Area: Oxfordshire

https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/residents/environment-and-planning/coun...

Category:Oxfordshire
Navigate the Website>>> Walks and Rides
Overview

'Find out where to go to explore the Oxfordshire countryside using our online map that shows all public rights of way, open access land and our collection of walks and rides.'

Walks described here by

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/oxfordshires-national-natur...

Size (acreage)390
Starting fromAston Rowant
Overview

'Aston Rowant Nature Reserve is located on the western escarpment of the Chiltern Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The reserve is in several sections, mostly in the parishes of Aston Rowant and Lewknor in Oxfordshire, with smaller sections in the parish of Stokenchurch in Buckinghamshire ... Information leaflets are available at the site and there are some waymarked trails, including two easy access trails (Aston Rowant and Linky Down Walks for All).'

Walks described here by
See also

Aston Rowant NNR, South Oxfordshire [Oxford Conservation Volunteers]

https://www.charlbury.info//walking

Starting fromCharlbury
Overview

'Located beneath the ancient forest of Wychwood, in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Charlbury is the ideal place for a country walk. With hourly express trains from London Paddington, Reading and Oxford, there's no need to bring the car. You'll find a warm welcome in the town's shops and four pubs, and accommodation is plentiful.'

https://www.facebook.com/cherwelldistrictcouncil/

Category:Cherwell
Overview

'We publish a pack of 12 full colour circular walk leaflets to aid exploration of hidden North Oxfordshire.'

Nearby

http://oxford-hf-rambling.org.uk/

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'We walk between 5 and 14 miles most weekends, with a stop for either a pub lunch or a picnic on the majority of rambles. In the summer months there are shorter evening rambles. We also run two long weekend walking breaks each year and most years have a long distance walk. We hold several social activities during the year.'

http://www.ofs.org.uk

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'Perhaps the best known activity of the Oxford Fieldpaths Society is the organisation of a programme of walks ... Formed in 1926, the Oxford Fieldpaths Society (OFS) is one of the UK's oldest walking groups. The society was formed to protect the footpaths, bridlepaths and commons in the neighbourhood of Oxford, ensuring that they do not fall out of use and be forgotten.'

https://www.goc.org.uk/groups/oxford/

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'Thank you for showing an interest in our area. We are mainly a walking group, with the additional attraction of a few invited suppers, BBQs, Christmas events, etc. Most of our regular members are males over forty, but we do attract and of course welcome younger males and ladies ... We are a fairly new and small group formed from the much larger BERKS & MID THAMES GROUP (hereafter referred to as "BERKS") to focus on the Oxford area. Many of our members contribute to BERKS events and vice versa.'

https://oxon2030walkers.org/

Category:Oxfordshire
Overview

'Most people come on two or three walks before joining the group officially so there is no problem your just coming on a walk to try the group out and we'd be happy to see you there ... Whilst this walking group was initiated to cater for people in their 20's and 30's, the membership also includes those over this age range. To cater for this we have a sister group, the Weekend Walkers.'

https://www.ramblers-oxon.org.uk/

Category:Oxfordshire
Overview

'As an Area we organise many events throughout the year for the benefit of our members. We also compile a twice yearly walks booklet which contains all the walks from the groups with the exception of the 20/30’s Group, the walks of which are on their website. This booklet is posted out to all our members and contains information about the training, social events and meetings organised by this committee.'

https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walks/oxfordshire.html

Category:Oxfordshire
Overview

Details of about a score of Walks around and about Oxfordshire.

Walks described here by

http://www.southstoke.org.uk/in-around-south-stoke/walks/

Starting fromSouth Stoke
Overview

'All the walks begin at St Andrew's Church South Stoke. They vary in length but in the main are circular (ring) walks. No special equipment is required, but stout walking shoes are recommended as well as liquid refreshment.'

http://www.botanic-garden.ox.ac.uk/

Category:Oxford
Starting fromUniversity of Oxford Botanic Garden
Overview

'Visit inspiring herbaceous borders, glasshouses that take you around the World or simply relax in the oldest Botanic Garden in Britain. The Botanic Garden is the most compact, yet diverse collection of plants in the World right in the heart of the city centre and is open throughout the year for you to visit and enjoy.'

https://www.cherwell.gov.uk/health-walks

Category:Cherwell
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'Health Walks is part of the national 'Walking the Way to Health' initiative, which has been developed locally by the NHS, Cherwell District Council and voluntary organisation partners.'

