The first walk of this year’s Malvern Civic Society (MCS) series takes place through the fields, woods and common land in what is known as The Golden Triangle in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, where the famous wild daffodils may be seen at their best at this time of year.
Because this will be Kempley Daffodil Weekend, which attracts a large number of people, please arrive at the meeting point by 9.45am to enable us to set off promptly on the walk. The Dymock area can be reached in about 35 mins from Malvern.
Where to meet
To ensure the best possible viewing of the wild flowers the precise route, meeting point and parking details will be communicated a few days before the walk. Although the ground will be generally flat, and walking relatively easy, good walking shoes or boots should be worn, and a pole/stick may helpful. Further access details will be communicated.
(NOTE THE MAP ON THIS WEB PAGE IS ONLY SHOWING THE LOCATION OF DYMOCK – NOT THE MEETING POINT)
The walk will be approximately 4.5 to 5 miles long.
There are pubs in the vicinity and refreshments available in local churches and halls after the walk, but, given the popularity of this weekend, it may be advisable to consider bringing a packed lunch as an alternative.
Dogs would need to be on a lead due to the possible presence of livestock and if protected land is accessed.
The walk will be led by Dr Christopher Barnett, the MCS Country Walks Co-ordinator. who can be contacted by email on email@example.com. Those signing up for the walk will also be given a mobile phone contact.
To book a place on this walk
If you would like to join this walk please book a place with TicketSource. There is no charge for tickets, and 25 in total are available. Please ask to be added to a waiting list if the walk is currently full.