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Teversham to Wilbraham Fen

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Teversham is a village to the east of Cambridge, near Cherry Hinton. And to the east of Teversham, between it and the villages of Great and Little Wilbraham, is a wonderful area of fields and fenland, where you can walk for miles...

Explore the area - there may well be better starting points than the one I've chosen - feel free to add comments below if you know a better one - but I started from a footpath at Ferndale, half-way between Teversham and Fulbourn.

OS grid ref. TL 505 575

A path goes NE alongside a stream (Caudle Ditch) and between hedges for just under a mile before reaching Little Wilbraham River, which, at least in the spring, is not much more than a ditch either, but with clear flowing water which was greatly appreciated by my spaniel on a hot day!

Paths go both left and right along the bank of the river, and you can cross to the other side, but you'll need to go at least half a mile in either direction to reach a bridge.

I'll go back and explore from the Wilbraham end at some point soon!

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Comments

Lovely walk today...

Tried this walk for the first time today with family and our labrador Buddy, really enjoyed it - only met one other dog and walker for 3 miles. Would definitely do again and maybe cross the bridge and go a bit further next time.

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