Shepton Mallet Fairy Trail

Shepton Mallet

Attractions

Ages:

  • All The Family
  • Under 5s
  • School Age

Venue:

Outdoor

Cost:

Free

Description

Let us take you on a magical, enchanting adventure (approximately 2km,1.3 miles long) discovering the Fairies of Shepton Mallet.

Let your imagination wander as you make your way though our traditional Mendip Market town nestled within the Mendip Hills. Walking along Town Street to the historic Market Square, up the High Street all whilst taking in the wonderful array of independent shops and cafes. Discover the home of James Allen, the snowdrop king who was the first person to breed new varieties from wild snowdrops and where the twin fairies live, then meander around the beautiful Collett Park and duck pond, past the Lawn Bowls Club and Tennis Courts and then down to the historic Cornhill Prison (currently open for tours) next you'll go down to the oldest parts of town and back to Town Street to discover the door of the unseen and only un numbered door of fairy Twilight.

Pop back through out the year to see what our fairies get up to.

Download and print the trail HERE

Pick up a trail handout (£0.50) from Cheeky Bean Café on the Market Place or The Fairy Godmother Shop (Bottom of Town Street)

October Half Term

Open hours