This circular walk, although a fair distance from Malvern, was still mostly in the Malvern District Council area, only occasionally going into Herefordshire at Middleton-on-the-Hill and Little Hereford.

A walk from Tenbury Wells

Starting at the market town of Tenbury Wells,
High Street

passing the Church of St Mary in Tenbury Wells
St Mary's Church

the walk stretched to 12.3 miles, giving excellent views of Titterstone Clee Hill and the surrounding countryside.
Titterstone Clee

About 1.5 miles from Tenbury, our group passed a wholesale tree nursery with a very descriptive sign.
Nursery sign

On towards Berrington, we were never far from the River Teme. This fly fisherman, reeling in a trout, found a way to keep his feet cool on a rare warm day.
Fly fisherman

The Titterstone Clee Hill was seen for most of the way and this was a typical view, although these sheep didn't seem to notice
Sheep in shade

We continued on through Berrington until, after crossing a narrow footbridge, (at right) we arrived at Little Hereford Church and stopped for a short coffee break.
Little Hereford Church

Our journey then took us towards Middleton-on-the-Hill, visiting the church where we stopped for lunch.
Middleton Church

From here we started the return journey to take us through Berrington Green, passing a herd of Al Pacas . .
Al Pacas
and a pretty mill-pond . .
Mill pond

before returning to Tenbury to see its 16th century bridge
and famous ‘pump rooms’.
Pump rooms

and the end of a superb walk.

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