Please note 08:30 start at the Worcester Countryside Centre - The coach will leave on time
The final section of our 2019 trail after leaving Winchcombe we ascent over Langley Hill we view a cluster of hills Alderton, Dumbleton and Bredon in addition the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway line for a bit of train spotting. We continue to Dixton, pass the Manor and onward to Oxenton. The trail finishes at the Abbey in Tewkesbury.
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Another one bites the dust! Yes the 100 miles of Gloucestershire Way was completed on a fine but very muddy walking day, very ably led by Lyndon who, on the hoof, had to devise an alternate route into Tewkesbury because the trail was flooded. Many thanks also to Heather for backmarking and for doing all the organising for the entire trail and providing cerfificates for the 14 walkers who completed all 9 sections. We were met at the finish by Gerry Stewart who devised the trail, wrote the trail guide and led the first walk of it with the Gloucestershire Ramblers in 1990. He also provided the group with copies if his two other guides, the Three Choirs Way and the St Kenelm's Way, a fitting finish. Regretably this was my last trail walk. I'm afraid because of age and worn out legs, I'm finding these 11/12 mile walks a little too tough these days, but hopefully I'll still be around to participate in the less strenuous midweek walks. Best wishes for the 2020 trail!