History walks and talks may be organised from time to time. These will be advertised on village website and in Limpley Stoke News
Two particular history sources are highly recommended for further reading:
Limpley Stoke: Its Church and Its People by Arnold Lewis and Neil Mattingly.
SEE PDF DOWNLOAD AT BOTTOM OF PAGE
Provides numerous well-researched references to Limpley Stoke.
Copies of this book are available to purchase at the Galleries shop
Freshford Lane, BA2 7UR
tel: 01225 723249 email: email@example.com
Please see PDF downloads at bottom of page.
There is much to see in and around Limpley Stoke, including many beautiful walks. Please use the links below to navigate around our beautiful village and surrounding areas.
enables you to view the local OS map and in this way you can identify public footpaths. This is very helpful in planning a route.
Comes through our local villages. It takes you to the site of an old friary on Friary Lane by the River Frome. The route includes our local shop and café, the Galleries. Note: it is well worth a short 5-minute walk diversion from the Galleries to look at the early rudimentary pilgrim crosses carved into the Saxon archway which now stands inside St Mary's Church in Limpley Stoke.
See pilgrimage route here:
Considerable information on Cotswolds initiatives and events, including dark (starlit) skies and tranquillity protection requirements.
Provides links advice on compliance with natural dark skies requirements to maintain a starlit sky view.
Provides an online guide to local habitats and species. This application also allows access to Ordnance Survey maps and enables you to plan a route using public footpaths.
Landscape Partnership information and events: exploring, understanding and restoring Bath’s landscape.
Good for its wildlife news, and excellent local field trips and talks.
...and natural environment events based at Friary, Hinton Charterhouse