A member of Work in Progress visited Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses, a National Trust site, on Saturday 20th May to experience the venue as a young person. At this site you can visit Kinver Edge, an outcrop of land that towers about Kinver, home to an Iron Age barrow with lots of walks, and the Rock Houses.
Here are a few points about what we enjoyed and what we would love to see next time.
• Very nice site
• Not sure how much disabled access there is, and the older members of our party found it hard to get up the stairs to the tea room
• There was no card machine so best take plenty of change
• The view was amazing from the top level
• Really liked the hobbit hole on the middle level
• The open houses were absolutely fascinating
• Information available was clear, concise and interesting
• Walk up to Kinver Edge was nice – would recommend visiting on a day that is predicted to be sunny, as walking back down in the rain is not so fun
We had a very good day out at Kinver Edge, despite the weather's best efforts. The site was extremely interesting, and the stories of the occupants were just the icing on the cake. The volunteers were really good as well, a lot of them able to give personal details about the site which was just brilliant. We'll definitely be going back again to take a closer look at Kinver Edge and see if there are some clearer remains of the Iron Age barrow.
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