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Port Meadow

Port Meadow is a large green space linking the leafy suburb of Jericho to the villages of Binsey to the west and Wolvercote to the north. As a flood plain for the River Thames, Port Meadow offers walks along the river banks – often accompanied by grazing cows and horses. In the winter, when the river floods, Port Meadow is a spectacular place to watch the sunset in the resulting lake; and in summer, you can often spot wild swimmers weaving between the swans, ducks, geese, and rowers. There are a number of conveniently-located pubs offering a chance for hungry or thirsty walkers to refuel, including The Perch in Binsey and The Trout in Wolvercote. If you’re feeling energetic, walking north past the Perch will take you to the remains of Godstow Abbey – the ruins of a twelfth-century building that is believed to have housed an order of nuns, to have been visited by Lewis Carroll and ‘Alice’, and to have served as a filming location for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

Walton Well Rd, Oxford, OX2 6ED

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