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Kempley

The village of Kempley can be found in the North Forest of Dean district, and is surrounded by unspoilt countryside.

Located between Kempley and Dymock village, lies the delightful Dymock Wood, which is varied in its array of wild flowers, especially in the spring when there is a beautiful display of daffodils and bluebells. Kempley Daffodil Weekend is held every spring and attracts many visitors.

Kempley is home to two 12th Century Churches, St. Mary’s and St. Edwards and are recognised by English Heritage as having some of the best preserved interiors of their age.

The Kempley Tardis website is project which documents the narrative heritage of the two landmark churches that lie within the parish.  It's objective is to motivate web-users to visit the area with an informed appreciation of the village, its environment and its heritage. You can find out more about the project and download all the daffodil and poet walks at http://kempleytardis.org.uk

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