Join us with or without poles for a walk along the Kingston Lacy Avenue of Trees in Autumn. Praying for a crisp sunny morning we will walk down one side and back along the traik of beech trees that follow the B3082 planted by William John Bankes in the 1840's.
The avenue was a birthday gift to William John’s mother, Frances, and there were 365 trees on one side of the road for each day of the year and 366 on the other, for a leap year.
The walk is 2 miles each way with a few ups and down alongs the way - at this time of the year the beech trees are stunning with the turning colours of Autumn.
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