Started from Hambledon Lock, (who said Rotarians couldn’t walk on water?).
Lots of Red Kites on view.
Visited Remenham Church where the Verger happened to arrive & open the Church for us to have a look round. Dedicated to St Nicholas, which seems appropriate for Christmas.
Original Church goes back beyond Doomsday Book.
On the North wall is a memorial plaque to Lord Hunt who led the successful expedition climb Mount Everest in 1953 & lived for many years in the Parish.
Then back along the Thames Path, past Temple Island (with a stop for a drink & cake) to Hambledon.
A short drive to Phyllis Court where we an excellent Christmas Lunch.
Thanks to Bob & Jane for organising & to Freddie for the Ginger Cake.