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(From Western Morning News)
Martin Hesp responds to readers' requests and comes up with a walk for all After seeing last week's relatively short walk near Zennor several readers wrote in asking for more of the same, but with one very important difference - they asked for walks that are wheelchair-friendly, which that fabulous coastal 40-minute traipse down in West Penwith most certainly was not.
Whenever I'm asked about this subject I immediately point folk in the direction of the Forestry Commission - of all the land-owning bodies in the country, it is the best when it comes to laying out short circular trails in attractive countryside for people with mobility problems.
And one of the best has to be the viewpoint path at Staple Hill on the edge of the Blackdown escarpment high above Taunton. It may …