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Only now I feel my feet! My friend Paula Russel and I did a very long walk on Thursday to Pattiswick! We left our Village just before 7am walking through sheepcote Lane and followed the edge of the old airfield bypassing the quarry and crossing the new would be road to the incinerator that is going to be built, am sorry to say not far from our Village.

Field by sheepcote lane

We carried on to Cut Hedge Lane turning left unto watery lane wood passing by the beautiful Bradwell Church and walking through Bradwell Village. Crossing the road and the bridge over black water river and turning left after the bridge unto footpath to Pattiswick.

Bradwell Church

The open countryside looked and felt so peaceful! All we could hear was the birds . Being a bank holiday there was no building noise thanks to the Queen Elizabeth 70 years celebrations.

Bradwell across the fields

We take a few photos of a lovely Church that is now a private owned house. Now is time to head back to Silver end we take a different footpath that led us to Pattiswick Hall and following through the very green countryside and once again arrive into Bradwell.

Pattiswick Church now a private house

Cutting across to another footpath leading us to Glazenwood we then walk on Clapdog track and home. Arrived home dragging my feet. I must say was very tired but very happy too.


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Hi am new to WordPress I have arrived in England in the late sixties met my Husband and got married have two grown daughters and one very lively granddaughter. My life revolves around my family and walking through the countryside. Love gardening and cooking too.

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