The walk starts at the picturesque moated manor-house of Baddesley Clinton (National Trust), probably first established in the 13th Century and largely unaltered for 500 years. Baddesley Clinton was the home of the Ferrers family from 1517 and has an interesting history. During the Reformation the house was a haven for persecuted Catholics. It is said that the three priest holes (one in a sewer level with the moat) could hide up to 25 people. None were ever caught at this house. Also on the...