Radley Heritage Walk leaflet

The Radley Heritage Walk, created by Radley History Club in 2021, is for anyone to walk – residents and visitors alike.

The walk is in two halves, both starting at the Bowyer Arms on Foxborough Road (OX14 3AE). Each half is about two miles there and back. One half takes you up to the parish church of St James the Great and onto the ancient ‘Radley Oak’ in the grounds of Radley College. The other half goes over the railway bridge down to the river Thames around Lower Radley, which was once the main part of the village.

The leaflet is FREE.

Printed copies are available in dispensers around the village for you to pick up – from the Bowyer Arms, Radley Village Shop, Radley Church and the village noticeboard.

If you don’t want to keep your copy of the leaflet please return it to a dispenser.

Alternatively, you can download a PDF of the leaflet:

More about the points of interest on the walk

Front cover of Radley Heritage Walk leaflet