Stony Stratford may now be on the outskirts of the modern city of Milton Keynes, but historically it was an important market town that has stood since Roman Times on the route from London to Chester. It’s Anglo-Saxon name means “stony ford on a Roman road”. It is separated along the border of Northants by the Great Ouse River.
10.00 am meet in Stony Stratford
Approximately 10 miles
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