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South Somerset

'The Balsam Centre is owned and managed by a charity (Wincanton Community Venture) set up by loc ...
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Download PDFs from the Website: [1] Walk to One Tree Hill - - - : [2] Walk to Stocklinch Ottersey Church - - - : [3] Walk to Ilford & River Ile - - - : [4] Walk to South Petherton - - - : [5] W ...
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The six Walks are: [1] Over the Hill to Holditch - - - : [2] Views of Three Counties - - - : [3] Dorset Vistas - - - : [4] Oak Tree Trail - - - : [5] The Drift to Wreath - - - : [6] To Paradise and ...
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''West Sedgemoor is part of England's largest remaining wet meadow system. Set among the Somerset Levels and Moors, it has the largest lowland population of breeding wading birds such as l ...
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''The modern parish of Abbas and Templecombe was formerly two separate estates and villages.  The more northerly one was held from Saxon times by Shaftesbury Abbey and thus known a ...
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'The Manor of Crewkerne was part of the royal estate of the kings of Wessex. King Alfred the Great left in to his son in his will. Crewkerne had its own Minster and the Domesday Book records that i ...
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'The 90 mile Dorset Jubilee Trail was established to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Ramblers' and was opened in 1995. The route was compiled and surveyed by members ...
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'The path was established by creating rights of way via tracks and lanes. It is named after John Leland who visited South Somerset during the years 1535 - 1543. In his role as royal librarian, his ...
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'The route of the Liberty Trail is based on information recorded by six rebels from various villages in Somerset and Dorset. Villagers from the two counties made their way to join the Prot ...
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'The path follows the valley of the River Cary to Somerton, then crosses the Somerset Levels to North Petherton. From Langport to a point near Westonzoyland the route coincides with the River Parre ...
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'The route follows existing public Bridleways and new sections of permissive bridleway. The trail is waymarked and easy to follow - look out for the wooden Herepath posts.' [The Neroche Scheme, as ...
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The Walks include: [1] West Coker Parish Walk (4 miles) - - - : [2] Hardington Parish Walk (4 miles) - - - : [3] Odcombe Parish Walk (5 miles) - - - : [4] Barwick Parish Walk (3 miles) - - - : [5] ...
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