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Palm Sunday in the Wychwood Forest

Posted by on March 23rd 2011

Wandering
Wandering in the Forest

Palm Sunday is a special day for walkers in Oxfordshire and those who love Nature.  Because on this day a private part of the Wychwood Forest (the largest private forest in England) is opened to the public: to stroll, picnic in fine weather, or gather water from the Forest’s wells.

The Palm Sunday path starts from Five Mile Bottom, which you approach from Leafield (see the map) .  You can go in all day and enjoy the peace.  If the weather is fine, and this year there is a good chance as Easter is so late, it will be an experience to remember.

This year  there will also be a special walk to an ancient well called Lady Well, in Wilcote, which is near the Forest.
For more details please contact me on 01993-868600.

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