Description from

Cherwell District Council

Nearby

http://www.goringgapwalks.co.uk/

Navigate the Website>>> Maps, Routes & Risks
Starting fromGoring
Overview

'Goring Gap Health Walks are part of The Ramblers' Walking for Health Initiative (WfH) and one of the most successful fully independent WfH groups in the country. There are nearly 600 other groups all over the country with 10,000 trained leaders and over 75,000 participants currently. Since its official launch in 2000 over 1 Million walkers have walked under the scheme.'

'You can find, and print, maps of most of the routes we use on the Walk4life site on our Maps page. Each one is hyperlinked to the correct page.'

Description from

Goring Gap Health Walks

http://www.oxford.gov.uk/PageRender/decLP/HealthWalks.htm

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'There are many beautiful parks and open spaces waiting to be explored in Oxford, and to help you along the way we have set up our our Oxford Health Walks programme.'

Description from

Oxford City Council

http://www.walkinginoxfordshire.co.uk/index.php

Category:Oxfordshire
Overview

'Where would you like to walk? Oxfordshire walks to download and print FREE!'

Walks described here by

http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/public-site/suggested-walks-and-ride...

Navigate the Website>>> Ascott Park Historical Trail [PDF]
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromStadhampton
Overview

'Circular walk of about two miles starting from Stadhampton. It takes in the attractive parkland that was once part of the Dormer family estate.'

Walks described here by

https://www.bloxhamparishcouncil.co.uk/circular-walks.php

Category:Cherwell
Starting fromBloxham
Overview

'The main walk is 4.5 miles and the shorter walk approximately 1 mile. Both walks start and finish at the Joiners Arms. The two walks can be combined and both routes include attractive views of the village church and the surrounding countryside with pleasant undulating meadows and farm land. Kissing gates have been installed on both routes.'

Description from

Bloxham Parish Council

See also

Bloxham Walks and Footpaths [Bloxham Neighbourhood Plan]

Nearby

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

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
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.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/charlbury-circular-walks

Distance (miles)9
Starting fromCharlbury
Overview

In fact, there are 'two very different walks in the Cotswolds countryside that start from Charlbury's old town centre.  Route 1 takes in the only Public Right of Way through the ancient Wychwood Forest within Cornbury Park as well as passing through the pretty village of Chilson and taking in some wonderful views of the Cotswold countryside ...'

Walks described here by

https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/units/botanic-garden

Category:Oxford
Navigate the Website>>> Botanic Garden Chemistry Audio Trail
Starting fromUniversity of Oxford Botanic Garden
Overview

'An audio trail told by Oxford chemists ... The tour features recordings of students and lecturers at Oxford University's Department of Chemistry talking about what fascinates them about plants. As they walk around the Botanic Garden visitors can trigger recordings relevant to the plants around them ... '

http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html

Navigate the Website>>> Walks and Rides Leaflets >>> Christmas Common Stile-free Walk
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromChristmas Common
Overview

'This walk is perfect for those seeking a more challenging woodland walk away from the crowds and not phased by a few slopes! The walk starts from Christmas Common, a small village perched on top of the Chiltern hills, with a good pub to return to.'

Walks described here by

http://www.discoveringbritain.org/walks/region/south-east-england/

Category:Oxford
Navigate the Website>>> Oxford
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromOxford Castle
Overview

'Did you know that the city of Oxford is built on a series of islands? This walk is an opportunity to explore an intricate network of waterways that are often overlooked by visitors to the city.'

Description from

Discovering Britain

See also

Oxford Canal Heritage Trail [Oxford Canal Heritage Project]

https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/see-and-do/routes/clifton-and-adderbury

Category:Cherwell
Distance (miles)9
Starting fromKing's Sutton Railway Station
Overview

'This is one of a series of walks devised by the Cherwell (Banbury) Group of the Ramblers' Association. They cover the middle and lower reaches of the relatively narrow Cherwell Valley, through which canal and railway interweave their way between Oxford and Banbury ...'

Note from the Canal & River Trust: 'We’ve previously hosted the details of a number of different walking and cycling routes. However, when we looked at them closely we weren’t convinced that all of our routes were completely accurate. We don’t want you to get lost trying to follow one of our routes and so we have removed them for now. We would like to add them back onto our website for everyone to enjoy. If you think you could spare the time to go and check one of our old routes, make sure the distance is correct and fill us in on the best parking spots and transport links then please email us ... In the meantime you can find some great canal and river walking routes at iFootpath ...'

