Weston Walkers is a local village group of amateur walkers from Weston and surrounding villages which, pre-Covid, met together once a month to enjoy a walk together, with no commitment to join every month. This was always on the second Monday of each month, usually an afternoon walk but sometimes in the morning followed by a pub lunch, either walking directly from the village or from a suitable point a short drive away. If you wish to enjoy sociable company, conversation and exercise please contact Graham Barnett on firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
There are a number of fantastic local walks to undertake around Weston on the Green and details for each walk have kindly been collated by Graham and can be found below. Apart from the Weston on the Green village walk, the walks range in length from 3.5 miles to 10 miles.
Pilgrim Paths Leaflets
A special set of walks linking local Churches:
- Weston to Bletchington
- Weston to Kirtlington & Bletchington
- Weston to Chesterton & Wendlebury
- 6 Churches Walk
Weston Walks Leaflets
The walks detailed below contain some interesting information about places on the route:
- Weston Village Walk
- Weston - Brookfurlong Farm - Starbucks Layby
- Weston - Barndon Farm - Shell Layby
- Weston towards Charlton
- Wendlebury Road Circular
- BP Garage & Stonehouse Farm Circular
- Weston towards Oddington
- Weston to Bletchington & back behind Staplehurst Farm
- Weston to Peat Pits & Stonepits & back behind Staplehurst Farm
- Weston towards Charlton on Otmoor via Woodside Meadows
Weston on the Green's Footpath Warden
Weston on the Green has a footpath warden - Graham Barnett - who liaises with Oxfordshire County Council over any issues on public footpaths and who regularly volunteers to strim the main footpaths to keep them clear during the summer months.
If while out walking you encounter any problems with overgrown vegetation, damaged stiles or footbridges, or any other issues, please do let Graham know by emailing him on email@example.com
Other Useful Countryside Links:
Walking in England website - you will find free walks to download, details of all the books, maps and walking groups in the county.
Countryside Code - A new, refreshed Countryside Code was launched on 01 April by Natural England, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the creation of the founding booklet in 1951.