Floatability and CCT Sponsored Circular Walk

10th June 2023
10:00 - 16:00
Sponsorship / Donation
Newnham Murren Church
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A circular walk including Newnham Murren, Mongewell and Wallingford churches, with the option for a ferry crossing across the river with Floatability.

20230208 Sponsorship Form Floatability CCT .docx Route Maps 2023


Free Parking at Newnham Farm House. 

Event time between 10am - 4pm 

The walk begins at St. Mary's Church, Newnham Murren and follows a circular path, taking in St John's Church, Mongewell and St Peter's Church, Wallingford. Half way around there is the option for a ferry crossing from Little Stoke to Cholsey Meadows. Returning to Newnham Farm House for refreshments. It can be completed clock-wide or anti-clockswise. Please see the downloadable route map. 

This sponsored walk is in aid of Floatability and the Churches Conservation Trust. Please download a sponsorship form to raise money for these two worthy organisations or donate at the registration tent before taking part in the walk. Cash, cheque, card or bank transfer available or you can donate directly via the floatability website using the 'donate'  button. www.floatability.co.uk

To book a ferry crossing, please email: [email protected]

A shuttle boat is also available, from Cholsey slipway back to Newnham Murren if a shorter distance is preferred. Please email to pre-book this. 

Dog walkers with dogs on leads welcome. 

Tea, sandwiches and refreshments available at the registration tent at Newnham Farm House, adjacent to St Mary's Church in Newnham Murren, which marks the start and finish of the walk.

We also welcome anyone who may not wish to participate in the walk, but would like to support these worthy charities, to join us at Newnham Farm House from 12 noon for refreshments and potentially a shuttle boat ride in return for a donation

Facilities are available at the start and at the half way point. 

Contact Info: 

[email protected]

01491 833111 or 07399 767480


About Floatability... 

"We help people with disabilities to get out and about, meet people and make friends, enjoy the River and perhaps take up fishing. We offer leisure and fishing trips in a supportive environment." 

Upstream or downstream we are having fun nature spotting, meeting friends and feeding ducks. 



Images from last years' event: 


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