Combe and Castle

Sun 2nd Aug 2020

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region / Area
Southern England / North Wessex Downs
Local Group
Wessex
Distance
18ml.
Start Time
08:45
Route
Ludgershall village c.p. (SP11 9QD)

To Vernham Dean and back taking in Ludgershall Castle and the Hippenscombe dry chalk valley

General Notes
Limited to 10 walkers plus the two leaders. Please email wessex.walkssecretary@ldwa.org.uk if you would like to take part Bring sandwiches. (There may be an opportunity for a drink at the George, Vernham Dean)
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The George at Vernham Dean makes a good lunch stop. There is a grassy area with benches opposite the pub where sandwiches can be ingested. A suggested spot for mid-morning break is at the top of Hippenscombe SU290561 and afternoon break at track junction after Gammon's Farm SU276549

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