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Clent Hills, Worcs
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member DesG
N 52° 25.241 W 002° 05.936
30U E 561276 N 5808211
Quick Description: Clent Hills, North Worcestershire
Location: United Kingdom
Date Posted: 6/15/2009 7:06:30 AM
Waymark Code: WM6KGF
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Brentorboxer
Views: 14

Long Description:
The summits of the two largest hills, Clent Hill and Walton Hill are now the property of the National Trust. In 1974, the hills became a country park, managed by Hereford & Worcester County Council under the Countryside Act 1968. In 1995, management reverted to the National Trust, which set up a new Advisory Committee in 2000.

The Clent Hills are also well-known for their role in the legend of St. Kenelm, who was murdered on a hunting trip at the north eastern slopes of Clent Hill in 821 AD. The church of St. Kenelm in the parish of Romsley marks the site of his murder. The church is the starting point of the sixty mile walk St Kenelm's Trail.

Parking, café and toilet facilities are available at Nimmings Wood car park (café and toilets are closed on Mondays only), N52 25.492 W002 05.561 (pay & display NT members free), at Walton Hill, N52 25.216 W002 05.088 (Free) and at Adams Hill, N52 24.980 W002 06.581 (Free). There are a limited number of other places you can park like at N52 25.033 W002 05.808 where the picture of the sign was taken where there is room for a couple of cars.

The address of property, including Postcode.:
Nimmings Wood Hagley Wood Lane B62 0NL


The charges to visitors and opening hours.:
Open all year.


Web page: [Web Link]

Parking place (optional): N 52° 25.483 W 002° 05.407

National Trust member: yes

References: Not listed

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