Hampshire Walk – December 2014

Head to the lovely New Forest National Park for a choice of walks at Lyndhurst. Stop off at the Victorian church to see the grave of Mrs Hargreaves who was the inspiration for Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and to see a fresco by Edward Burne-Jones, before meandering through winter woods, admiring views across White Moor and passing the thatch-roofed cricket pavilion and Bolton’s Bench; published in the December 2014 issue of Hampshire Life. For lots more walks in the New Forest visit the Books page…

Image - The picturesque thatch-roofed cricket pavilion at Lyndhurst
The picturesque thatch-roofed cricket pavilion at Lyndhurst