Way of the Roe Deer, Longdon
The route of a trackway dating to the Migration and Early Medieval periods. It is known from documentary evidence to have been called 'The Way of the Roe Deer'. It is located south west of Darlingscote.
1 A Tredington charter of AD 757 (though the relevant boundary clause is of a later date) refers to the rahweg (way of the roe deer). Part of this route has been identified climbing the hill north of Far Longdon along the parish boundary.
2 Map showing identified part of route.