The Folklore of Flowers


Walk Leader: Mark Langley Monmouthshire Countryside Service

Date: Friday 22nd June 2012 10:00a.m.

Start & finish point: Llanbadoc Island Site (SO377000) Postcode NP15 1SX. The site is situated behind Llanbadoc Church, ½ mile out of Usk on the road to Caerleon.

Distance: 5 miles

Time to walk: Approx 3 hours

Description: Ever wondered how the daisy got its name, what plant can be used to cure piles or how you can use an apple to foretell your future spouse? If so then join us on this light-hearted look at the folklore of flowers. We will be travelling through fields, woodlands and along farm tracks in the area between Llanbadoc, Usk and Gwehelog.

Terrain: One short steep slope and lots of stiles.

For your rucksack: Bring your camera, snacks and drinks.

Price: £5 per ticket

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