Rising above the village of Burrowbridge, this wonderfully named hill is a scheduled monument and is home to a Grade I listed ruined church on its summit. At 79 feet (24 m) high, it stands out from the flat land around and can be seen easily from the River Parrett Trail which passes by. Thanks to the Somerset Levels winter floods, Burrow Mump becomes somewhat of an island, like its cousin, Glastonbury Tor. A Norman motte and bailey castle was originally constructed here, but the only structure that remains is the impressive medieval church.
January 7, 2021
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