Dyrham Deers

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Lowland and Hill Walks
Aug 06

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11 miles on field-boundary paths and parkland.

Dyrham Park is a 17th century stately home in the middle of a deer park on the outskirts of Bristol.  Now owned by the National Trust, the parkland is accessible and is the start of the walk. Heading down to the west we'll get to the hamlet of Dyrham, which was noted in the Domesday Book as having 34 dwellings, before striking out towards Hinton and the M4. A slight course correction will see us walking across the gently rolling fields towards the wonderfully-named Pucklechurch, and (to get the required gay name into this description), Bottoms Farm.  Our route home will glance past Dyrham again and return to the car park.

Photo Credits: Photos taken by ODL members MEW and PL1957 and permission is granted to OutdoorLads for further use.

Dogs are welcome on my walks, though we may pass through fields with livestock: please make sure your bundle of joy is under control and what to do out in the countryside (there's loads of information on the web about it). Also, there may be more than one dog on the walk! Send me a message and ask if you're uncertain.

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