Corsham Court Walk

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Possible Starting Points:Corsham

To the east of Corsham there is a large open park that can be seen from the main road between Corsham and Chippenham. However, it is not until you venture into the park that you realise just how large it is and the significance of Corsham Court.

This is a great sunny Sunday walk, it’s not too long, very flat and lends itself perfectly to a picnic in the park on the return leg.

The route starts from the Corsham shopping car park (free on Sundays) and heads straight out into the park to the south of the large lake. Once through Corsham park, the route continues along a country lane for a short while before heading up a driveway onto a couple of easy-to-follow footpaths.

The route goes all the way up to the A4 and then heads back across the park all the way to Corsham Court and the high street in Corsham.

We loved this walk but what did you think?

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1 Comment

  1. Kirstie Bidwell

    We did this walk in April. It was really lovely, with lots of pretty and interesting sights along the way. The route was very flat so made it a nice gentle stroll. Good location for exploring Corsham after as well. We ate at Mother and Wild in Corsham in the evening, and can highly recommend also.


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