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Kilve's Cardboard Cream Tea

Cream Tea

Call me old fashioned if you like but this is not my idea of a traditional Somerset Cream Tea.

More like a railway station buffet hurry-up-before-the-train-comes.

(from your webmaster 11 Sept)

Sunday Aug 28th: Mendip Walking Festival

Mendip Walking Festival

Some of the Taunton group
exhausted at the end of a very
decent walk. Walked at a
very rapid pace!

Wednesday August 8th Culmstock Beacon (Mike's pics, leader Tim)

Culmstock Beacon walk

Culmstock Beacon walk, group

Wednesday Aug 4th: Ham Hill (pics from Mike)

Ham Hill monument

Devons

Not a recent walk - but when? (from Peggy)
MacMillan Way
Ash Priors walk Friday, July 23rd (from Mike)

Ash Priors at start

Ash Priors


1) Setting Out

2) A Shady Corner.

Weds July 14th, from Blue Anchor (pics from Mike)

Blue Anchor

Longhorn Cattle

Judy's walk, setting out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Longhorn cattle


(note from Editor: had some from the Dulverton butcher last year: about the most delicious beef I've ever tasted)

July 9th, from Maunsel Lock (pics from Mike)

Maunsel Lock

Maunsel Lock lunch

Weds June 23rd. (from Mike)

Low Ham church

High Ham windmill


Liz's splendid walk from High Ham
1) The Church in the field at Low Ham.
2) At Stembridge Mill.

Sunday 20 June 2021 (from Sue C-B)

Monksilver group


A lovely circular walk from Monksilver via Nettlecombe and Roadwater with Carol. Two visitors from Yorkshire joined us in the soft refreshing rain.

 

Sunday 13 June - (from Sue C-B)

Doone Valley


Doone Valley, Brendon Common and East Lyn Water led by Kathy

Another sunny Sunday on the moors!

Sunday 6th June (from Wendy)
Burton Pynsent Tower


It was overcast but very sultry for Lynda's scenic 11 mile walk out from Fivehead today. The wild flowers in the meadows were delightful, notably the buttercups, orchids and vetch lings, identified by Paul. Today saw the relaunch of car sharing from the Crescent. Almost back to normal!

Sunday 16th May: Porlock Bay (pics from Mike L)

Bluebells

Group at Porlock


11 miles including the Rugged South West Coast Path. Familiar ground but always new things to see and new paths to discover. Bluebells on the rugged coast path and spectacular views walking back round Bratton Ball.