Woodland Walks: don’t get lost in the Ivy Grove!

There are three smashing walks around the grounds at Mellington Hall – with fairly easy going for the most part, and some spectacular views. You can download a map here.(more)

Clun Castle

Clun Castle started as a Motte and Bailey castle, built by the Norman, Robert de Say, around 1140-50, as part of the Marcher lordship known as the Honour of Clun. Overlooking the River Clun and close to the confluence of the Clun and River Usk, the site was chosen for its defensive advantage and the...(more)

Bishops Castle Railway and Transport Museum

The Bishops Castle Transport and Railway Museum is a heritage site established and run by an enthusiastic team of volunteers.  The museum was opened in 1999 to preserve records and memorabilia of the Bishops Castle Railway, but has since expanded to include other material which is of great interest to railway enthusiasts and casual browsers...(more)

A Walk Around Bury Ditches Hill Fort

The Bury Ditches Hillfort, near Lydbury North dates from the 1st Millennium B.C. and is considered to be one of the finest hillforts in Britain. The hillfort is on Forestry Commission land so it is freely accessible to members of the public, with a car park close by.  This walk takes you round the fort,...(more)

Walcot Wood

Owned by the National Trust, the wood is remnant of ancient pasture woodland, once part of a large Elizabethan Deer Park. It is dominated by unusually shaped 400 year old veteran oak trees which are home to rare lichens and beetles. The Wood, which lies in a small valley below Bury Ditches Hill Fort and...(more)