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"Banburyshire" and the "Irondowns", the hilly land at the junction of Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire, is an area that many people pass through but few see. This photo-journal from around (and occasionally beyond) 'Banburyshire' aims to show what those speeding through on the rail- and motor-ways – and even many residents of the area – have missed.

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Recent rambles

Thursday 16th August 2018

Another short deadline problem. "It's OK", I thought, "I'll get it done and then go for a walk." Before I realised nine weeks had flown by in an instant. Nine weeks, slaved to the digital machine, looking at the ever-changing countryside from the office window.

Banbury, Crouch Hill, Giant's Caves, Banbury – 7.7km/4⅘ miles, 120m/400ft, 1⅚ hours

Monday 11th June 2018

Quaker Advices and Queries has an interesting paragraph, stating that you should come to meeting even when you are tired and spiritually cold. I think walking is the same. Everything about today makes it a silly day for a walk, but there is no time like the present. And yes, it was difficult, but at the same time unexpectedly rewarding.

Bus to Brackley Market Place, Evenley, Mixbury, Mosseycorner Lane, Turweston, Brackley – 14.2km/8⅘ miles, 190m/600ft, 5 hours