About

Ian Pearson (together with his partner Lynne) has been involved with the Coleridge Way project since its inception and walked the route prior to its official opening in 2005.

Ian is keen to continue his involvement with the path and planned to be the first person to walk the newly extended route on 1st June 2014 – thwarted by a broken arm while researching the guide!

Ian will be recording his experiences and writing a companion guide to the path full of quirky facts and interesting snippets of information, making this book a must read for all those walking the route. This will be available in the summer.

Ian and Lynne run Real Ale Walks taking groups walking in the Quantocks and they are also contributors to Country Walking Magazine

In the meantime, keep an eye open for blogs, tweets and updates.

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  • 17.05.17 British Library Legal Deposit

British Library

May 17th, 2017|0 Comments

I have just posted off a copy of the Coleridge Way Companion Guide to the British Library.

Perhaps it’s quaint, formerly it may have been to weed out seditious literature and now it ensures that the […]

  • The Walker

The Walker

May 10th, 2017|0 Comments

The Coleridge Way ends at Lynmouth (or begins there) after its 51 mile journey from Nether Stowey where Samuel Taylor Coleridge lived in the late eighteenth century. Not only does The Coleridge Way end there, […]