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Tyndale Monument, North Nibley
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Walked through the forest to the monument!! Very windy however the view got the top was breathtaking!! Worth the walk up the many stairs!!
Walk takes about 15 mins to reach the monument. We parked in the village. Path is quite steep and uneven so not suitable for wheelchairs. Once at the tower then there is a narrow steep staircase that ... read more »
My wife & I are walking the Cotswold Way in pieces. We have in fact walked from Chipping Campden to Kings Stanley & have also now walked from Wotton-under-Edge to Dursley. However, today my wife sat o... read more »
This is a monument to William Tyndale, who translated the Bible into the English language, and whose heresy (according to those who preferred he hadn't), was paid for with the ultimate penalty. A son of Gloucestershire, Tyndale is fittingly honoured by this tower, which provides the intrepid person prepared to climb its not insignificant spiral stairway, a wonderful view over the Gloucestershire countryside, across to the Severn estuary, and beyond to Wales and the Black mountains. There are lovely walks in the immediate area, and a ver diverse range of often quite rare wildlife. The Cotswold way is close at hand and if you have an interest in archaeology one can find Brackenbury ditches (hill fort) approximately half a mile distant in nearby Westridge wood. Well worth a visit!
Lovely view. Well worth the short walk.
I'm going to see it, as William Tyndale is my hero.
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