- Mown paths
- Lovely meadows with far reaching views
- 3km circular walk including Keephatch Meadows
- Links to other greenspaces including Pope’s Meadow
Where you’ll find it…
Find the pedestrian-only entrance off Ellwood Fields, Amen Corner, Binfield, nearest postcode RG42 4FZ. Grid reference SU 83732 69249. What3 Words: limp.diary.audit. Or use the Keephatch Meadows car park off Binfield Road, Wokingham RG40 5PR. Grid reference SU 82991 69615. What3Words: sits.bland.valley.
N.B. We’ve given the nearest postcode, but recommend using the links to look up the exact location. The centre of a postcode may be up to half a mile from your destination.
What you’ll find there…
One of the nicest surprises during the research for ‘Greenspace on your doorstep’ was our first visit to Piglittle Field. We visited on a blue sky, snowy day in January and it was lovely, with far reaching views of the surrounding countryside. On a clear day, you can see all the way to the Chiltern Hills.
The footpath extends beyond the area shown on the noticeboard, so it’s even better than it looks. Neighbouring Keephatch Meadows has a circular, surfaced footpath and links very nicely with Piglittle Field to create a 3km route. The route through onto Keephatch Meadows can be rather muddy though.
There are also options to build a visit to Piglittle Field into a longer walk from nearby Pope’s Meadow. It’s possible to walk from Peacock Meadows, but the footpath is not very pleasant in places, so we’d recommend the former option at the moment. You can also pickup the Wokingham Way here or the Rambler’s Route at Pope’s Meadow.