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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Pershore and Evesham.

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Grid RefSO9496545741
Lat / Lon 52.10998° / -2.07493°
Easting / Northing394,965E / 245,741N
Grid RefSP0373343960
Lat / Lon 52.09398° / -1.94692°
Easting / Northing403,733E / 243,960N

Pereve One's land is

Arable 37.1%
Pasture 25.5%
Urban 37.4%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Sylvia Morris

22 Jun 2022

This starts and finishes with lovely walks but the middle was not enjoyable and some of it was dangerous. I walked it from Pershore to Evesham and the waymarking may be better from the other end. After Wyre Piddle the path is a bit overgrown, then enters The Springs Holiday Park. It’s easy to take the wrong path: from Pershore keep left after the first lake. We went too far right. The proper path passes through a field and straight across the lane.
Leaving Fladbury the road is dangerous: bendy, no walkable verge. Take the poorly signed Mill Meadow on the left to walk safely to Jubilee Bridge. After the bridge avoid the road that locals treat as a race track by diverting towards Cropthorne.
Through Charlton, use Ryden Lane instead of the footpath indicated, almost impassible on midsummer day. Where Ryden Lane finally becomes a road follow the signed footpath left leading quite steeply down to the river where the chain ferry operates most days (£1). Carry on into the town or through the meadows. Or follow the road into Hampton and back over the main bridge.

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