The next Northampton area Red Rope socialist walking group outing involves a six mile circular in the Cotswolds. Starting in Adlestrop (the village which gave its name to ‘war poet’ Edward Thomas’s 1914 poem), taking in rolling views of the Evenlode valley, then through the attractive village of Evenlode, on past Chastleton House, (now a National Trust Jacobean mansion, once owned by one of the conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot) and then back to Adlestrop.
The walk is moderate with some modest uphill walking but mainly level with a few stiles, predominantly on footpaths and lane walking through the villages. A sandwich lunch break can be taken on benches on the large Evenlode village green.
Adlestrop is about an hour’s drive from Northampton.
We set off from Adlestrop Village Hall car park (SP 24139 27200) at 10am on Sunday 1st September.
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