The Argae along the River Vyrnwy

Stage 14: Llanymynech to Nesscliffe

The argae is a flood defence along quite a stretch of the River Vyrnwy as you walk this stage. A warning that in winter after heavy rainfall some areas can be flooded.

The unusual timber framed church of St Peter's at Melverley stands right on the river bank . The Shropshire Way joins the Severn Way here and leaves the village crossing a stile at the road. The lanes can be used as an alternative if the fields are wet. A short deviation to The Royal Hill pub is a pleasant location by the river to pause for refreshment.

You are strongly advised to take an OS map and/or a GPS to walk the route. Please note the digital OS maps will show the new Main Route from January 2019.

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