Swardeston Common

We had a lovely little walk this weekend at Swardeston Common. Daffodils popping up everywhere in March, gorse and my new favourite, goat willow (big plump yellow catkins!).

We tried to feed the ducks but they snubbed our peas and went back to sleep! 🦆

It’s a lovely little spot though. Gorgeous in the summertime. It links to the Tas Valley Way if you want to extend your walk

🌿Length of walk: short – about a mile from the car park and round the common

🌿Cafe: No

🌿Play area: Yes, behind the village hall. It’s great

🌿Pushchair friendly: yes for sturdy ones or offroaders but a bit bumpy in places across the common and a few muddy patches. More accessible to come back along the road with a pushchair

🌿Wheelchair friendly: No

🌿Dog friendly: Yes

🌿Loos: No

🌿Baby change: No

🌿Seats along walk: Yes

🌿Picnic area: Will be a nice picnic spot in the summer

🌿Opening times: Always open

🌿Entrance fee: No

🌿Parking: at the village hall (NR14 8DX) free. What3words: ///empire.marzipan.inclined

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