City of Winchester Trust
  • kingalf
  • cathedral
  • roundtable
  • westgate
  • guildhall
  • wolsey
  • stcross
  • library


Summer Walks 2018

Thursday 31st May to 9th August 2018

31st May Thursday at 18:00 1. Canons Houses of
Winchester Cathedral Close

Meet at the War Memorial /
west front of the Cathedral
George Saumarez Smith
Architect and Director
Adam Architecture
7th June Thursday at 16:15
Max. 20 attendees
Additional donation 4
2. Winchester Cathedral
Meet at the War Memorial /
west front of the Cathedral
John Beveridge
Official Cathedral Guide
14th June Thursday at 18:00 3. Winchester 1818
Meet at the City of Winchester,
Heritage Centre, 32 Upper Brook Street,
Winchester, SO23 8DG
Richard Baker
21st June Thursday at 18:00
Max. 20 attendees
Additional donation 3
4. North Winall Moors
Meet at the Durngate entrance
to Winnall Moors
Susan Simmonds
Hampshire & Isle of Wight
Trust
Education Officer - Winchester
28th June Thursday at 18:00 5. Parchment Street
Meet at the Buttercross
Joanna Cruickshank
Winchester City Registered
Tourist Green Badge guide
5th July Thursday No walk
12th July Thursday at 18:00 6. Great Hall to Guildhall
Meet at West Gate, High Street
John Parker
Retired Geologist
19th July Thursday at 18:00 7. Winchester Barracks
Meet at St Thomas Passage,
Just off Southgate Street
by the telephone box
Andrew Rutter
Retired Winchester City Council
Conservation Officer
and Trust Member
26th July Thursday at 18:00 8. Canon Street area 100 years ago
Meet at the Southgate Street
end of Canon Street
John Pilkington
Travel writer and broadcaster
2nd August Thursday 9. New Winchester Sport &
Leisure Centre, Bar End

The bus stop, St Catherine's Park & Ride
Andy Hickman & Mike Lawless
(AH) Head of Programme
Winchester City Council
(ML) LA Architects
9th August Thursday at 18:00 10. Archaeology in the planning process
Meet at the City of Winchester Trust,
The Heritage Centre,
32 Upper Brook Street,
Winchester, SO23 8DG
Tracy Matthews & Rachel White
(TR) Archaeologist & (RW) Team Leader
Winchester City Council
Historic Environment Team

Details and conditions for the summer walks:
1. Timings All walks will start at 18.00 promptly unless stated otherwise.
2. Donation of 3 to the Trust is requested from each person on each walk.
3. Booking: Strongly advised to secure a place to avoid disappointment. Contact the Heritage Centre no later than midday the day before each walk. Email: secretary@cityofwinchestertrust.co.uk or telephone Winchester (01962) 851664.
Generally maximum 25 attendees for all walks unless stated otherwise.
4. 7th June : Note early start. Donations requested to the Cathedral minimum suggested amount 3 to be collected at the start of the walk. Maximum 20 attendees for this walk only..
5. 21st June : Additional donation of 4 for Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust requested from each person. Wear suitable footwear for a variety of surfaces. Maximum 20 attendees for this walk.

Exclusion of liability of Trust: Neither the guide of each walk nor the Trust and its members shall be liable for any injury, accident or damage to person or property (including theft or other loss) during each walk to any person taking part in a walk whether a member of the Trust or not.




Recent News

2018 AGM - CWT AGM will be held at Milner Hall on Monday 24th September. more....

Summer Walks 2018 - CWT have announced further walks for 2018 upto 9th August. more....

Press Release for Ebook - CWT have produced an Ebook version of Andrew Rutter's book 'Winchester Heart of a City'. more....

Winchester win Civic Voice Award - CWT's nomination of Winchester University Chapel wins top design award more....

The Big Conservation Conversation -
The view of the City of Winchester Trust to the Big Conservation Conversation. more....

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Report on the new Leisure Centre Framework Meeting more....

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CWT Station Approach revised plan more....

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