Quintessential 17th century whitewashed country pub in the heart of pretty Fulmer Village. Recently refurbished with wood burning stove, fab food and lovely garden overlooking the church. Close to Pinewood Studios, so who knows who you may meet here.
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Turn right from the Black Horse car park and then turn right immediately after a church. The path runs to the side of a brook and you'll spot a green metal footpath sign at the start. For a quick doggie legstretch we walked across three fields and turned around after half-a-mile, just before the path starts to go around private houses, and returnd the same way. Not massively interesting but Jem was quite happy. On a wet day, you could take the next right turning from the pub, Alderbourne Lane. As soon as you've walked past a school this becomes a single track and little used lane and it's a kinder option to your footwear if the fields are muddy. Jem was off-lead here and we didn't meet any traffic.
If this is local to you, then you could make a good long walk by staying on the footpath and carrying on into Black Country Park.
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