Dorney Lake and Virginia waters. Windsor Great Park. The Arboretum at Newnham Courtney. Dinton Pastures. Walk from Henley to Shiplake along the river and get the train back (need an all-terrain buggy for that). Walk to the Flower Pot pub and back along the river. Maidensgrove/Russelswater Common (nice open meadow and should be able to get a buggy up there). Park in Mill Lane and walk back to the playground/cafe at Mill Meadows (It's not very long, but it's buggy-friendly).
The Bike Box - Bicycle hire, on Remenham Hill, Henley bikebox-hire.co.uk/contact-bike-box-hire-c...
Useful Walking and Cycling Maps
Buy maps for walking and cycle routes:
www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/countrysidemap - Oxfordshire County Council's website of the county's cyles, walk, bridleways etc. Extremely detailed and includes useful information, like allowing you to measure distances and work out gradients.
https://gis1.westberks.gov.uk/ApplicationTemplates... and http://info.westberks.gov.uk/walkingandcycling for the same and others in Berkshire
Just google for the same thing in other counties.
Go for a walk around Henley on Thames, along the river either side of Henley bridge with a pushchair, or explore the countryside around? Or make a more pre-planned trip using the links below? You can do all of these in groups of mothers with little ones if you would like some company too? Why not call Raphaelle on 07984542144 to find out more.
www.treasuretrails.co.uk/ox-wberks/things-to-do-in-henleyonthames.html Are you looking for Then why not try the Henley on Thames Treasure Trail; a fun and imaginative way to explore.As you follow the route, can you solve the clues to to discover whodunnit?
www.chilternsociety.org.uk - fun and interesting walks and activities for children