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Titterstone Clee Heritage Trust Putting Titterstone Clee ...

Titterstone Clee Hill named on the "The Mappa Mundi". Titterstone Clee is unique in being the only named hill to be shown on the 14th century map of the world "The Mappa Mundi" preserved in the library of Hereford Cathedral. The aim of the Titterstone Clee Heritage Trust is to put Titterstone Clee back into it's rightful place.

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Mappa Mundi - Meadow Arts

2004-9-5  Mappa Mundi 19 June - 5 September 2004 Sculpture by Stephen Cox. After working for many years in Italy, France, Egypt, and predominantly India, renowned sculptor Stephen Cox came to set up his main studio on the flanks of the Clee Hill in

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Sun and snow on the Clee Hills - Shropshire and Beyond

2020-3-7  Brown Clee is the highest peak in Shropshire, at 540 metres. In fact there are no hills higher to the east until you reach the Urals in Russia. However its smaller neighbour, Titterstone, has the distinction of being the only named hill in England to be

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Magical sunrise over Shropshire

2021-9-30  Titterstone isn’t the highest summit in Shropshire - that accolade goes to its neighbour, Brown Clee - but it is the only named hill shown on the Mappa Mundi. This is the 13th century map of the known world which is preserved in the Chained Library at Hereford Cathedral.

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Titterstone Clee Hill Wounded Hill - On Landscape

2020-8-3  The exploitation of the hill’s resources started long before the quarries however. Some of the bell pits, sunk into the shallow coal seams, are hundreds of years old. The Clee Hills (Brown Clee is Titterstone’s slightly taller sister seven miles north) are even drawn and

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Tenbury Road, Clee Hill - rightmove.co.uk

2021-8-26  Location - Clee Hill is a small village which forms part of the Clee Hills which are a range of hills in Shropshire consisting of Brown Clee Hill, the highest peak in Shropshire, and Titterstone Clee Hill. Clee Hill features prominently on the Hereford Mappa Mundi.

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Ludlow view from Titterston with lighter lovers – Witch ...

2021-8-17  Clee Hill is one of only a few hills and mountains noted on the Hereford Mappa Mundi, a 13th Century map of the world displayed at Hereford Cathedral. Titterstone Clee is popular with walkers, but much less so than nearby hills such as the Long Mynd. Walkers can access the summit by taking the A4117 from just past Bewdley and Ludlow.

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Hilltops valleys - Shropshire Hills AONB

Adjoining the hill is Catherton Common, a recent Shropshire Wildlife Trust nature reserve with a wide variety of plants and animals. Brown Clee. Brown Clee has twin summits, Clee Burf and Abdon Burf, the latter being the highest point in Shropshire at 546 metres above sea level.

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Angel House Barns, Bitterley, Shropshire 3 bed barn ...

Location - Angel Bank is a small hamlet which forms part of the Clee Hills which are a range of hills in Shropshire consisting of Brown Clee Hill, the highest peak in Shropshire, and Titterstone Clee Hill. Clee Hill features prominently on the Hereford Mappa Mundi.

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5 under the radar places to visit when you come to Ludlow

2021-3-12  Clee Hill isn’t *quite* the tallest hill on the block (that honor goes to its neighbour, Brown Clee) but the view from the top is absolutely unrivalled, and different every day. Seriously, if you drove up there every day during your stay you’d get a different, but equally glorious view.

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Clee Hills - Shropshire and Beyond

Clee Hills. The Clee Hills consist of Brown Clee - the highest peak in Shropshire - and Titterstone Clee, the only named hill to appear on the Mappa Mundi, a 13th

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Number 8 - Titterstone Clee - Shropshire Hill Walks

Wow! Brecon Beacons, Malvern Hills, Ludlow, Wenlock Edge, and the Brown Clee ; The Giant's Chair Plenty of rock and scree, an outcrop on the north side is know as 'The Giant's Chair' Mappa Mundi. In Hereford Cathedral you can see the Mappa Mundi, made in ~1300 AD on a single sheet of calf skin is a map of the known world (of the time).

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Titterstone Clee Hill Wounded Hill - On Landscape

2020-8-3  The exploitation of the hill’s resources started long before the quarries however. Some of the bell pits, sunk into the shallow coal seams, are hundreds of years old. The Clee Hills (Brown Clee is Titterstone’s slightly taller sister seven miles north) are even drawn and

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Bitterley - Titterstone Clee Hill - Walkingworld

Honoured as one of the few hills depicted on the famous medieval Mappa Mundi that is in Hereford Cathedral, Titterstone Clee Hill is the third highest in Shropshire and within the designated area of outstanding natural beauty. It has a dual character: on the north side, its natural beauty is preserved; on the south, it bears the fascinating ...

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THE NOVERS LIMEWORKS PROJECT

2014-2-25  century Mappa Mundi demonstrates that the hill was an equally important landmark in the medieval period. The Clee Hills have been described as a landscape of ‘social geology’, defined as ‘an archaeological and cultural landscape dominated by the nature of its mineral resources’. Figure 1: Titterstone Clee Extractive Industries past and ...

