A 2 mile short stroll from the picturesque and popular village of Cookham in Berkshire. Cookham is well known for its selection of independent village shops along with a wide range of pubs and restaurants and its Thames setting, and so provides a lovely place to explore. The village is said to be home to lots of famous people including rugby coach Sir Clive Woodward and presenter Ulrika Jonsson. The walk follows a short route south alongside Strand Water, a wide stream, before crossing the water and returning north through paddocks and fields.
The walk is relatively flat and follows field and streamside paths which may be muddy after wet weather. There are no stiles, but several gates including one kissing gate. Approximate time 1 hour.
The walk starts from the free car park on Cookham Moor which lies to the north of the B4447 (High Street) directly opposite a brick built arched bridge. Approximate postcode SL6 9SB.
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