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Eardisley circular walk via the Great Oak

A walk with Eardisley Ramblers on their second outing around the local footpaths of Eardisley, Herefordshire
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Today we joined the Eardisley Ramblers group on their second adventure. A lovely crisp autumn day, the full walk was a little over six miles with the option to leave after about three on Park Lane, which leads to the back of the church (see map below). The walk took us to the Great Oak which is rumoured to have been mentioned in the Doomsday Book but probably not true as the tree is an estimated 800 - 900 years old. If you find yourself here give it a hug and get in touch with your ancestors.

Map of Eardisley Great Oak circular walk

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OS Map here.

©2022 Nigel BachmannCategory: WalkingLast modified: 05/09/2014