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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Beckford and Evesham.

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Grid Ref SO9748335729
Lat / Lon 52.01999° / -2.03808°
Easting / Northing 397,483E / 235,729N
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Grid Ref SP0373343960
Lat / Lon 52.09398° / -1.94692°
Easting / Northing 403,733E / 243,960N
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Beceve One's land is

Arable 73.7%
Pasture 7.1%
Urban 19.2%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Neal Cartwright

15 Jun 2023 Spring

We walked this from Evesham to Beckford in June 2023. Almost all very lovely. One diversion required, another optional.

Required diversion: Slow Way's initial route crosses the River Isbourne just west of the A46's river bridge at Sedgeberrow. Unfortunately, the footpath DOESN'T cross the river there: there are steps on both banks, but no footbridge (see pic). Neither wading the river, nor braving barbed wire & steep embankment to walk along the A46 seem wise. Instead, we followed the path left under the A46 bridge & along the field edge to emerge on Cheltenham Road B4078 opposite The Hollows. Following Cheltenham Road south we soon rejoined the initial route. (From Beckford to Evesham: keep going north on Cheltenham Road until over the river bridge, then turn left into a gap in the hedge opposite The Hollows).
Optional diversion: We chose to turn delay our left turn off Pershore Road Hampton until Brookside, immediately west of the River Isbourne bridge. This passes through arguably prettier fields than the house-backs of the initial Slow Ways route - and avoids passing through Hampton Mill, where the owner has been using barbed wire to dispute the right of way.

Diversions aside, really very pleasant. Much of it follows the Isbourne, mostly paths through fields and a few back lanes - even the A46 crossing at Sedgeberrow has a central refuge. All easy to follow & almost all signposted (tho maybe not the way from Hinton to Evesham - gate just right of number 37, see picture) . Some cracking views of Bredon & Dumbleton hills, plus old churches to visit. Pubs at Sedgeberrow (Queens Head, just off route to the east) and Ashton-under-Hill (Star - good lunches). Beckford has a choice of The Eatery at Beckford Silk, the Old Post Office cafe and the Beckford Arms. Bus 540 (Aston's) runs back to Evesham hourly until 5pm for £2.

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