Another lockdown means more contents from our weekly walks. This week we didn’t have a plan of where we were going, just got in the car and chose a direction. We ended up at Bredon Hill, which had an interesting structure at the summit, built in the mid-18th century, this mobile phone tower known as Parsons Folly, but was originally a summer house for MP John Parsons.

A relatively small hill, but it was steeper than it looked, although my fitness isn’t what it used to be. We had a fair bit of wind and was almost blown away when we reached the top. We picked a particularly cold day to go on a walk, and it was really trying to snow, but nothing suck unfortunately. Luckily despite the abundance of mud, we came out fairly unscathed, I did almost bite it though and got mud on my nice clean jeans.