Swans canoodling on the Broad Water.
If you want to explore a newly opened part of Weybridge, simply walk around the new Broad Water path circuit. The walk is about three miles long and can be accessed in several places. From the Thames Path at Cowey Sale car park, Shepperton and Thames Path opposite D’Oyly Carte Island bridge, Weybridge. From Weybridge town centre at Grenside Road (turn right at the St Georges School barrier). From Walton a couple of hundred metres beyond Walton Lodge, along Oatlands Drive.
The green line indicates the new public footpath alongside the Weybridge Broad Water.
It is not yet completely wheel chair friendly – which is the intention. But you can cycle around it. There is one bridge yet to be built but you can easily cycle across the temporary construction. Two bridges over the Engine River still have steps but just dismount to cross. The western stretch from Grenside to Thames path has two kissing gates so a tandem will not get though.
Engine River Bridge
You have to cross Walton Lane at the western and the eastern end to complete the circuit but both crossings are in or near 20mph limited areas.
Its great for all the family and, for a while at least, it is a well kept secret.
The hidden entrance at the Walton end along Oatlands Drive.
If you have never seen Broad water field you will not be aware that it has goal posts – no jumpers for goal posts as in Churchfields Rec.