Alice, Elisa and I took Snow for a walk, starting in Cholsey and taking in some of the surrounding countryside.
After parking up we headed out of Cholsey, under the railway line – cool little tunnel – and made our way to Aston Tirrold, where we took a pitstop for our lunch at the playing field, sat in the sun.
After lunch we walked through Aston Tirrold, which didn’t take very long as it’s not a particularly big village, and then made our way back across the fields to St. Mary’s Church to see Agatha Christie’s grave which has a rather large headstone compared to all the others in the church’s graveyard.
From there it was a short walk back to Cholsey but all in all it was a lovely little walk with the kids. And best of all, we didn’t get rained on! It actually started to rain as we were driving back home, which was lucky.
If you’re interested you can download the GPX file of the plotted route. Please be aware though that the route was hand-plotted and so may not be 100% accurate.
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