Swansea Ramblers Walk
Pembridge short walk
17th April 2016
Leader: Clive Scott
Swansea Ramblers' Leominster weekend away continued with a long walk from Leominster and a short walk from Pembridge. We all enjoyed the weekend away and our thanks go to the leaders and organisers who gave their free time to arrange the weekend. We saw the historic church and bell tower then explored the area around the black and white village.
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Leader Clive Scott
The church at Pembridge has a medieval detached Bell tower
Ancient beams strengthened with new timbers
Inside the old church
Pembridge is an attractive Black & white village
The churchyard even has model sheep!
No idea why there are sheep!
Clive continues the walk around the Pembridge countryside
Which took us past an old waterwheel
Shame it wasn't working!
Ordnance Survey map of the route walked
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Andrew Morgan & Myra Lewis 2016
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