Bardsey and Pompocali

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The walk starts and ends in Bardsey, a picturesque village in between Wetherby and Leeds. The route goes through woodland with an abundance of wildlife as it is in the vicinity of Hetchell Woods. The route then passes through Pompocali, which is thought to have originated in Roman times. Following this, the route passes through remains of an old mill and the old Leeds to Wetherby railway line. The route next crosses open farmland, where there are good views of the surrounding countryside before returning to the village of Bardsey, which has an interesting mix of historic buildings including All Hallows Church, one to the best surviving Anglo-Saxon buildings in West Yorkshire.

England - North England - Yorkshire - Countryside


Ancient Monument, Birds, Church, Industrial Archaeology, Mostly Flat, Nature Trail, Public Transport, Waterfall, Wildlife, Woodland
9/25/2023 - Bryan Wood

This is an interesting walk which we did on a lovely sunny day in late September. Plenty to look at and an intriguing network of paths to explore.

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