Lyth Hill walk on a Sunny Sunday
A group of Cicker’s members met at the top of Lyth Hill near Shrewsbury on a glorious spring morning. From the car park we could look out towards Haughmond Hill, The Lawley and Caradoc and as it was such a clear day we could see the Devil’s chair on The Stiperstones and on to Earls Hill near Pontesbury. Dennis Pitchford had devised an interesting walk over fields and into the wood where we saw carpets of bluebells. We then took the path over the Deer Field before returning to the car park. The group of 16 ambled for 2 miles stopping to admire the views along the way.!
This wall made a good resting place for some.
“The Last of the Summer Wine” might be a good title.
The walkers joined more members at The Abbey Hotel Monkmoor Road for a Sunday Roast which was enjoyed by all.