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A 60 minute walk (2 miles)

Family Friendly Walks: Ellesmere Eccentricities. The Mere, Ellesmere. An easy, there-an-back-again walk.Taking you around the Mere. Suitable for pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map and guide.
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A 40 minute walk (1 mile)

Family Friendly Walks: Nesscliffe Nonsense - Big American softies Nesscliffe Hill, Pine car park – off the A5 signposted Nesscliffe, take the next right to Great Ness. An easy walk through the Sequoia trees. Suitable for pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map…
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A 2 hour walk (2 miles)

Family Friendly Walks: Nesscliffe Nonsense -Robbers, Ramparts & Roundheads. Nesscliffe Hill, Pine car park - off the A5 signposted Nesscliffe, take the next right to Great Ness. A fairly easy walk through the Iron Age hillfort, past Oliver's Point & Kynaston's Cave, where highwaymen &…
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A 90 minute walk (2 miles)

Family Friendly Walks: Ellesmere Extravaganza. The Mere, Ellesmere. A gentle circular walk to the canal & back to the Mere. Not suitable for pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map and guide.
01743 255061

All summer 40 minute walk (1 mile)

Family Friendly Walks : Brown Moss Bogginess, Brown Moss, Prees Heath, Shropshire. (just off the A41 between Prees Heath & Whitchurch). Circular walk around the sponge-like mosses & through the wood. Flattish ground though can be boggy
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4 miles

A 4 mile circular route from Walkmill Meadows following the River Tern around the western outskirts of Market Drayton.  Along the route you will see Buntingsdale Hall, fields of Miscanthus (Elephant grass) and travel down Sandy Lane, an ancient bridleway.

Open daily 15th February - 1st November 2020

Gates open at 10:00am and close at 5:00pm. (Last admission 3:00pm).

The Follies is a fantasyland of cliffs, crags, caves, deep woods and a series of extraordinary monuments built more than 200 years ago. After years of neglect, the magical landscape was lovingly restored and reopened in 1993. Various events will be organised during the summer holidays including…
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