itchen flows…

Abbey Gardens

Abbey Gardens is a small, tranquil park featuring play equipment and benches amid flower beds, grassy areas and a stream.

Christ Church Gardens

Christchurch Gardens, sometimes referred to as Top Park, is located at the top of the Parade. The three-acre site was originally developed at the same time as Christ Church in…

Foundry Wood

Foundry Wood is a managed access community woodland. Through volunteer work parties we have made the site accessible by creating paths and facilities for all to use. Now the woodland…

Jephson Gardens

Jephson Gardens is a beautiful formal Victorian park in the centre of Leamington Spa. It’s the perfect place for a relaxing stroll or family picnic. There are lots of colourful…

Wallingford Castle

Explore the ruins of a major medieval castle in Wallingford. The green mounds in the castle gardens were once the site of the one of the strongest and most important…

Abbey Park

Abbey Park is a beautiful green space with a view of the River Avon, offering activities suitable for all ages. Visitors can take advantage of the picturesque surroundings, which include…

Hidcote Gardens

Hidcote is an Arts and Crafts garden created by the talented American horticulturist, Major Lawrence Johnston. Its colourful and intricately designed outdoor ‘rooms’ are always full of surprises – an…

Kiftsgate Court Gardens

Kiftsgate is a family home with the most wonderful gardens. In 2000 the run-down tennis court was converted into a water garden, very modern in design with no plants. Simon…

Pittville Park

Pittville Park is the largest ornamental park in Cheltenham and features the magnificent Pittville Pump Room, a fantastic playground, ice cream parlour and lakes. Pittville Park is divided in two…

Cleeve Hill

At 1,083 feet (330 m), Cleeve Hill is the highest point of the Cotswolds as well as in the county of Gloucestershire. It commands a clear view to the west,…

Broadway Park and Playground

An impressive 3-acre recreation ground that has been turned into a state of the art activity park to be used and enjoyed by big kids, little kids and adults alike.…

Foxholes Nature Reserve

Foxholes is a tranquil woodland sloping down to the River Evenlode with year-round colour and wildlife interest, but particularly noted for its springtime bluebells. Birdlife includes nuthatch, often seen creeping…

Wychwood Wild Garden

Wychwood Wild Garden is a beautiful woodland and garden, close to the centre of Shipton under Wychwood covering 12 and a half acres of avenues, woods and ponds, much of…

Chipping Campden Playground

The recreation ground in Chipping Campden is a mere 3-minute walk from the centre of the High Street in the popular Cotswold town, and a wonderful playground that you simply…

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