Ceri

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Ceri Forest is a coniferous forest which sits astride the Kerry Ridgeway in the uplands of Montgomeryshire. The Kerry Ridgeway, a long distance regional footpath, runs from near Newtown in Powys to Bishops Castle in Shropshire through the Ceri Forest.

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From the Welshpool-Newtown road (A483) take a left at the first roundabout, follow the A489 to Craven Arms. After approx 3 miles you enter the village of Kerry, proceed through the village, turn right onto B4368. Follow the road for approx 3 miles this will take you past Block Wood, continue along this road until you come to The Anchor Inn. At the crossroad take a left turn and follow this road until you come to the crossroads (approx 1.4 miles), turn right here onto the Kerry ridgeway and the car park is 500 metres on the left.

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