Beautiful rolling hills, wooded tracks and open fields make for the wonderful environment that the parish enjoys! There's also an abundance of flora and fauna, including great crested newts in the village pond, red kites soaring overhead, bluebell woods, banks of cowslips and many other wild flowers that all add to the scene. You'll even find find hares on the Watership Down, immortalised by the Richard Adams novel of 1972.
While you're out and about, please remember the Countryside Code to ensure that you know how to respect, protect and enjoy our countryside.
- Be safe, plan ahead and follow any signs
- Leave gates and property as you find them
- Protect plants and animals and take your litter home
- Keep dogs under close control
- Consider other people
is the official website for the Countryside Code. You will find maps of Open Access land in England contains contains ideas of what to do in the countryside, maps, local walks in your area, details of the new right of access to Access Land, commonly known as the 'right to roam', and lots more.
For more information about amenities in the Parish that are out in the open, click here for Parish Amenities