Date: 28th July 2018
Time: 2 pm
Meeting Point: Wraysbury railway station
Duration: This beautiful mindful hike will last for 90 minutes – 2 hours.
Ancient Yews and the “Most Important Document in the World” – Ankerwycke and Runnymede
Home to the National Trust’s oldest tree, a magnificent yew more than 2,500 years old, Ankerwycke and Runnymede are also steeped in human history. Near the site of the signing of the Magna Carta, a document that has been inspiring people for over 800 years, we will visit the ruins of a priory first established in 1160. This historical Thameside location is an oasis of calm and historical significance just 20 miles from central London.