To commemorate those who so bravely gave their lives in WW1, GetOutside Champion Gus Mckechnie takes us through the hidden histories around Ordnance Survey's Headquarters in Southampton.
Name: Gorsley, Forest of Dean
Place type: Village
Location: Grid Ref: SO 6812 2599 • X/Y co-ords: 368129, 225993 • Lat/Long: 51.9315,-2.46495114
District: Forest of Dean
County/Unitary Authority: Gloucestershire
Region: South West
OS Explorer map: OL14: Wye Valley & Forest of Dean / Dyffryn Gwy a Fforest y Ddena
Sellack, Hole in the Wall, How Caple. 15 miles
Walking route: 24.3km, Difficulty: Moderate
Ross and Foy from Hentland 14.5 miles
Walking route: 22.9km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Walking route: 6.4km, Difficulty: Moderate
Walking route: 5.1km, Difficulty: Moderate
biblings to steps
route: 5.8km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Biblins to Ross Rowing Club
Walking route: 26.2km, Difficulty: Leisurely
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Rickyard Cottage, in CASTLEMORTON
Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2
Lovely, detached barn conversion situated at base of Malvern Hills in peaceful Castlemorton. All ground floor, woodburner, conservatory, great walking. Malvern 6 miles.
Healer's Cottage, in HOARWITHY
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1
Charming 17th century barn conversion on owner's 5 acre smallholding, on rural outskirts of Hoarwithy. Exposed beams and woodburning stove. WiFi. Hereford and Ross-on-Wye 7 miles.
Beesoni Lodge, in CASTLEMORTON
Sleeps: 11, Bedrooms: 4
Quality, detached barn conversion, one mile from Castlemorton. Spacious with exposed beams. Over one floor. Ideal for exploring Malvern Hills and Severn Valley. Malvern 6 miles.