Welcome to The Watercress Way

The Watercress Way Trustees are delighted to announce a programme of Guided Walks.

Due to current restrictions numbers are strictly limited and all walks will be socially distanced. Please download the list. Booking essential.

Would you like to be a Trustee?

In the last 4 years we have made great progress and have several exciting projects planned for 2020-1. We have a great team of trustees but are looking for additional trustees to augment our skills. In particular we need people with expertise in Ecology and in the use of Social Media.

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Walking, Cycling, Riding

We have upgraded this page and have added whole trail guides for both directions plus shorter walks for those who do not want to do the whole 26 miles! Please have a look

The Watercress Way became a registered charity on 16 June 2016.

Walkers At Worthy Down Halt
Dawn Chorus Walk April 2019 Bridgets Lane

Its aim is: 

To promote and encourage for the public benefit the development in the community of, and the provision of, safe routes, paths and facilities for walking, cycling and horse riding, based on the original routes of the disused

railway lines between Sutton Scotney and Alresford via Kings Worthy in Hampshire and known as The Watercress Way, and to undertake and carry on projects and activities of a charitable nature which will assist in promoting recreation and the protection of the environment.

The Strategic Plan 2020 is available as a PDF

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