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Winchcombe walking route named among Britain’s finest.

The list shares inspiration for those wanting to get out and about as it lists 10 of Britain’s finest winter walks which all have a cosy pub at the end.

The Sudeley, Kenelm and Monk’s Hole walk starts and finishes in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire which is around a 40-minute drive from Worcester.

The 4.75 mile long (7.7km) route loops from Winchcombe and takes walkers around 2.5 – 3 hours to complete and you can find out more about it here.

The Telegraph said: “You could spend a week – maybe all winter? – walking around wonderful Winchcombe.

“An official “Walkers are Welcome” town, it has trails leading every which way from its half-timbered, honey-stone centre. This loop is a vitalising taster, with history and hills aplenty.

“It first heads south to skirt magnificent Sudeley Castle before heading to St Kenelm’s Well, a miraculous spring linked to the 11th-century saint.