Dawn to Dusk Day: Sunday April 28th 2019
Free events for all to enjoy and learn more about the Watercress Way, the marathon length circular trail N.E. of Winchester, following old railway lines & historic ancient droves. Donations welcomed.
Limited places please book at email@example.com or on our Facebook events page
Dawn to Dusk Day Events (PDF)
- 4.30 am for 4.45am start: Birdsong Dawn Chorus walk Couch Green Recreation Ground, Martyr Worthy, S021 1EA. 4 miles, along the Mid-Hants/Watercress Line disused railway track & River Itchen.
- 10.00 am-3.00pm: 26 mls circular cycle ride on and off- road following the trail, starting Sutton Scotney, The Gratton Recreation ground, SO21 3LG. Coffee & cake break at The Cricketers, Alresford
- 00am-1.00pm Family Geocaching/Treasure Trail Worthy Down Halt. Parking Hookpit Farm Lane S021 2RR. Bring a picnic (bonfire, weather permitting)
- 3.00- 6.00 pm Ecology and Heritage circular walk Sutton Scotney, The Gratton Recreation ground, SO213LG. 4/5 mls: newly cleared section of the Didcot-Southampton railway at Wonston Rd Bridge, River Dever, chalk downland droves with Jim Thompson, ecologist and Chris Cornell, railway historian. Stops at the Wonston Arms (CAMRA Pub of the Year) & Coach and Horses.
Come and see our new interpretation boards and benches!
More information on our website www.thewatercressway.org.uk
For last minute information check Facebook, twitter, Instagram
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The Watercress Festival Alresford May 2019
Our trustees met a large number of interested people at another busy Watercress Festival in Alresford on Sunday 19 May 2019.
Dawn to Dusk Day a real success – for the 4th year running!
The Watercress Way charity held its fourth Dawn to Dusk Day on Sunday 28th April 2019.
Railway Bridge Cleared at Wonston Road, Sutton Scotney
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