Mendip Hills Heritage Festival
4 days of walks and
visits in a beautiful part of the country.
The Mendip Hills are found in the
northern part of the historic County of Somerset and only 15 miles from
the City of Bristol. The hills stretch from Brean Down in the west to
the market town of Frome in the east with a huge variations in character
throughout the area. On the southern edge is the cathedral city of Wells
with the world famous Glastonbury only a few miles away. Cheddar Gorge
is the largest limestone gorge in the country and Cheddar is also famous
for its caves. Cheddar is not the only gorge, there are others including
Burrington Combe and Ebbor Gorge that all have much to offer. As well as
the caves at Cheddar, Wookey Hole Caves has additional attractions of
interest to everyone.
Why not join us on Mendip in
A programme of heritage walks and
visits is on offer, each chosen to highlight the amazing historic
interest of the area. Included is a selection of
heritage walks around local towns and the Roman mining remains at
Whilst in the area you will be
able to take the opportunity to undertake a variety of walks, both long
and short, to suit all ages and capabilities. The Society can advise on
suitable walks and and the availability of guidebooks.
To view the programme and to book
online use the link below.
For further details contact the Festival Organiser
or telephone 0845 409 2951.