Cirencester Ramblers

April 17th, Fritillary Walk at Cricklade

On a bright and fresh spring day 33 ramblers went on a circular 5 mile walk from Cricklade. The group walked up the old railway track to Cerney Wick.  After stopping for a coffee at the old lock we returned back along the canal to Latton Basin.  The intention had been to walk through North Meadow to see the fritillaries but it was closed as parts of the meadow was still flooded and the flowers only just emerging. Instead we crossed to the other side of the Thames and returned to Cricklade along the Thames Path.

Heading out from Cricklade

Heading out from Cricklade on the route of the old railway line

Group at Cerney Wick

A group photo after the coffee break with Cerney Wick Round House in the background

Canal Path

Footpath alongside Thames and Severn Canal, heading towards Latton Basin

Crossing the River Thames

Crossing the River Thames


Fritillaries in North Meadow (Photo taken from the footpath adjacent to North Meadow)

Walking back across the fields to Cricklade

Walking back across the fields to Cricklade


Feeding time for the lambs