Around Soudley

Walking around Soudley from the Forest of Dean Heritage Centre, through an area littered with the evidence of the Forest’s industrial heritage. Most of what we can see now dates from the seventeenth century up to the nineteenth but iron working has a very long history in the Forest with evidence of activity dating to the Iron Age.

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Autumn in the Wye Valley

The weekly walks resume after a summer break.

Last time I walked these forest tracks with Chris it was the season of bluebells with a hint of the wild garlic to come. Today we sensed nature preparing for Autumn with the aroma of damp earth, leaves about to turn from green to gold and fungi dotted on rotting wood and along the path.

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Muddy Boots and Stuff – new blog

Not all those who wander are lost… but we do get lost quite often. Alison often posts photos and descriptions of our walks around the Wye Valley on facebook. A blog of her posts will collect them into one place so we can look at them on rainy, non-walky days!