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Didcot to Upton Art Trail

Artist Tim Norris led students of Rycotewood to design a resting places or sculptures which reflects and compliments aspects of the passing landscape and local history. This follows the success of the partnership between Sustrans and Rycotewood College where studenst created artworks and resting places with resident artist Angus Ross for The Phoenix Trail. 


Schools Work

Local Students

Metal Artist Jon Mills worked on projects with local students from Hagbourne School and St Birinus School with much success to create exciting sculptures and develop new skills.

A partnership project 'Art and The Travelling Landscape - Didcot to Upton' has been a dynamic partnership project involving Sustrans, Oxford & Cherwell College Rycotewood Centre, Arts Council England - South East, South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils, the Town and Parish Councils, Hagbourne and St Birinus Schools. Special thanks to Doug Morris, Oxford & Cherwell College.

Plan your trip along the Didcot, Wantage and The Ridgeway.

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Discover the National Cycle Network

Whether you walk, cycle, run or ride a horse, there's plenty of opportunity for adventure and getting involved!

children cycling

Cycling is a great way to have fun as a family and these routes have lots of things to see and do along the way.

cyclist admiring route view

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kids out on a bike ride

Your donations will help maintain the National Cycle Network and provide safer routes for everyone to enjoy.