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Nature Walks

The ‘Bradfield’ walk (4 miles)

Rushall Manor Farm has a small car park and toilets, enabling walkers to park and enjoy the local countryside. When there is an event in the Black Barn there is plenty of room for parking in the adjacent field. The West Berkshire ‘Bradfield’ walk starts at Rushall Manor, and offers a beautiful four mile walk through ancient woodlands, via the picturesque village of Bradfield, then returning along the bank of the River Pang.

The ‘Stanford Dingley’ walk (5 miles)

This walk can also be accessed from the car park, and Stanford Dingley boasts two pubs, The Bull and The Old Boot, both of which serve meals as well as refreshments. Both these walks may be a little muddy at times, but are suitable for most people, and pass through pastoral land and woodland, and provide a real opportunity to enjoy the Berkshire countryside.

Bluebell Walks

Bluebell walks are held annually from Rushall Manor in conjunction with the Reading MS Society.

A small entry donation gives access to various walks along ‘permitted paths’ through woodland carpeted with bluebells and other spring flowers. Walks are a variety of lengths from 5 miles down to a short, ‘wheelchair friendly’ circuit.

Young lambs and calves can also be seen in the fields.

Refreshments are served in the Black Barn for this event.

Dogs on leads for bluebell walks please.