Yesterday evening we had a walk into King's Sutton, although the village is close to the canal it is cut off by the river Cherwell. It's a 2 mile walk from our mooring via Twyford bridge road to a footpath through fields, over railway tracks to the village, negotiating some entertaining stiles on the way. The village is very pretty with fine sand stone dwellings and a quaint village green. We had a seat outside the White Horse and enjoyed a Brakspear ale before making our way back to the boat.
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|King Sutton parish church.|
|King Sutton village green and the White Horse.|
On the walk back we spotted to deer hiding in the tall grass and a couple of foxes hunting in the newly cut field.