A trip out with my support worker today, the first time this year. We went to Towton near Tadcaster and did the battlefield walk, an easy circuit of about three miles with about a dozen very detailed information panels about Britain's bloodiest battle which took place during the Wars of the Roses.
The first place we visited though was the village of Saxton about a couple of miles before the start of the walk.
We then drove to the roadside cross which indicates the start of the Battlefield Walk; the walk took us just over an hour going through gently undulating countryside. The information boards, although detailed didn't seem that relevant to me, concentrating mainly on the characters involved and not the actual battle.