Discovery Stroll: Stonepit Field
Stonepit FieldTuesday 18 June
Join us on a short, guided walk at Stonepit Field on Tuesday 18th June from 2pm as part of our Discovery Strolls Programme. Our walk leader will show you some of the interesting features of the park, including the wildflower meadow and hopefully some of its wildlife.
Discovery Strolls are designed to give you an introduction to the park and the confidence to explore the local area, interesting points on the route and to find out what facilities are available on site. A member of The Parks Trust team will lead the walk and answer any questions you may have. The walk is at a gentle pace and will allow time for informal chat and any questions you might have.
The car park at Stonepit Field off Wolverton Road is the closest car park and drop-off point.
This car park has a height barrier and is quite small so please do park considerately. Please aim to arrive shortly before the scheduled time as we will set off at 2pm.
The event duration is approximately 1 hour-1.5 hours. Stonepit Field has mown grass paths and is reasonably smooth and flat. Our guide will ensure that the route is as accessible as possible.
The walk will use grass paths, and leisure routes on gravel paths, and some may be slightly uneven, so please come with sturdy footwear and dressed appropriately for the weather.
Please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any accessibility support or to request a hearing loop.
All ages are welcome but children must be accompanied by an adult. Dogs unfortunately are unable to join these walks with the exception of assistance dogs.
No booking is required for this event. We hope to see you there!
If you require a more accessible event please look for our series of accessible walks, and if you would like a more in-depth Walk and Talk please look at those events for an expert guided walk around our parks with more interesting details about heritage and wildlife.