Walks described here by

http://www.macmillanway.org/

Category:Cherwell
Distance (miles)217
Starting fromBanbury Cross
Overview

'The Macmillan Cross Cotswold Pathway is largely based on the Cotswold section of the Macmillan Way, but starting from Banbury and ending at Bath. We have also developed a route between Chipping Camden and Banbury known as The Cotswold Link. This enables walkers to do a Cotswold Round, going from Banbury to Bath on the Cross Cotswold Pathway, from Bath to Chipping Camden on the Cotswold Way and returning to Banbury on the Cotswold Link.'

Nearby

http://www.deddington-arms-hotel.co.uk/explore/circular-walks-around-d...

Category:Cherwell
Starting fromDeddington
Overview

'Walking Around Deddington was the title of a series of articles by Ralph Elsley published in the Deddington News in 1994. He has up-dated them and they are reproduced here with his kind permission. There is also a new Deddington Circular Walk published by the Cherwell District Council.' Unfortunately the Walks seemed to have disappeared from the Deddington OnLine Site, so I have replaced the Link.

Description from

Deddington Arms

Nearby

http://eynsham-pc.gov.uk/

Navigate the Website>>> Heritage >>> Eynsham Abbey >>> Abbey Heritage Trail
Distance (miles)1
Starting fromEynsham Abbey, Eynsham
Overview

'A walk into the past, around the precinct of Eynsham Abbey. It was created in 2002 to mark the bounds of the former precinct, with carved stone from the abbey built into the engraved 'stations'.The Slideshow includes installation of a new Archaeological Trail ... '

Description from

Eynsham Parish Council

https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/eynsham-circular-walks

Distance (miles)8
Starting fromEynsham
Overview

'Circular walks exploring the river and countryside around the pretty village of Eynsham ... Route 2 follows the Thames Path for a little over half the walk, taking a recommended short detour of a couple of hundred yards to stop off for refreshment at the famous Trout Inn at Godstow, overlooking the river. The return route takes you across pretty meadows and skirts Wytham Great Wood to rejoin the Thames Path, bringing you back across Swinford Toll Bridge or alternatively the lock at Eynsham.'

Walks described here by
See also

Eynsham Parish Council Footpaths & Rights of Way AND Walks (within 'Countryside' within 'Features')

https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/glyme-valley-way

Distance (miles)16
Starting fromChipping Norton
Overview

'Walk from Chipping Norton, following the path of the River Glyme, to Woodstock.'

Walks described here by

http://www.headington.org.uk/maps_transport/

Category:Oxford
Navigate the Website>>> Walking >>> Leaflet for the Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromHeadington
Overview

Detailed description with photographs of 'a pleasant route from Headington to Oxford through the University Parks'.

Description from

Stephanie Jenkins

http://www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/oxford

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'Home to some of the most celebrated scholars and academics of all time, since the days of the Domesday Book, Jews have made a vital contribution to both Oxford the university and Oxford the town.'

http://www3.northamptonshire.gov.uk/councilservices/northamptonshire-h...

Category:Cherwell
Navigate the Website>>> Jurassic Way [PDFs]
Distance (miles)88
Starting fromBanbury
Overview

'Recreational walking route which travels the length of Northamptonshire and more! The termini are Banbury in Oxfordshire and Stamford in Lincolnshire, two historic market towns separated by beautiful undulating countryside lying over rocks from the Jurassic Age (145 - 195 million years old).'

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.jumadesign.co.uk/milestonesite/oxford-walk.html

Category:Boundary Walks
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromSt Clement's Street
Overview

'Part semi-rural, part "Arcadian", part inner urban near the city centre. For those generally familiar with Oxford, the walk offers a considerable variation on the routes used by other general and themed guided walks (which abound) and identifies items very largely unknown and unseen even by long-standing city residents ...'

Description from

The Milestone Society

http://www.visitoxfordandoxfordshire.com/architecture.aspx

Navigate the Website>>> Download Trail [PDF]
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'Designed to guide the visitor through the city's most attractive and historic streets, the map is an introduction to Oxford's architecture and a celebration of the development of the city over a thousand years.'

Description from

Experience Oxfordshire

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

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
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

http://www.cpreoxon.org.uk/resources/documents/item/2325-oxford-green-...

