The Watercress Way Leaflet

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We are delighted to announce that we have printed a leaflet advertising The Watercress Way.

This will be available in the Winchester Tourist Office and The Watercress Line station at Alresford as well as in local pubs and businesses.

We are very grateful to a local family who donated the full amount for the current print run.

Please donate via our MyDonate page to support our plans to sign the whole route and to improve accessibility.

Please download your own copy

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3rd AGM of The Watercress Way

Thursday 21 June on the Alresford Drove The nine trustees were delighted to present their Annual Report after another busy and successful year for the charity. Thank you to the members of the public who attended. Highlights were: Increased awareness and use of the Watercress Way which is now fully waymarked. In particular, the organised walk…

Sutton Scotney walk

20 people join trustees for a sunny walk in Sutton Scotney

Sunday 24 June 2018 This is one of walks organised and guided by one of the trustees to share our knowledge of the Watercress Way, highlighting its history and ecology. Sign up as a Friend of the Line to receive information about future walks. Walkers were able to see the site of the railway bridge…

Watercress Festival 2018

The Watercress Festival and the Kings Worthy Fete

Our trustees met a large number of interested people in both Alresford and Kings Worthy. Many of whom were unaware of The Watercress Way. They are now! The display inside our new gazebo attracted plenty of attention and we gave out hundreds of leaflets. If you want a leaflet please download here There were many…

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Dawn to Dusk Day 2018 The Itchen Abbas Station Walk

There was a real team spirit as 10 people led by ex-archivist of the Watercress Line, Chris Cornell, discovered new artefacts