Lynch Lane Sunshine, Maximum and Minimum Temperatures and Rainfall for 2006 to 2020

Below are links to the data for the months March to June inclusive.  July and August will be added as we get there. The data for March to May have been posted earlier but you would have to chase about to make comparisons between months.  There is a separate file of Photo-voltaic generation totals for each month since 2010 which is a proxy for amount of sunshine.  An attempt is made to suggest which of the years has been sunniest and in which months.

 

2020.4.5 March max min rain and sunshine data 2006 to 2020  

2020.4.30 April max min rain and sunshine data 2006 to 2020

2020.6.1 May max min rain and sunshine data 2006 to 2020

2020.6.30 June max min rain and sunshine data 2006 to 2020

2020.6.30 Monthly kWh totals 2010-2020

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Photo Voltaic Panel total generation since 2010 for months March to August. Lynch Lane, Westbury-sub-Mendip

2020.5.29 Monthly kWh totals 2010-2020

Country walks around Westbury-sub-Mendip

Whatever the season, a country walk is a great way to get out and about.

Head for the Westbury-sub-Mendip Community Shop and pick up one of the Westbury Walks leaflets – they’re only 50p. All of the walks start and end at The Cross, so you can get started as soon as you leave the shop.

Each of the 20 walks is described in detail, with clear directions, maps and useful information plus an indication of how long each walk takes. They vary in length, some only a mile or two, others much longer, as you will see from the list below.

If you want to take supplies with you, the shop sells a variety of sandwiches, pies and drinks. Or you could go to The Westbury Inn for a post-walk cider.

WESTBURY WALKS Distance in miles
1 Millway, Broadway Hill 3
2 Strawberry Special 7.8
3 Ebbor Gorge, Wookey Hole, Wattles Hill, Easton 7.6
4 Priddy Veal Lane 5.6
5 Westbury-sub-Mendip Village 4
6 Priddy 6
7 Rodney Stoke & Draycott Loop 5.8
8 Hollybrook 2
9 Priddy Nine Barrows 9
10 Easton Levels 3.5
11 Ebbor Gorge, Rookham, Milton Hill, Wookey Hole, Easton 9.6
12 Lodge Hill 2.3
13 Coxton End Lane 5.4
14 Rodney Stoke & Stoke Woods 6.3
15 Ramspits 3.6
16 Ebbor Wood 5.7
17 Wells & back 11.3
18 Barrow Wood Land & the River Axe 6.6
19 Broadmead Quarry 2.7
20 Wedmore & back 11.2