Pay what you feel is right.. This new walking guide sheet is offered on a 'pay what you feel is right' basis. I create these in my spare time around my 9-5 work commitments.
As a default they're offered here for free but any contributions made will be very gratefully recieved (especially so if you've enjoyed using these Point2 guide sheets before). It will then be directly invested into time charting future walks, mapping and illustrating them and then distributing them here and promoting them.
Each guide sheet represents about 12-15 hrs of dedicated creation time on my part. Thanks as such for any contribution you're able to make here - Andy :)
Route description A lovely walk which takes you from an ancient church which is reputed to be the burial place of Welsh rebel prince Owain Glyndwr onwards over rolling pastures and fields to the Hundred and quiet remote lanes. The walk then follows the long, thin wood which was the 'Stockton Ride' a boundary ride for (what is now) NT Berrington Hall's lands. Consider calling in at the Stockton Cross pub which is on the last section of the walk for a refreshing drink, snack or food.