Rushbury and Cardington

We’re exploring the lanes between the Wenlock Edge and the Stretton Hills. Although they’re barely two miles apart, Rushbury lies beneath the Edge, while  Willstone Hill’s Battle Stones and Caer Caradoc define Cardington. They may be quiet, but the villages feel prosperous, and Cardington’s Royal Oak is the archetypal English pub (no, not today…). Walking anticlockwise from Wall-under-Heywood, we reach the highest point on our route as we pass – and we’d better visit – the Sharpstones, where rocks poke out of the hilltop pasture. From there it’s all downhill…

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