Guided Walk: Ley Hill Medieval Settlement
A walk with a knowledgeable leader to the deserted medieval settlement on Ley Hill, excavated during archaeological evaluation work for the National Trust. There are the remains of a hamlet of seven buildings, surviving as low stony banks, though no documented history survives. The buildings are grouped along a former route from Exford to Porlock, and are associated with a field system nearby. There are some steep climbs.
This walk links to the talk in Simonsbath Festival on ‘Landscape Archaeology on Exmoor’ on Wednesday 9th, 7.30pm.
3mls/2.5mls. No dogs.
Meet 10.30am Horner Village National Trust car park (fee payable for non-NT members) TA24 8HY.
Refreshments available at Horner Tea Rooms, subject to Covid restrictions.
Current Government regulations allow groups of up to 30 people to meet for exercise. If these should change and this walk is able to go ahead, we will update information accordingly. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL in any case, using the form below.