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This guided walk around Ewhurst Park will showcase how the Estate’s various biodiversity projects are being put into action to encourage the recovery of nature and the landscape.

Along the way, you will be provided with the historical story of the Estate, as well as short talks from accompanying members of the Ewhurst Park team on subjects such as wild flora, woodland management, and methods of ethical and sustainable forms of food production.

There will plenty of opportunities to stop on the walk to take in the landscape and views, and to look more closely at the processes being put in place to achieve the biodiversity outcomes. The majority of the walking route will be on farm tracks, across fields, and along woodland rides. Some farm livestock may be present along the way.

Walk leader/organisation: Fiona Kenny, Ewhurst Park

Walk information

  • Booking: Free – Booking essential – 20 places
  • Distance & approximate duration: 3.75 miles (6 km) – 3 hours
  • Difficulty: Fairly easy (some gentle inclines, possible steps/stiles).
  • Accessibility: Suitable for older children (12+). Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult (see useful information). Not suitable for wheelchairs or prams/pushchairs.
  • Dogs: No dogs.
  • Refreshments: Bring drinks and snacks as needed. There are no places to purchase refreshments on the route (see below).
  • Toilets: There are toilets at the Stable Yard next to the meeting point.
  • Meeting point: Meet in the paddock next to Ewhurst Park Stable Yard, Ramsdell, Tadley, RG26 5RG. What3Words: nametag.fidget.reinforce. OS grid reference: SU 570 568. Google Maps.
  • Public transport: None available.
  • Parking: Free private parking for the event only in the paddock at Ewhurst Park, RG26 5RG.

For general booking information, health and safety advice, terms and conditions please see our useful information page.

Further information

There are refreshments available in the village of Kingsclere (including pubs and a SPAR), which is approximately 5 miles from Ewhurst Park.

At Ewhurst Park, we’re embarking on an estate-wide biodiversity project, developing a deeper connection with the community, landscape and environment, see Ewhurst Park.

This walk is brought to you by our partner:

The Farming in Protected Landscapes Programme seeks to provide investment in protected landscapes to help deliver outcomes for the environment, people and places by working in partnership with farmers.

Cattle at Ewhurst Park © Mark Clinch