Category:Oxford
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromThornhill Park & Ride
Overview

'CPRE Oxfordshire created the 50 mile circular walk as part of its 75th birthday celebrations, and to highlight the importance of the Green Belt, which was created around Oxford 50 years ago.'

Description from

CPRE Oxfordshire

http://www.oxfordpreservation.org.uk/content/walks

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'Since its foundation in 1926, Oxford Preservation Trust has sought to protect Oxford's green setting for the benefit of all. The Trust now owns over 900 acres of land in and around Oxford - some let to tenants and some maintained by the Trust as public amenity land. Public access is encouraged where ever this is compatible with good land management and practice.  In keeping with sound environmental management much of our land is grazed for at least part of the year.'

Description from

Oxford Preservation Trust

http://www.oxfordcityguide.com/ee2/index.php?/TouristInfo/Itineraries/

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'These pages describe three walks around Oxford. Each walk explores different aspects of the history and architecture of both the city and the university.'

Unfortunately, the original Link for this Entry seems to have disappeared; so I am pointing you to an alternative ...

Description from

Oxford City Guide.com

https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/oxfordshire-countryside-acc...

Category:Oxfordshire
Overview

'OCAF meets two to three times per year and main meetings are open to the public ... Expressions of interest for new members are always welcomed all through the year.'

Description from

Oxfordshire County Council

http://www.spr-expeditions.co.uk/

Category:Oxfordshire
Starting fromVisitor Information Centre, Broad Street
Overview

'Full day walking expeditions in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside with a qualified walking group leader. Included in the adult ticket price is your informative educational booklet to the expedition and your transport to and from the start point.' Also offer expeditions at a range of destinations nationally (and internationally).

Description from

SPR Expeditions

http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/oxfordshire-way

Category:Cotswold
Distance (miles)65
Starting fromBourton-on-the-Water
Overview

'Winds through Oxfordshire from Bourton-on-the-Water in Gloucestershire to the banks of the River Thames in Henley.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.oxonpaths.com/

Category:Oxfordshire
Overview

'A project to walk or run all the paths of Oxfordshire and to provide web pages documenting the paths. By path, I mean a public right of way. But I'll have to walk/run other highways to get to these paths ... Oxfordshire County Council say there are 2600 miles of paths.'

Description from

Barry Cornelius

http://www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map/route/phoenix-trail-princes-risboro...

Distance (miles)5
Starting fromThame
Overview

'Thame to Princes Risborough: A 5 mile shared use path for walkers, cyclists, wheelchair users and horseriders.'

Walks described here by

http://www.theromanway.co.uk/

Category:Cherwell
Distance (miles)174
Starting fromChesterton
Overview

'The Roman Way is a book, a walker's guide describing a 174-mile walk, on the theme of Roman roads, using public rights of way. It follows a triangle formed by three Roman roads from Chesterton, near Bicester in Oxfordshire, to Cirencester in Gloucestershire, and on to the Roman walled town of Silchester in Hampshire, returning to the Roman military fort at Alchester near the starting point.'

Description from

Elaine Steane

See also

The Roman Way by Elaine Stearne (Reardon Publishing, 2010)

Nearby

http://www.sevenshiresway.co.uk/

Category:Cotswold
Distance (miles)234
Starting fromMoreton-in-Marsh
Overview

'Walk around the Oxfordshire country boundary. The route criss-crosses the boundary taking the walker into seven shires from Gloucestershire to Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Wiltshire.'

Description from

Elaine Steane

Nearby

https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/shotover-circular-walks

Distance (miles)8
Starting fromThornhill Park and Ride
Overview

'Starting from the easily accessible Thornhill Park & Ride, these walks are part of a former royal forest and will transport you to a countryside idyll of rural tranquillity, with short routes to attractive Shotover features ... Route 2 passes through countryside and the attractive stone village of Stanton St John and the grand Georgian Mansion of Woodperry House, built in 1728-31.'

Walks described here by

http://walks.walkingworld.com/Walk/Birinus-Pilgrimage-Route--Churn-Kno...

Distance (miles)11
Starting fromChurn Knob
Overview

'The St Birinus Pilgrimage takes place every year on the first Sunday in July. Hundreds of people from various Christian traditions assemble at Churn Knob, a hill 7 miles south-west of Dorchester where Birinus is said to have preached. From there the pilgrims walk cross-country to Dorchester Abbey for a packed and joyful united service in which local leaders of the Anglican, Catholic and Nonconformist churches take an active part.'

