Daffodil Weekends in the Golden Triangle Route Map 2015 - from M50 Jn 3
Daffodil Way – This is the famous 10 mile circular walk established by the Windcross Paths Group in 1988. Superimposed here on the 1903 O.S. Map this gives you a guide through our heritage landscape, en route revealing the surprisingly few developments of the C.20th. An Illustrated Daffodil Way map is available at St Mary's Church (GL18 2BS), at tourist offices, and from the Friends.
Kempley Ancient & Modern illustrated map : all weather walks between the two famous heritage churches, from the centre at the village hall and St Edward's, along the daffodil verges of the quiet country roads, to the C12th St Mary's - photo opp.) . The route crosses the Daffodil Way, and links to several public footpaths as alternate returns if the weather is good. There are a dozen points of interest marked on the map to look out for - all the fun of a treasure hunt spotting details to reveal the development of a rural farming village, its buildings, monuments and landscape heritage. This map is sponsored by the Honor Ussher legacy to the Friends, 2012.
Circular route (2.5miles), many short cuts, and public footpath options
Easy walking for all the family and push chairs, although its a little steep onthe way back from St Mary's!
Kempley Daffodil Weekend 18 & 19 March, 2017. The Village Hall hosts Teas and Refreshments, stalls and walking tours. Every 20-30 mins the Daff'n'Ride bus (with disabled access) motors around the local Golden Triangle area - to bring anyone back to the car parking at the Village Hall
Daffodil Weekend Walks 18 & 19 March 2017
Guided Walks leave from parking at Village Hall, Kempley. GL18 2BP
11am 7 Mile Walk – an informative hike lasting about 4.5hrs, bring lunch. Good walking boots, wet weather gear. Through forest, field and the principal footpaths of the Daffodil Way.
10.45am Wildlife Walk - a ramble lasting about 3 hrs, in great company, only a few stiles 5 miles around the fields and woods. Circular route touching the northern tip of the villageand crossing private land with the approval of the landowners.
2.00pm Landscape History Amble – This year walk will include visits to some of the historic daffodil sites close to the village
Download the FREE 9 Sons of Kempley app from your online store before coming to Kempley, and discover the virtual story of those who lost their lives in the two World Wars of the 20C.
Other Maps. Including Two Churches Walk, updated March 2014.
Dymock Poets Walk 2 hour figure-of-eight route taking in Poets Path and fabulous Ketford Daffodil Bank – renovated by Glos Wildlife Trust in 2010 see http://www.dymockpoets.co.uk/Visit.htm for their 2016 event
Oxenhall Daffodil Weekend 9 & 10 April 2017- Glos Wildlife Trust walk and talk at Betty Daws Wood, Teas at Oxenhall Village Hall. Children events to make your own daffodil See: www.gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk
NEW Kempley Cycle Route map
Three routes, which link with the New 2 Churches A&M map (see above), on quiet country lanes - with only a short stretch on the Dymock /Leominster B road through Dymock village.
This map is sponsored by the Honor Ussher legacy to The Friends