On Saturday 4 November, after overnight rain, there were good walking conditions for 17 walkers who assembled on the marsh at Landimore for a circular walk to Weobley Castle and returning along Stembridge valley, arguably the most attractive in the peninsular.
They rested beneath dappled sunshine at the bridge in the valley and from Cheriton Church they struck out for home down to the marsh alongside North Hill Tor. The tide was well out and the terrain moderately firm along the marsh track. Lunch for some intrepid few was taken at the starting point and well earned after a varied and rewarding 3 hours walk in this rather special and less frequented part of Gower.
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