This is a very short walk that starts and finishes at the Spade Oak pub in Bourne End. It’s perfect for little legs who like playing along the way as there is a stream for poo sticks, the river for boat spotting and ducks and the train line to watch the train go past (if you time it right).
We tend to finish in the Spade Oak for a sneaky glass of wine whilst getting the kids some dinner 🙂
The pub is lovely and cosy, especially by the fire in the winter.
Need to know
Pram/Scooter: yes, most of the route is surfaced.
Facilities: at the Spade Oak Pub
Parking: at the pub if you are visiting or there is a car park on the right just past the pub.
Distance/Time: an adult may be able to walk this route in under 10 mins. It’s under 1 mile from start to finish.
The Spade Oak, Coldmoorholme Ln, Bourne End SL8 5PS
At the time of writing, the train passes through hourly during off peak times but check out train times here www.nationalrail.co.uk/service/planjourney/search
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