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Cricklade Welcomes Walkers (CWW)

A Saxon Town, home to the North Meadow famed for its Fritillaries and the first town on the River Thames.

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Walkers Are Welcome Status

 

Cricklade has applied for and achieved Full Membership of the "Walkers Are Welcome" organisation. This could not have been achieved without the support of our local community who supported the initiative. This site is under development so please keep checking for updates as it "matures" Our aim is to promote the CWW Agenda, provide a wide range of organised walks and to attract people to walk in and around Cricklade to share what we have to offer.

 

We are an independently run local organisation, run for the benefit of local people and visitors. The Cricklade Town Council supports its aims.

Visit Cricklade

 

Walkers are Welcome in Cricklade, a Saxon Town and home to the North Meadow famed for its Fritillaries and notably the first town on the Thames.

 

We are surrounded by beautiful gently rolling countryside with fauna and flora in abundance. Our Saxon Town boasts a lively and attractive high street, churches and museum as well as a warm welcome for visitors.

 

Cricklade is not short of a pub or two, accommodation and eateries that will warm the cockles of your heart after a short or long days walk.

 

Not only are we steeped in history and on the Thames Path, we're also on the doorstep of the Cotswolds, the Cotswold Water Park and a stones throw from the Blunsdon Railway and the beautiful Roman and Market town of Cirencester, formerly known as Corinium.

CWW Agenda

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Our mission is straight forward and aligns to the aims of "Walkers Are Welcome"

 

  • To promote tourism and leisure, by reinforcing the fact that Cricklade is an attractive destination for walkers with top quality information available.
  • Offer local people and visitors excellent walking opportunities.
  • Ensuring that footpaths are maintained and well signposted.
  • To promote the health benefits of walking and increase participation.
  • To encourage the use of public transport.
  • And finally to get the kids outdoors.

Latest News

Walking Conditions: With the high level on rain, paths in some areas surrounding Cricklade including the North Meadow and Thames Path are impassable and significant deviations will be required.

 

Cricklade Welcomes Walkers: We are aiming to officially launch in March 2014 to coincide with the Fritillary season. Our regular walking schedule will be published in full at this point.

Disclaimer

Whilst we endeavour to provide accurate information, the information provided, including all maps, routes and observations are taken from various sources and may contain inaccuracies. We therefore do not accept responsibility for the way this information is used or interpreted when preparing your walks. Please plan your routes carefully and use up to date maps, seek local advice and check weather conditions.

 

Note: Maps are not for resale and are not published for commercial gain.