With some damp weather forecast, the Bubbles were down to one Bubble! Led by Liz, we had an excellent walk from Liphook. After passing under the A3 the route went through Bramshott churchyard before dropping down a sunken path to Bramshott Vale. After some lane walking we turned towards Conford, passing Passfield Manor before eventually looping back to Bramshott Vale and eventually Liphook. An excellent walk with a great variety of vegetation and houses en route - a little under 5 miles.
Canadian memorial bridge in Liphook with the remains of an ancient water viaduct in the background. It served a complex water system for a large meadow area for more than 300 years.
Passing under the A3
Some of the 318 Canadian graves at Bramshott, mostly survivors of WW1 but victims of the Spanish flu.
Studying the amazing tree roots in Tunbridge Lane.
Conford Village Hall, once the village school.
Some rain at Conford Park Farm
Huge statue at Conford Park Farm
Conford Farm lake
Near Conford Park Gate
Highland cattle, found to be much less hazardous than a biting dog we had met a little earlier!