To Bannister’s and Belswardyne

A (not very) circular route from Sheinton on a beautiful spring day, taking in Bannister’s Coppice, which is open and airy at this time of year, and the fields and woods around Belswardyne Hall. We thought we might see deer, but not today, though their footprints are in abundance. Heading back from Belswardyne, there are very young lambs in the fields and a fine view to the Wrekin.

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