Things to see & do

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Walk 'The Stop Line'

Celebrate the 2015 Great British Walk in partnership with Cotswold Outdoor

Saturday 24 October 10.30am-3.30pm

Discover the Second World War 'Stop Line' as you walk from Buscot along the River Thames with our guide.

Adult £3, Child £1.50  Booking essential on 01793 762209.  More details

History walk

Discover Coleshill’s hidden history

Wednesday 11 November  2-4pm

Explore the home of the British Resistance with this guided walk through village, woods and parkland.

Adult £5, Child £2.50 Booking essential on 01793 762209.    More here


Family days out

  • Take the challenge 

    50 things

    Climb a tree, build a den or make a daisy chain... tick off your 50 Things challenges here.

  • Father and child in woods at Coleshill © James Haydon

    Follow a trail

    Watch this space for our new family trails which will soon be available to download here.

Witness the changing seasons


Go funghi hunting © Andy Knight

Season of mists, mellow fruitfulness ... and funghi hunting. How many varieties can you spot? Soak up the Autumn colours, make wild art and forage for blackberries when you visit at this time of year.


Badbury Clump awash with bluebells © Roger D Green

See the countryside burst back into life. Highlights include the spectacular display of bluebells at Badbury Clump, the site of a former Iron Age hill fort, which has been replanted with beech trees.


Winter at Coleshill © Andy Knight

Wrap up in your thermals, and work off the excesses of the season with some winter walking. Appreciate a different type of beauty... frosted spiders' webs, chocolate earth of ploughed fields, stark tree silhouettes or even a dusting of snow over parkland.


Fields of gold: Buttercups at Coleshill © NTPL

This summer we have a great diary of events for you to enjoy with all the family. Join one of rangers for a gentle river walk, go bug hunting for dragonflies, or track nocturnal beasts at our night-time bat walk.

Explore Coleshill's secret past

Potter around Coleshill and stumble across our secret Second-World-War history, admire the Victorian model farm buildings and discover the tragic fate of Coleshill House, which was ravaged by fire.

Buscot history walks

Explore Buscot on foot and learn how different generations of the Loveden family and other wealthy land owners left their distinctive marks on the village, before it was left to us in 1956.

Mill open afternoons

Visit a working watermill at Coleshill

See how flour is produced by a working water mill at Coleshill, if water levels are high enough. The mill is open every second Sunday of the month, from April to October, 2-5pm.


Organise to bring your school or group here. We offer a wide range of learning opportunities for all ages, and it's free for Education Group Members.