Autumnal Drift: Journeying through the Middle of the Western March

A journey from Llanfair Waterdine in the Teme Valley to Ratlinghope set under the northern slopes and folds of the Long Mynd undertaken on 26th and 27th October 2012.

The journey, a pilgrimage to St. Margaret’s Parish Church at Ratlinghope, burial site of the last Sin eater in Shropshire, crossed the Clun Forest Anglican Deanery.

Llanfair Waterdine, at the southern end is a village and parish set along the Welsh border and the walk began almost on the border itself. The journey finished at Ratlinghope, high up in the folds of the northern end of the Long Mynd.

The two days are described via the following links:

Day One: Llanfair to Bishop’s Castle

Day Two: Bishop’s Castle to Ratlinghope

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