little witcombe The CotAbout Britain has some useful and interesting information about the area.  We recommend visiting their website:

http://www.aboutbritain.com/towns/little-witcombe.asp

osmapFind places to walk:

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rightsofwayFor those who would like to find local footpaths and rights of way, we recommend visiting the Rights of Way website.

greatwitcomberomanvillaWitcombe is home to the remains of a 3rd century roman villa located less than a couple of miles from the village hall.  Best walked, you will be passing through some lovely countryside with stunning views.  Once there you can walk around and try to imagine what once stood in it's place.

The following websites will give you more information about the Great Witcombe Roman Villa and some other historical information about the area.

 

Click here for the English Heritage website.

For mre information visit the Wikipedia website.

For archaeology information visit Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society.

reservoirWitcombe is home to the remains of a 3rd century roman villa located less than a couple of miles from the village hall.  Best walked, you will be passing through some lovely countryside with stunning views.  Once there you can walk around and try to imagine what once stood in it's place.

 

The Witcombe Reservoirs are are great place to visit if you are into bird watching, running, or just just want a quiet country walk with amazing views.

Here are some websites worth visiting.

 

For walkers visit Rights of Way.

For runners visit Get Outside.

For nature lovers visit Bird Guides.

FoPrinknash Abbeyr those who would like to find local footpaths and rights of way, we recommend visiting this website With a lot to offer, Prinknash Abbey is a wonderful place to visit.  Get up close to all kinds of birds and animals and enjoy a walk around this popular destination.  A very enjoyable day out.

https://www.prinknashabbey.org/

3769004 8a8ae939If like myself you enjoy walking down country lanes, looking at thatched cottages, and a visiting churches out of pure curiousity, then St. Marys Church could be the ideal destination.
Located in Great Witcombe and not too far from the hall, this is a great place to have a brisk walk to.  On the way you'll be passing Witcombe Cricket Club which during the summer holds an amazing summer fayre.  You'll really get the atmosphere of typical British village life on this brisk walk especially on a summers day.

For those interested in the churches located in the immediate area, please visit the BSWB website http://www.bswbchurches.co.uk/


For those interested in architecture and sculpure The Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture offers some great content https://www.crsbi.ac.uk/site/5264/