County Gate to Culbone and back.

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An enjoyable circular 10 mile walk from County Gate to the village of Culbone. It was wonderful to be out walking again along the South West Coast Path. A scenic cliff path walk through densely wooded walkways with tripping streams and open fields dotted with sheep and newly born lambs. We arrived at the village of Culbone and enjoyed a picnic sitting on an old bench in the graveyard of St Beuno Church.
St Beuno Church is reported to be the smallest church in England and dates back to the 13 Century a delightful place set within an aged wood, the sunlit graveyard was a delightful way to spend time in the sun.
We returned back to County Gate via a higher footpath through farmland disturbing herds of sheep and lambs on the way. Finally we made our way back over the high moor through the County Gate Stones back to our car. Below are a couple of links with regard to this walk. Al

https://www.highcliffehouse.co.uk/county-gate-culbone-church
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culbone_Church

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.nationalchurchestrust.org/church-of-the-week/st-beuno-church-culbone-0&ved=2ahUKEwiPuvbg5avwAhWEUcAKHbGMB5wQFjABegQIDxAC&usg=AOvVaw0Wi4w6ecvUsjU6Ur5sGpcz

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