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Find out what the old Somerset words 'rawny' (pronounced rau'nee) and 'knitch' (pronounced neech) refer to, where the woolly mammoth bones were discovered, and why were holly trees used in Sticky Bombs!
Welcome to the St Audries hidden history Storywalk along the England Coast Path. This trail is designed to be like a skimming stone of interesting facts, myth, history and tales linked to this location. The walks are designed to be read aloud to family and friends and to embellish your experience of the England Coast Path.
Route - from St Audries Bay park this trail journeys down to the beach and then eastwards along the coast.
If you want to delve deeper into local history it is recommended that you visit Watchet or Minehead visitor centres and libraries.
Length (out and back) - 1 mile / 1.6 km, allow a couple of hours at an amble.
Access - steep path onto beach then sand and shingle, not suitable for wheels, and beach is inaccessible at very high tides.