Things to see & do
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- Our events - from natural history to arts and crafts
- The seasonal changes of colours and patterns in our ancient woodland
- Savour a cream tea at the Magna Carta tea-room
- The beautiful display of trees - from parkland to ancient woodland
- The 12th-century Benedictine priory at Ankerwycke
- Enjoy a lazy picnic on the banks of the Thames
- Watch hobbies perform spectacular aerobatic displays over the river
- Look for butterflies enjoying the sunny glades of Coopers Hill woods
- Take to the water for a spot of fishing or boating
Perfect for all seasons, discover the views, flora and fauna of the broad-leafed and coniferous woodlands. Walk round the naturally created Heath Pond and discover the delights of a heathland habitat. Simon's Wood is near Wokingham, Berkshire.
Take a gentle stroll around our circular trail at Ankerwycke. See the carpet of snowdrops in early spring, view a variety of parkland trees and discover the secrets of the Ankerwycke yew. This walk was created with the help of our local community. Ankerwycke is a short drive from Runnymede.
Leave your car at home and enjoy the landscapes of Runnymede, the ‘meeting meadow’, where democracy began with the sealing of the Magna Carta. Linking Runnymede with Egham station, this circular walk will guide you through freshwater reed beds, ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows.