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https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/book_2/

Navigate the Website>>> 10 Alton Circular
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromAlton
Overview

'Long but gentle walk visiting Selborne and Chawton, which inspired Jane Austen (writer) and Gilbert White (naturalist).'

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Area

https://www.visitmidwales.co.uk/see/

Navigate the Website>>> Keyword Search 'Griffiths'
Distance (miles)7
Starting fromPont Llogel, Llwydiarth
Overview

'Winds an enchanting course down the Vyrnwy valley from Pont Llogel to Pontrobert.The way marked route runs in harmony with sections of Glyndŵr's Way, giving walkers various options including a 16 mile figure-of-eight excursion from Pont Llogel, plus two circular walks from Pont Llogel or Pontrobert.'

Description from

Visit Mid Wales

Area

https://www.arnoldbennettsociety.org.uk/bursley-trail-map/

Starting fromBurslem
Overview

'A short walk around some of Bennett’s fictional locations in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.'

Description from

Arnold Bennett Society

https://www.londonforfree.net/walks/

Navigate the Website>>> Writers Walk
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromTottenham Court Road Underground Station
Overview

'Wander through the Bloomsbury area of London, made famous by Virginia Woolf and Charles Dickens, and see tourist attractions such as the British Museum, the Lamb pub, Great Ormond Street Hospital and other places associated with famous British writers.'

Description from

London for free

Nearby

https://www.lleisure.co.uk/blog/see-eastwoods-history-blue-line-trail/

Distance (miles)3
Starting fromD H Lawrence Birthplace Museum
Overview

'D.H. Lawrence Heritage comprises two sites in Eastwood, the Heritage Centre and the Birthplace Museum, linked by the Blue Line Trail self-guided walking tour.'

Nearby

http://www.boroughbridgewalks.org.uk/

Navigate the Website>>> Walks >>> Brontë Trail
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromGreat Ouseburn
Overview

'From 1840 to 1845, Anne Brontë was employed as a governess to the Robinson family at Thorpe Green Hall. Her brother Branwell was also employed there for some of that time. The people and surroundings inspired literary work by both of them. Follow in their footsteps today, as you take the Brontë Trail.'

Nearby

http://www.visitpendle.com/things-to-do/brontes-in-pendle-walk-p840540

Distance (miles)8
Starting fromTrawden
Overview

'The full walk of takes you to the summit of Boulsworth Hill so be prepared for uneven paths in this remote landscape. We use an old moorland pack horse trail before dropping down to the hamlet of Wycoller with its Brontë associations.'

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http://www.cslewis.org/resource/walkguide/

Overview

Walking tour of Oxford centre inspired by the writings of C.S. Lewis.

Description from

C.S. Lewis Foundation (Prepared by Kim Gilnett with assistance from Stan Mattson and Michael Ward)

https://www.botley.com/thingstodo/walks/cobbett-trail

Distance (miles)2
Starting fromBotley
Overview

'Designed to guide visitors around the village of Botley, in the footsteps of William Cobbett and to identify some of the places associated with him or which he would have known.'

Description from

Botley Parish Council

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Area

https://www.visit-exmoor.co.uk/coleridge-way/coleridge-way-home-page

Distance (miles)36
Starting fromNether Stowey
Overview

'In the Footsteps of the Romantic Poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772 - 1834), walk 36 miles through the stunning Somerset countryside of the Quantock Hills, the Brendon Hills and Exmoor, a landscape that inspired Coleridge to produce some of his best known work.'

Description from

Visit Exmoor

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Area

https://www.dylanthomasbirthdaywalk.co.uk/

Distance (miles)2
Starting fromLaugharne
Overview

'Enjoy the magnificent views of the estuary, Dylan's boathouse, the Gower, north Devon, Caldey Island and Tenby.'

Description from

Bob Stevens

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dylan_Thomas_Trail

Distance (miles)25
Starting fromCentral Hotel, Llanon
Overview

'Runs through places associated with the poet Dylan Thomas in Ceredigion, west Wales. It was officially opened by Aeronwy Thomas, in July 2003. The trail is marked by blue plaques and information boards in Lampeter, Aberaeron, and New Quay.'

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https://www.visit-hampshire.co.uk/things-to-do/activities-and-sport/wa...

Overview

'East Hampshire is home to some of Britain's literary greats. You can follow in the footsteps of these writers, including Jane Austen and Flora Thompson, on 6 self-guided walks. The walks can be downloaded ...' ALERT I have replaced te Link to the East Hampshire District Council with one to Visit Hampshire.

Description from

Visit Hampshire

Area

https://librivox.org/wild-wales-by-george-borrow/

Overview

'During 1854 travel writer George Borrow journeyed right across Wales on foot. He recorded his interaction with the Welsh people, its language and scenery. Today you can follow in Borrow's footsteps using this app. Read his vivid accounts of Welsh life in the mid 19th century and uncover just how much change has taken place during that time.' ALERT Website Link changed at Review.

Description from

LibriVox

https://www.walkingpages.co.uk/trails_paths/ldphardyway.html

Distance (miles)212
Starting fromHardy's Cottage, Higher Bockhampton
Overview

'Thomas Hardy (1840-1928) set most of his novels and many poems in Wessex, once an ancient kingdom of southern England. The heart of Hardy's Wessex is Dorset and the Hardy Way is a journey through some of the most unspoilt parts of this beautiful county, extending from the coast then inland to the timeless Cranborne Chase on the Wiltshire border ... We believe the Guidebook written by Margaret Marande and updated in 2015 is essential not just to follow the route, but because the many excerpts from Hardy's work provide an extra dimension of enjoyment to discovering Dorset and his magical Wessex.'

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See also

The Hardy Way [Beaminster Ramblers]

Nearby
Area

http://www.haworth-village.org.uk/walks/walks.asp

Starting fromHaworth
Overview

'Haworth village is situated at the edge of the Pennine moors in West Yorkshire, England, the area made famous by the Brontë sisters, known as Brontë country.'

Description from

Haworth Village

Nearby

https://www.countryfile.com/go-outdoors/walks/stevenage-hertfordshire/

Distance (miles)4
Starting fromSt Nicholas Church, Rectory Lane
Overview

'Exploring the beautiful setting for Howards End in Hertfordshire, a patch of peace on the edge of the urban world.'

Description from

BBC Countryfile Magazine

Nearby

https://www.thewordtravels.com/iris-murdoch.html

Overview

'Iris Murdoch's novels retell the myths of the ages, situating the timeless archetypes in the familiar world around us. This series of London Walks explores the city through her novels, in which it is background - but also a catlayst. London becomes a charged landscape, electrified by currents of ideas and imagery bubbling up through the plots - that's what we are in pursuit of in these walks.'

Description from

The Word Travels

https://www.ldwa.org.uk/ldp/members/show_path.php?path_name=Ivanhoe+Wa...

Distance (miles)36
Starting fromShackerstone
Overview

'Circular walk around the north western area of Leicestershire. The route is split up into 7 sections, therefore making it easy to walk as a series of short strolls.' ALERT Link from Choose How You Move not active at Review. Linked instead to LDWA Entry.

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http://www.janeaustensoci.freeuk.com/pages/branches/kent_tonbridge.htm

Distance (miles)2
Starting fromTonbridge Castle
Overview

'Jane Austen was born at Steventon in Hampshire on 16 December 1775 to George and Cassandra Austen. Her father had been born in Tonbridge in 1731, and there are many family links to the town ...'

Description from

The Jane Austen Society

Area

http://www.janeaustentrail.org.uk/

Distance (miles)4
Starting fromAlton and Chawton
Overview

'This website is all about the walking trail that links Chawton, where Jane Austen lived, to Alton where she often visited. The route of the trail is available on a free leaflet available locally or downloadable as a PDF.'

Description from

Alton Chamber Enterprises

Area

https://www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/visiting/village-trails

Navigate the Website>>> Jane Eyre Hathersage Trail [PDF]
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromHathersage
Overview

'This circular film and literature walk takes you to the places visited by Charlotte Bronte that appear in Jane Eyre. You can also recreate the famous scene from Pride & Prejudice "on location" above Stanage Edge and visit the grave of Robin Hood’s sidekick Little John. Explore a Romano-British village, Norman fort, historic church and breathtaking moors on the way.'

Description from

Village Trails [Peak District National Park]

http://www.letsgo.org.uk/walk/

Navigate the Website>>> Search by Walk Name 'Bunyan' >>> The John Bunyan Trail at Streatley
Distance (miles)45
Starting fromStreatley
Overview

'The trail starts on the beautiful Chiltern Hills, which are reputed to be John Bunyan's delectable mountains. It continues through some of Bedfordshire's most attractive and scenic countryside taking in a variety of nostalgic places, full of interest and intrigue, connected with John Bunyan.'

Walks described here by

https://www.clarecottage.org/5/the-john-clare-walk

Distance (miles)80
Starting fromHigh Beach, Loughton
Overview

'With his remarkable story as inspiration the John Clare Walk recreates, “in the spirit of John Clare", the poet’s trek northwards from High Beach in Essex to Helpston, the village of Clare’s much loved first home and the site of Clare Cottage.'

Description from

John Clare Cottage

Area

https://www.visitwinchester.co.uk/listing/keats-trail/

Navigate the Website>>> Pocket Guide [PDF]
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromWinchester Tourist Information Centre
Overview

'Follow the daily route Keats took during his stay in Winchester. Starting at Winchester Tourist Information Centre, enjoy a self-guided walk in the poet's footsteps from the city to St Cross, passing through the landscape which inspired his famous ode "To Autumn".'

Description from

Visit Winchester

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Area

https://www.exploredevon.info/activities/walk/short-walks/kingsley-kip...

Distance (miles)6
Starting fromWestward Ho!
Overview

'Until the mid 19th century this was a remote area. Then in 1855 Charles Kingsley set his novel Westward Ho! here and a small resort was developed on the coast and named after the book. It is now the only town in Britain with an exclamation mark as part of its spelling. This walk starts by circling inland behind the town before heading to the cliffs to the west. It then returns along the South West Coast Path.'

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Area

http://www.thelarkintrail.co.uk/the-trail.php

Distance (miles)10
Starting fromRoyal Hotel
Overview

'Philip Larkin is widely considered to be Britain's greatest post-war poet. Born in Coventry in 1922, he lived the greater part of his working life in Hull, having moved here in his early 30s to take up the post of University Librarian ...'

Description from

The Larkin Trail

http://www.christophersomerville.co.uk/?p=852

Distance (miles)7
Starting fromSlad
Overview

'Back in 1985, a head-over-heels fan of Cider with Rosie, I spent a day exploring Slad with Laurie Lee as my guide. I've never forgotten the deep and amused affection that the author showed for the little South Gloucestershire village where he grew up ...'

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.colnevalley.com/walking.php

Navigate the Website>>> Margery Allingham
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromChappel
Overview

Circular walk around Chappel including visiting Chalkney Wood  which holds 'a wide variety of wildlife including deer, badgers and over 30 species of breeding birds. The plant and and insect communities include a number of rare species'.

Description from

colnevalley.com

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Area

https://www.shropshiretourism.co.uk/about-shropshire/famous-folk/mary-...

Overview

'The Magic of Mary Webb is a series of four trails devised to guide you to the places Mary Webb loved, along walks she did many times and to locations she wrote about. There was little that Mary Webb didn't know about the Shropshire countryside, its lanes, hills, valleys and meres, its wildlife and vegetation, its legends and folklore - and its people.'

Description from

Shropshire Tourism

https://www.locationoxfordshire.co.uk/trails/

Overview

'Oxfordshire has featured in many blockbuster films and TV programmes over the years. Follow in the famous footsteps of Harry Potter, Inspector Morse, Lyra and others and explore some of those magical locations around the city and county. Download a trail ...'

Description from

Location Oxfordshire

https://www.roalddahl.com/museum/visit/village-and-countryside-trails

Starting fromGreat Missenden
Overview

'Great Missenden was home to Roald Dahl for 36 years until his death in 1990. He wrote all of his children's books and many of his adult short stories in the Writing Hut he had built in his garden. Many of Roald Dahl's stories are based in and around the village.'

Nearby

http://www.shakespearesway.org/

Distance (miles)146
Starting fromShakespeare Memorial Theatre
Overview

'Links some of Britain's best-loved tourist destinations - London, the Chilterns, Oxford, Blenheim Palace, the Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon.'

Description from

The Shakespeare's Way Association

https://www.cmfa.co.uk/simonevansway

Distance (miles)18
Starting fromCleobury Mortimer
Overview

'The pathway (18 miles approx.), which runs between Cleobury Mortimer and north of Stottesdon, is laid out in roughly a figure eight pattern intersecting at Detton Hall. The walk is planned, as a one day outing for experienced walkers, to include most of the Rea Valley farms mentioned in Simon Evans' books. Casual walkers should allow 2 days to fully enjoy this footpath.'

http://sirwalterscottway.com/index.html

Distance (miles)94
Starting fromMoffat
Overview

'Cross-country walk between Moffat in South Central Scotland to Cockburnspath on the South East Scottish Coastline. It runs through lowland valleys, by lochs and reservoirs, alongside the River Tweed and its tributaries, over several significant Borderland hills and through communities steeped in history and interest.'

Description from

Walking Support

https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/environment/RightsofWay/distancewalks...

Distance (miles)30
Starting fromCoppice Hill Car Park
Overview

'A Staffordshire Libraries walk - a series of three linked walks that cover over 30 miles of the Staffordshire Countryside on and around Cannock Chase. The walks focus on Staffordshire's J.R.R Tolkien connection.'

Walks described here by

http://www.stevensonway.org.uk/

Distance (miles)230
Starting fromIsle of Mull
Overview

'A unique wilderness walk across the heart of Scotland ... Based on the book Kidnapped, by Robert Louis Stevenson ... Centred around real historical events ... A great way to explore Scotland.'

Description from

Ian Logan

Nearby

https://www.legendarydartmoor.co.uk/ted_hughes.htm

Distance (miles)7
Starting fromBelstone
Overview

'Before he died, the Poet Laureate Ted Hughes requested that a granite stone be engraved with his name and placed at his favourite spot on Dartmoor. Hughes, who moved to North Devon in 1961, died from cancer in 1998. In accordance with his wishes, a slab of Dartmoor granite was duly inscribed and sited near the rising of the Taw, Dart, East Okement and Teign rivers. The stone was airlifted into place in 2001, following special permission from the landowners, the Duchy of Cornwall. English Nature and the Dartmoor National Park Authority also gave permission. However, the exact location remained a secret - until 2003, when it was discovered.'

Description from

BBC

See also

The Ted Hughes Memorial Stone [Legendary Dartmoor] | The Ted Hughes' Memorial [Dartmoor Walks]

Nearby
Area

https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/things-to-do/walking/themed

Distance (miles)14
Starting fromCarisbrooke
Overview

'A long and challenging walk which climbs up the downs and generally follows the crest through forests past ancient burial sites, the Tennyson Monument and The Needles to Alum Bay. Superb views in many directions.'

Area

https://www.coventry.gov.uk/downloads/download/427/the_larkin_trail_gu...

Navigate the Website>>> A Guide to Philip Larkin's Coventry [PDF]
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

Descriptions of twelve locations around and about Coventry associated with the poet Philip Larkin: 'This self-guided leaflet ... is aimed at residents and visitors alike, since many of today's Coventrians remain unaware of Larkin's literary heritage'.

Description from

Coventry City Council

Nearby

http://www.cycleni.com/68/poets-trail--oneill-loop/

Distance (miles)8
Starting fromCreggan
Overview

'During the last great age of Irish Literature in the 18th Century, the Ring of Gullion was famed for its strong association with "fili agus filíocht" (poets and poetry), with all the major poets coming from this area. Their remains can be found in Creggan Church and graveyard in Slieve Gullion, which is known as the poet's graveyard. There are three waymarked trails, for walking or cycling, around Mullaghbane, Forkhill and Creggan, collectively titled The Poet's Trail, along which you can visit locations associated with these bards and find out more about them.'

Description from

CycleNI

http://www.visitcumbria.com/evnp/kirkby-stephen-poetry-path/

Distance (miles)2
Starting fromKirkby Stephen
Overview

'The landscape speaks to us, if we just take the time to understand its language. Increasingly, it is telling us that our cultural affiliation with nature is in crisis. The wildlife dimension is being dissipated at an unprecedented rate and there is an urgent need for action to halt the destruction and restore wilderness eco systems before it is too late.'

Description from

Dick Capel

Nearby

http://www.cymdeithasthomaspennant.com/eng/walks.html

Starting fromHolywell and Whitford
Overview

Five walks have been surveyed and written by members of the Cymdeithas Thomas Pennant to commemorate the bicentenary of the publication of "The History of the Parishes of Whiteford and Holywell".

Description from

Thomas Pennant Society

Nearby

https://www.visitlancashire.com/things-to-do/walking-routes/walks-unde...

Distance (miles)5
Starting fromHurst Green
Overview

'In the footsteps of J.R.R. Tolkien ...'

Walks described here by

http://explorekent.org/activities/turner-dickens-walk

Distance (miles)4
Starting fromTurner Contemporary, Margate
Overview

'Take a walk along the 4 mile route between Turner's Margate and Dickens' Broadstairs. Much of the walk follows an ancient footpath between St Peter's Church and St John's Church and the walk is signposted in both directions.'

Walks described here by
Nearby
Area

https://www.alltrails.com/lists/uk-literary-walks

Overview

'Explore UK Literary Walks - view hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.'

Walks described here by

http://www.ldwa.org.uk/ldp/members/show_path.php?path_name=Wainwrights...

Distance (miles)123
Starting fromAudley Range
Overview

'Wainwright's Way is a journey on foot through Alfred Wainwright's life from Lancashire to the Lakes. This walking guide charts a 126 mile long-distance route linking the place where he was born – a Victorian terraced house in Audley Range, Blackburn – with his final resting place on Haystacks, his heavenly corner of Lakeland.'

Walks described here by
See also

Wainwright's Way by Nick Burton (Frances Lincoln, 2013) | Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells (Frances Lincoln, 2011)

http://www.southernwalks.co.uk/wessex/wessex.php

Distance (miles)40
Starting fromWin Green, near Shaftesbury
Overview

'In April 2007, inspired by the writings of Thomas Hardy, I travelled on foot from Win Green to Weymouth. The journey was one of great contrast, reaching to the very heart of Hardy country. Along the way I passed through landscapes associated with the novels, poems and short stories: Cranbourne Chase, the valley of the Stour, the chalk ridge south of the Blackmoor Vale, the Frome valley, the coastal uplands ... '

Description from

Southern Walks

Nearby
Area

http://www.westsussexliterarytrail.co.uk/

Distance (miles)55
Starting fromHorsham Station
Overview

'Links Horsham in West Sussex with Chichester Cathedral ... And as you follow the trail the Guidebook will bring the walk alive with stories of dozens of literary connections along the way ...'

Nearby
Area

http://www.williamsoutar.com/walks.html

Starting fromPerth
Overview

'The William Soutar Perth Walks were officially launched by Provost John Hulbert and Councillor Liz Grant at the Soutar House on 19 November 2007. The idea of a haik originated with Robert Alan Jamieson, who was the Soutar Writer in Residence from 1993-96. Alan's idea was to identify sites which Soutar had either written about or had referred to in his poetry, and link them together as a walk ...'

Nearby

http://griffmonster-walks.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/winterton-to-great-ya...

Distance (miles)9
Starting fromWinterton-on-Sea
Overview

'This walk is probably better known as Robinson Crusoe's walk since this is where Daniel Defoe places his character, in the novel of the same name, after being shipwrecked with a resulting walk to Great Yarmouth. Although such a stormy day would not make the best of walks, when the sun shines and the tide is out this really is a great walk.'

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  250. North Lanarkshire
  251. North Lincolnshire
  252. North Norfolk
  253. North Shropshire
  254. North Somerset
  255. North Tyneside
  256. North Warwickshire
  257. North West Leicestershire
  258. North Wiltshire
  259. Northampton (Borough)
  260. Norwich
  261. Nottingham
  262. Nuneaton Bedworth
  263. Oadby Wigston
  264. Oldham
  265. Orkney Islands
  266. Oxford (City)
  267. Peeblesshire
  268. Pembrokeshire
  269. Pendle
  270. Perthshire
  271. Peterborough
  272. Plymouth
  273. Poole
  274. Portsmouth
  275. Preston
  276. Purbeck
  277. Radnorshire
  278. Reading
  279. Redbridge
  280. Redcar Cleveland
  281. Redditch
  282. Reigate Banstead
  283. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  284. Ribble Valley
  285. Richmond upon Thames
  286. Richmondshire
  287. Rochdale
  288. Rochford
  289. Ross-shire Cromartyshire
  290. Rossendale
  291. Rother (Sussex)
  292. Rotherham
  293. Roxburghshire
  294. Rugby
  295. Runnymede
  296. Rushcliffe
  297. Rushmoor
  298. Rutland
  299. Ryedale
  300. Salford
  301. Salisbury
  302. Sandwell
  303. Scarborough
  304. Sedgemoor
  305. Sefton
  306. Selby
  307. Selkirkshire
  308. Sevenoaks
  309. Sheffield
  310. Shepway
  311. Shetland Islands
  312. Shrewsbury
  313. Slough
  314. Solihull
  315. South Ayrshire
  316. South Bucks
  317. South Cambridgeshire
  318. South Derbyshire
  319. South Gloucestershire
  320. South Hams
  321. South Herefordshire
  322. South Holland
  323. South Kesteven
  324. South Lakeland
  325. South Lanarkshire
  326. South Norfolk
  327. South Northamptonshire
  328. South Oxfordshire
  329. South Ribble
  330. South Shropshire
  331. South Somerset
  332. South Staffordshire
  333. South Tyneside
  334. Southampton
  335. Southend-on-Sea
  336. Southwark
  337. Spelthorne
  338. St Albans
  339. St Edmundsbury
  340. St Helens
  341. Stafford (Borough)
  342. Staffordshire Moorlands
  343. Stevenage
  344. Stirling
  345. Stockport
  346. Stockton-on-Tees
  347. Stoke-on-Trent
  348. Stratford-on-Avon
  349. Stroud
  350. Suffolk Coastal
  351. Sunderland
  352. Surrey Heath
  353. Sutherland
  354. Sutton
  355. Swale
  356. Swansea
  357. Swindon
  358. Tameside
  359. Tamworth
  360. Tandridge
  361. Taunton Deane
  362. Teignbridge
  363. Telford Wrekin
  364. Tendring
  365. Test Valley
  366. Tewkesbury
  367. Thanet
  368. The Scottish Borders
  369. The Vale of Glamorgan
  370. Three Rivers
  371. Thurrock
  372. Tonbridge Malling
  373. Torbay
  374. Torfaen
  375. Torridge
  376. Tower Hamlets
  377. Trafford
  378. Tunbridge Wells
  379. Tynedale
  380. Uttlesford
  381. Vale of White Horse
  382. Wakefield
  383. Walsall
  384. Waltham Forest
  385. Wandsworth
  386. Warrington
  387. Warwick (District)
  388. Watford
  389. Waveney
  390. Waverley
  391. Wealden
  392. Wellingborough
  393. Welwyn Hatfield
  394. West Berkshire
  395. West Cornwall
  396. West Devon
  397. West Dorset
  398. West Dunbartonshire
  399. West Lancashire
  400. West Lindsey
  401. West Lothian
  402. West Oxfordshire
  403. West Somerset
  404. West Wiltshire
  405. Westminster
  406. Weymouth Portland
  407. Wigan
  408. Wigtownshire
  409. Winchester
  410. Windsor Maidenhead
  411. Wirral
  412. Woking (Surrey)
  413. Wokingham
  414. Wolverhampton
  415. Worcester
  416. Wrexham
  417. Wychavon
  418. Wycombe
  419. Wyre (Lancashire)
  420. Wyre Forest
  421. York (City)

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