Parish Walks

View from the Traveller's Rest out towards Upper Stanton Drew
View from the Traveller’s Rest out towards Upper Stanton Drew

A series of walks in and around Pensford brought to you by the Pensford Local History Group (PLHG)
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Pensford Village: A leisurely stroll of approximately 3 km (1.9 miles) taking in Pensford Hill, Church Street and / or High Street

Pensford to Stanton Drew and Stanton Wick: An 8 km (5 mile) circular walk starting at Pensford Post Office

Pensford to Woollard: A 5 km (3 mile) circular walk starting at the Lock-Up

Other walks you may enjoy

Pensford to Stanton Drew Circles   A walk from the village of Pensford, to Maes Knoll, a large embankment and hill-fort, then on to Stanton Drew Stone Circles
Stanton Drew Circles and Cove   The third largest complex of prehistoric standing stones in England
Keynsham Walk The Pensford to Keynsham Walk starts at Pensford and follows the River Chew through Woollard, Compton Dando and Chewton Keynsham ending at Keynsham
Chew Valley and Harptree Walk The Chew Valley and Harptree Walk follows the River Chew from a few miles from its source at Chewton Mendip through Chew Valley Lake to East Harptree
Stanton Drew to Pensford The Stanton Drew to Pensford Walk is a circular tour starting from the stone circles at Stanton Drew and following the course of the River Chew through Culvery Wood and Pensford finally returning to Stanton Drew
Woollard to Marksbury A six-mile walk between Woollard and Marksbury in NE Somerset, lovingly described by the AA as “serenity in a rich landscape nestling between the cities of Bristol and Bath”
Pensford to Compton Dando Circular A lovely ramble in the countryside starting at Pensford following the River Chew to Compton Dando, stop for lunch at the Compton Inn, then taking Circular route back to Pensford

The “green infrastructure profile” map of the entire Publow-with-Pensford ward

Blackrock Valley showing old tannery
Blackrock Valley showing the old tannery

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