We parked opposite the village hall in Chirbury and seven of us set off, initially along the A490 heading north before we turned west and headed across the fields to intercept Offa's Dyke Path. Ruth warned us that "There are a lot of stiles on this walk" - a bit of a contrast to our last (damp) walk in Mortimers forest which was entirely free of stiles - anyway, I started counting the stiles.
Chirbury church in the sunshine
Coffee time on Offa's Dyke
One of the several stiles - this one on Offa's Dyke path
A quick 'shot' of Colin
The peaceful river Camlad
Another stile as we emerged out of the Camlad valley
8.7 miles in good company and great weather to boot. Thanks to Ruth for leading us round this one.