Cider Press ?
At least I think that is what it is. Seen at the side of the road when entering Hutton from the Uphill end. A resident must have rescued it and turned it into a 'feature'. Needed a little note of explanation nearby.
St Mary's Church Hutton
Set off the main road through Hutton, St. Mary's Church is a typical example of a Somerset church. The current building is about 500 years old and serves the community well.
Leaving Hutton, there is a turning off to the right which runs over the Mendip Hills and leads to Banwell. This is a fairly steep climb with some wicked little lumps and hairpin bends in it. It was a relief to stop and take this photo!
My fan club!
Trudging up Canada Combe I was pleasantly surprised when my wife Sue overtook me and had a chat as she kept pace. Two of the grandchildren joined in as well. Very grateful for a drink that was offered near the top as well. Later, found them waiting at a viewpoint overlooking the Somerset Levels.
A short but fairly tough ten miles.