EWF 2 – Kemerton
June 26, 2024
Bredon Park and playing fields car park
Woodland, Wetland and Wildflowers
- Mileage: 6 miles
- Grade: Easy
- Maximum walkers: 20
- Refreshments: Refreshments available in the village after the walk.
- Child friendly: No
- Dog friendly: No
- Information: Toilets in nearby Village Hall before the start of the walk.
Leaving Bredon, we soon enter woodland leading to Kemerton Lake Nature Reserve where we have the opportunity to visit a hide and will be met by a local expert and member of Kemerton Conservation Trust who will tell us about the origins and special features of the Reserve. We leave the Reserve to walk through meadows managed with nature in mind and onward via landscaped lakes to Robins Mill near Overbury, where there were once several cloth mills powered by the stream descending from Bredon Hill. Returning to Kemerton we pass by the John Moore Nature Reserve and walk through the conservation orchard run by Kemerton Estate and the hamlet of Lower Westmancote.
- Meet: Bredon Park and playing fields car park
- Map ref: SO 927 369
- Postcode: GL20 7LX
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To round off the Festival there will be a BBQ at The Lenches Club, Ab Lench Road, Church Lench WR11 4UQ on Sunday 30 June commencing at 6.00pm. Do come along, everyone welcome!