By / 21st July, 2009 / Uncategorized / Off

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The Jack Mytton Way gives riders, cyclists and walkers the chance to journey around seventy miles through some of rural England’s most unspoilt and beautiful countryside. The route starts near Highley and ends at the bridge over the River Terne in Llanfair Waterdine on the Welsh border.
The Jack Mytton Way is named after one of Shropshire’s most notorious but affectionately remembered characters. Known as “Mad Jack”, Mytton was famed for his outrageous and foolhardy pranks, so much so that he is known some two hundred years later!