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England Coast Path Storywalks are designed to offer a skimming stone of interesting facts, myth, history, nature and tales linked to location

IntroductionOnline walksNarrated walksStorywalks postersFeedback

Introduction

England Coast Path Storywalks are designed to offer a skimming stone of interesting facts, myth, history, nature and tales linked to location. They can be read aloud to family and friends or accessed with audio narration on the Ordnance Survey Secret Stories App. They are designed to embellish your experience of our coast.

There are twenty walks in all, and walking directions are included online or in the app. As you walk you are guided to stopping points along the route where new chapters in the story are revealed.

Please take note of signs requesting your co-operation along the route.
For more information download the Storywalks Leaflet.

Online walks

Storywalks walks can be accessed using a tablet or smart phone on the internet at englandcoastpath.storywalks.info or by scanning this QR code.

Somerset England Coast Path Storywalks

Narrated walks

To access the narrated walks, you will need to download Ordnance Survey’s Secret Stories app. To find out more and to access links to the app visit shop.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/apps/secret-stories

Storywalks posters

We have produced a series of electronic posters for the Storywalks showing the location of the walk, notes on the terrain, a short introduction and a QR code to take people to the walk online. If you would like to view, or download and print a poster for your local Storywalk, you can access them here:

Brean Down, Berrow Dunes, Burnham-on-Sea, Bridgwater, Combwich, Steart Marshes, Stolford, Lilstock, Kilve nature and heritage trails, St Audries Bay, Watchet, Blue Anchor to Dunster, Dunster Village, Minehead Town walks, Minehead Parks walks.

Feedback

If you have completed a Storywalk let us know what you think, post a picture of your walk with the hashtag #ecpstorywalks

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Find out more on our England Coast Path page.

Last reviewed: April 6, 2023 by Paul

Next review due: October 6, 2023

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