This will be a relaxed circular walk from Charlbury, taking in the ancient forest of Wychwood and surrounding countryside. Wychwood is the largest continuous wood in Oxfordshire, even though it is now much smaller than it was in medieval times, and provides some of the area’s finest walking. We might spot some of the deer that roam the woodland – there are three different kinds!
|Time:||9:10 to take the 9:24 train to Charlbury (20 min journey)|
|Lunch:||please bring your own packed lunch|
|Leader:||Olya Tkachenko (email@example.com)|
Date: Saturday 11th June (end 7th week)
An extended walk through the countryside made famous in “The Wind in the Willows”.
|Time:||8:45 (to catch 9:07 train)|
|Distance:||28km (there will be the option to finish the walk early in Goring, making the total length just over 20km)|
|Cost:||£8.00 for return ticket to Pangbourne (only £5.30 with student railcard or group ticket)|
|Lunch:||Participants need to take their own packed lunch.|
|Leader:||Simon Lewis (simon.lewis AT univ.ox.ac.uk)|
Join us for our summer punt party on Sunday 5th June. Punting will be between 12noon and 2pm, followed by a bring and share picnic on Angel and Greyhound meadow or (in case of bad weather) a nearby JCR/MCR. If punting (or being punted) isn’t your thing feel free to join us for the picnic. For punting meet at the Magdalen Bridge punt station at 12noon. Please bring snacks and drink to share for the picnic! Please email simon.lewis AT univ.ox.ac.uk in advance (in case it starts to look as though we don’t have enough punts) if you would like to come.