The Piddington Circular Walk is an attractive rural route taking in Muswell Hill, the highest viewpoint in the southern half of Cherwell District. It starts from the village hall where there is usually ample parking (please see ‘By Car’ instructions below). With the co-operation of the landowners, all of the stiles on the route were replaced by gates in 2011, except for at point 7.
The circular walk is clearly described and waymarked but it helps to follow the information in this leaflet as you go. Please note changes can occur so before setting out on your walk, check on Cherwell District Council’s walks pages for updates in the leaflet text or along the route - www.cherwell.gov.uk/circularwalks The walk is explained and signed in a clockwise direction but once you have familiarised yourself with the route, you can walk it either way.
- Free Parking
- Off Lead Areas
- Animals On Route
The Piddington Circular Walk starts at the village hall on the Ludgershall Road. To find it on a mapping website or using satellite navigation, the grid reference is ‘SP641174’ and the post code is OX25 1PU. By Train: Bicester North station is between Banbury and London (National Rail timetable 115). Bicester Town station is linked to Oxford (National Rail timetable 116). By Bus: Charlton on Otmoor Service 94 stops in Piddington and links to both Oxford and Bicester but this is an irregular service. Call 01865 331249 for details. By Car: Park in the village hall car park. Occasionally this may be full when the hall is being used. If this is the case, please park responsibly on village streets. Large groups planning to walk the route should contact the village hall number ahead of time - 07926 620422.1 Ludgershall Rd, Piddington, Bicester OX25 1PU, UK
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