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Tenbury Road, Clee Hill - rightmove.co.uk

2021-8-26  Location - Clee Hill is a small village which forms part of the Clee Hills which are a range of hills in Shropshire consisting of Brown Clee Hill, the highest peak in Shropshire, and Titterstone Clee Hill. Clee Hill features prominently on the Hereford Mappa Mundi.

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Hilltops valleys - Shropshire Hills AONB

Adjoining the hill is Catherton Common, a recent Shropshire Wildlife Trust nature reserve with a wide variety of plants and animals. Brown Clee. Brown Clee has twin summits, Clee Burf and Abdon Burf, the latter being the highest point in Shropshire at 546 metres above sea level.

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Ludlow view from Titterston with dragon lovers – Witch ...

2021-8-17  Clee Hill is one of only a few hills and mountains noted on the Hereford Mappa Mundi, a 13th Century map of the world displayed at Hereford Cathedral. Titterstone Clee is popular with walkers, but much less so than nearby hills such as the Long Mynd. Walkers can access the summit by taking the A4117 from just past Bewdley and Ludlow.

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Titterstone Clee Hill – Shropshire, England - Atlas Obscura

Rising abruptly 1,750 feet from the otherwise gently rolling countryside of the English Midlands, Titterstone Clee Hill is one of the steep-sided Shropshire Hills. Towards the summit of this sheep ...

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5 under the radar places to visit when you come to Ludlow

2021-3-12  Clee Hill isn’t *quite* the tallest hill on the block (that honor goes to its neighbour, Brown Clee) but the view from the top is absolutely unrivalled, and different every day. Seriously, if you drove up there every day during your stay you’d get a different, but equally glorious view.

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Clee Hills - wikipalapp

Clee Hill features prominently on the Hereford Mappa Mundi. Terminology. The Clee Hills often cause confusion amongst people through their names, but basically: The Clee Hills are the range of hills in southern Shropshire consisting of Brown Clee Hill and Titterstone Clee Hill. Cleehill is a small village on the southern slopes of Titterstone ...

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Bitterley - Titterstone Clee Hill - Walkingworld

Honoured as one of the few hills depicted on the famous medieval Mappa Mundi that is in Hereford Cathedral, Titterstone Clee Hill is the third highest in Shropshire and within the designated area of outstanding natural beauty. It has a dual character: on the north side, its natural beauty is preserved; on the south, it bears the fascinating ...

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Titterstone Clee Hill – 7 foot 8 inches long – Witch ...

2021-8-17  Clee Hill is one of only a few hills and mountains noted on the Hereford Mappa Mundi, a 13th Century map of the world displayed at Hereford Cathedral. Titterstone Clee is popular with walkers, but much less so than nearby hills such as the Long Mynd. Walkers can access the summit by taking the A4117 from just past Bewdley and Ludlow.

Read More
THE NOVERS LIMEWORKS PROJECT

2014-2-25  century Mappa Mundi demonstrates that the hill was an equally important landmark in the medieval period. The Clee Hills have been described as a landscape of ‘social geology’, defined as ‘an archaeological and cultural landscape dominated by the nature of its mineral resources’. Figure 1: Titterstone Clee Extractive Industries past and ...

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Tenbury Road, Clee Hill Offers in excess of £550,000 Sold ...

Clee Hill is a small village which forms part of the Clee Hills which are a range of hills in Shropshire consisting of Brown Clee Hill, the highest peak in Shropshire, and Titterstone Clee Hill. Clee Hill features prominently on the Hereford Mappa Mundi.

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Hilltops valleys - Shropshire Hills AONB

Adjoining the hill is Catherton Common, a recent Shropshire Wildlife Trust nature reserve with a wide variety of plants and animals. Brown Clee. Brown Clee has twin summits, Clee Burf and Abdon Burf, the latter being the highest point in Shropshire at 546 metres above sea level.

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Ferndale, Tenbury Road - media.rightmove.co.uk

2021-8-26  Clee Hill is a small village which forms part of the Clee Hills which are a range of hills in Shropshire consisting of Brown Clee Hill, the highest peak in Shropshire, and Titterstone Clee Hill. Clee Hill features prominently on the Hereford Mappa Mundi. Located half way between the market towns of Ludlow and Cleobury Mortimer both of which provide

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Clee Hill: St Peter - A Church Near You

Sitting on top of the imposing Clee Hill – which features both on the Mappa Mundi and in Brother Cadfael – St Peter’s has a friendly, hard working congregation. There are good community links with both the building and the CoffeeCraft group. The parishes of Tenbury Team are committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults.

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Titterstone Clee Hill – Shropshire, England - Atlas Obscura

Rising abruptly 1,750 feet from the otherwise gently rolling countryside of the English Midlands, Titterstone Clee Hill is one of the steep-sided Shropshire Hills. Towards the summit of this sheep ...

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2021-6-24  Clee Hil: Sitting on top of the imposing Clee Hill – which features both on the Mappa Mundi and in Brother Cadfael – St Peter’s has a friendly, hard working congregation. There are good community links with both the building and the Coffee Craft group. Go Here to visit their web page. Coreley:

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