Date : 11th April

Start Time 10.00am

Starting point/ Meeting place - National Trust car park on Pinkneys Drive SL6 6QG free parking.


To reach the car park from J8/9 on the M4 take the A404(M)  if coming from Reading direction its the 1st exit. After approx 1.5miles take the 2nd slip road up to the large roundabout on the A4 turn right and take the 3rd exit onto the A4 towards Maidenhead after a very short distance at the small roundabout take the turning signposted Pinkneys Green / Stubbings then after approx 1/2 mile turn right into Pinkneys Drive the car park is on the left after about 500 yards

This link will show you the way!

Nearest Post Code SL6 6QG
Lat (WGS84) N51:31:34 (51.526156587669995)
Long (WGS84) W0:46:11 (-0.7696895927645039)
Lat,Long 51.526156587669995,-0.7696895927645039
Nat Grid SU854815 / SU8544881522
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The Walk

The walk is approx 8.5 miles over varied terrain across open fields , through the woods that were the inspiration for the Wild Wood in Wind in the Willows and up to Cookham Dean then back  past the site of an old Brick Works. There are a couple of hills and depending upon the weather there may be a few muddy bits!


Lunch will be a picnic on the Green at Cookham Dean it may advisable to have a cover to sit on if its damp!!


If you wish to attend this walk you MUST register in advance with the walk leader Tim Firth by E Mail only please. Numbers are limited to 20 in accordance with the Stride Covid-19 Guidance. Follow the link below to read!
Stride Web Site/Nextwalk/covid walk guidance29 03 2021.pdf
Walk Leaders

Lorna & Tim

Tel : 01628 671886
Mobile: 07961544441




The start times are all 10:00 am unless otherwise stated. The mileages quoted are a rough guide only and liable to change on the day. In extreme cases the walk may change completely so contacting the walk leader a couple of days in advance is recommended.

In the event of rain please do still meet us at the appointed venue, generally the walk will still take place or we will consider alternative plans.

Though we aim to take a common sense approach to the safety of our members and those present at STRIDE events, all those attending do so at their own risk.