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Low carbon experiences

All the amazing things you can do!

Nature Walk

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In any season, one of the great things about Somerset is that you're always within walking distance or a short drive of some beautiful scenery and a great picnic spot.

You might have seen all of the best bits of greenery in your area, but there's plenty to explore right not far away. From family walks to dog walks, hill climbs with gorgeous views to forest trails, there's something for everyone.

Cadbury Castle, 7 miles, https://www.visitsomerset.co.uk/discover-somerset/inspiration/history-and-heritage/cadbury-castle  -  ancient and mythical, this Bronze Age hill fort is also known by many as Camelot, and is believed to be the location of the castle and court of King Arthur.

Alfreds Tower, 6 miles, https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stourhead/trails/stourhead-king-alfreds-tower-walk

Sherborne Walks, 6 miles, http://www.sherbornewalks.co.uk/

Local walking routes:

https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/horsington-south-somerset

https://www.countryfile.com/go-outdoors/walks/best-walks-in-somerset/

https://www.somerset.gov.uk/waste-planning-and-land/walks-and-trails-in-somerset/

Haynes International Motor Museum, 6 miles, http://www.haynesmotormuseum.com/

Sherborne Abbey, 6 miles, http://sherborneabbey.com/

Sherborne Castle, 7 miles, http://www.sherbornecastle.com/

Sherborne Museum, 6 miles, http://www.sherbornemuseum.co.uk/

Fleet Air Arm Museum, 10 miles, http://www.fleetairarm.com/

Hauser and Worth, 6 miles, https://www.hauserwirthsomerset.com/

Bruton Museum and Town, 8 miles, http://www.brutontown.com/index.cfm?C_id=4

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