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Our Customers Say
I had a really lovely time and would like to extend my thanks to Gaynor for being such a great guide. Gaynor was very welcoming to us all and created a relaxed and friendly atmosphere within the group. She was informative and knowledgeable about the area, the features of the landscape, the wildlife [we saw a deer, a buzzard, and heard and saw skylarks] and the points of interest – iron age hill fort, chalk horse carved into the hillside, stone monument.
Gaynor enhanced the day by offering us the choice of an alternative to the five-mile walk we were expecting and took us on a four miler from our starting point, then we moved on to Avebury where Gaynor demonstrated a wide knowledge of the Neolithic stone age as she led us around the stone circle. The weather which had started cloudy with a chance of rain turned into a lovely sunny day when we reached Avebury and we all enjoyed sitting together to have our picnic lunches whilst quizzing Gaynor about every aspect of a Walking Women holiday. Everyone in our small group of five “tasters” enjoyed the day and seemed sold on the idea of going on a WW holiday.