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Step-Free 3 Bridge Stroll

Reading Walks Festival 2024

Mon 13 May, 10:30 & Sun 19 May, 10:30

We will take in three of Reading’s bridges as well as the Christchurch Meadows where we can stop for a break and take in views of the city across the water. During our walk we will learn some interesting facts about Reading as well as meet new like-minded people. Once we finish our walk you have the option of joining us for a lunch at the end too!

Key facts

  • Part of of Reading Walks Festival 2024
  • Sociable - make new friends while you are walking.
  • Paved, mostly flat and step free* walking from Reading Station to the river Thames. (*includes some slopes and kerbs)
  • Medium / 4km / 2 hours
  • Start and finish - The Three Guineas Pub at Reading Train Station
  • Comfortable shoes, water bottle, snack.
  • We will stop for regular breaks, so please bring drinks or snacks. There is also the option of joining us for lunch at the end too.
  • Toilets at the start / end of route and at the halfway point with a short detour.
  • Family friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible

About the walk leader

Clare Jarratt is the walk leader.

"I am the Engagement Officer for the Thames Path National Trail. I love getting out and exploring our beautiful countryside and meeting new people."

Getting there

Meeting point: The Three Guineas Pub at Reading Train Station

Daily trains from multiple locations, for route information, see Many Reading buses routes also drop off close to the station.

Many Reading Buses drop close by. The Yellow 26, Berry 23, Berry 24, Little Berries 29 and Pink 22 routes stop directly outside the station. For more information, see Reading Bus Website

Parking can be found at Reading Train station, but must be book in advance, please see for more details.