Two villages in the Blackmore Vale, dominated by streams, lakes, rivers and trees all connected by interlocking lanes.
From a new castle to a ruined one, a hidden village to a demolished church. Over railway and through woodland, circling the old castles of Sherborne. The landscape loved by Sir Walter Raleigh, who even made himself a stone seat to sit, smoke, watch the deer run wild and the world go by! Discover the … Continue reading Sherborne Castles, circling old and new.
From the little valley of the Sydling River climb up the chalk hills to discover ancient settlements, Roman roads, crumbing barns and miniature flying aircraft. Pass an abandoned lodge and trace an old road as nature takes them both back. View the valleys, hills and hillforts from up high, the slopes and spurs merging with … Continue reading Sydling St Nicholas