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Parish Council Bulletin 1A
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Welcome to Fladbury
An attractive and welcoming village on the banks of the picturesque River Avon between Pershore and Evesham.
This website provides content about Fladbury for the benefit of residents and others who may have an interest. It is kept up to date by members of the community and requires only basic computer skills. If you can contribute content or take responsibility for a particular area, please email the webmaster
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Why not try our new Jubilee Circular Walk
Starting from Anchor Lane, the walk continues down Broadway Lane, crosses Oxton Ditch and then turns left and follows the Ditch to the first hedgerow. The walk follows this hedgerow to the river, proceeds upstream to the Jubilee Bridge, passing under the bridge and continuing to the Nait at Fladbury Mill. Leaving the Nait the walk crosses the road at the bottom of Mill Bank and continues up the footpath alongsde the Pumping Station. The walk then passes in front of 'The Chequers Inn' and follows Chequers Lane back to Anchor Lane.
The Fladbury Jubilee Circular Walk is a signposted walk, suitable for larger wheeled, electrically powered Disability Scooters, including "Trampers", as well as for the able bodied. Opened in 2015, the walk has been created by the perseverance of Geoff Mills (Fladbury Parish Council's Footpaths Officer) and Worcestershire County Council, and by the co-operation of landowners EVG from Springhill Farm and David & Angela Wynn from Fladbury Mill.