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On a pleasant mid-October morning, 20 walkers and 4 dogs gathered on the village green before driving through some autumnal mist to the little village of Dewlish, there to embark on a walk which, surprisingly in the light of so much of Dorset's footpaths having been trodden by the Mileaters in the past, was unfamiliar to most, if not all. As the sun rose and we headed up onto downland, the mist lifted and the countryside spread out before us in all directions.

Dewlish2We mastered our three stiles early on in the walk, the last of those being a somewhat troublesome double one, which presented a bit of a challenge to those slightly less agile, but thereafter only gates to pass through and fairly gentle inclines to ascend. A coffee stop a little before the delightfully named Gallows Corner at the halfway point and a short pause later to take advantage of the blackberries clearly demanding to be picked and eaten provided a couple of breaks.

Peter Wilkinson

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