On this walk we will discover the origins of two famous nursery rhymes. We will follow in the footsteps of Jack and Jill - hopefully without any falls or breakages - and pass the house where Little Jack Horner Sat in a Corner (allegedly). From Kilmersdon we'll head to Mells and then follow the river to Great Elm. The MacMillan Way takes us up to Buckland Dinham. Crossing the A362 with great care we'll go through the fields to Hemington as we loop back to the start and a drink in the Jolliffe Arms. The hills are gentle but at this time of the year can be muddy. The walk leader will meet you in Kilmersdon. Please self-organise lift shares on the day and phone when departing (at 08:45).
Bring packed lunch. Pub to finish.
Walk Leader: Graham H. (07904 453709)
Walk Length: 20 km / 12.5 miles
Date: Sun 17 Feb 2019
Meet: 08:40 at St Mary Redcliffe
If you would be prepared to organise car shares on the day at the meeting point, please contact the walk leader.
Alternative meeting point: 09:30 at
Kilmersdon Village Hall car park
Please contact the walk leader if you will be meeting them there.
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