Walks described here by

http://www.southernoxfordshire.com/assets/trails/Thame_walk2_low.pdf

Distance (miles)3
Starting fromThame Museum, Thame
Overview

'A 2.5 miles walk of approximately 1.75 hours exploring the older areas of the town and the nature reserve.'

http://www.chilternsaonb.org/explore-enjoy/walks-rides.html#id_229

Distance (miles)8
Starting fromHenley-on-Thames
Overview

'Walks from Henley-on-Thames along the Thames Path National Trail with options to visit Hambleden village and then return to Henley via Aston. Great views of the Chiltern Hills and Thames Valley. Look out for wildlife such as red kites, buzzards and deer.'

Walks described here by

http://www.thamespilgrimway.org.uk

Distance (miles)104
Starting fromRadcot
Overview

'Brand new pilgrim route running through the heart of the Diocese of Oxford, which covers the three counties of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.'

Description from

Diocese of Oxford

https://www.dailyinfo.co.uk/feature/6859/the-oxford-poetry-walk

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'Take an audio poetry tour through the city. Pick up an MP3 player, headphones and an illustrated map from the Playhouse Ticket Office and set off on an hour-long guided walk of Oxford, with specially selected and recorded poetry for company.' ALERT I could no longer find details of the Tour on the Playhouse Website; so I have replaced the Link.

Description from

Oxford Playhouse

http://curac.soc.srcf.net/

Category:3: 51-100 Miles
Distance (miles)81
Starting fromSt Mary's Church, Oxford
Overview

'Walk between Oxford and Cambridge, completed in under 48 hours. The route passes through five counties (Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire) over public footpaths and quiet country roads. Stops are made for meals (in pubs where possible) and for short breaks, but we continue walking through the night without sleep!' Held Mid June.

Description from

Cambridge University Rambling Club

See also

Varsity March

http://www.oxfordwalks.org.uk/

Category:Oxford
Starting fromAround and About
Overview

'A list of interesting self-guided walks in Oxford to download or purchase.'

http://theflowingspringpub.co.uk/walksposter.pdf

Starting fromPlayhatch
Overview

PDF of Poster outlining about ten Walks around and about the Pub.

Description from

The Flowing Spring

http://www.wallingford.co.uk/

Navigate the Website>>> Visitors >>> Walking
Starting fromWallingford
Overview

'Why not try one of our walking trails or cycle rides? Choose from the following areas of interest for more information: Walks - Wallingford town centre; Walks - surrounding area;   Wallingford Guided History walk.'

Description from

Wallingford Partnership Ltd

https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/wantage-circular-walks

Starting fromWantage
Overview

'Using the historic town of Wantage as a base, explore the villages of the Vale of White Horse on foot and enjoy wonderful views of the countryside along the way'.

Route 1 - 9 miles;  Route 2 - 5 miles;  Route 3 - 7 miles.

Walks described here by

http://www.whitchurchonthames.com/groups/walk.html

Starting fromWhitchurch-on-Thames
Overview

Link to map and extract taken from the Booklet A Guide to the Walks around Whitchurch-on-Thames , by Eric Hartley, published by The Whitchurch Society. Twelve walks are described in detail, together with interesting local information. All proceeds go to The Whitchurch Society.

Description from

WHITCHURCH Web

https://www2.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/windrush-path-witney-hardw...

Distance (miles)5
Starting fromStandlake
Overview

'A new route being created by the Lower Windrush Valley Project that ultimately aims to provide a path from Witney through the valley to link up with the Thames Path National Trail at Newbridge.'

Walks described here by

http://www.thewychwood.co.uk/

Navigate the Website>>> Archive >>> Search '2010-11’ >>> The Wychwood Way
Distance (miles)37
Starting fromWoodstock
Overview

'To encourage you to walk off the Christmas pudding and survive the dark days of January, we introduce you to the Wychwood Way, a 37 mile circular trail following the way-marked rights of way around the heart of the former Wychwood Royal Forest.'

Description from

Liz Clarke-Watson

See also

Wychwood Circular Walks [Oxfordshire County Council]

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  179. Hyndburn
  180. Inverclyde
  181. Inverness-shire
  182. Ipswich
  183. Isle of Anglesey
  184. Isle of Man
  185. Isle of Wight
  186. Isles of Scilly
  187. Islington
  188. Kennet
  189. Kensington Chelsea
  190. Kettering
  191. Kincardineshire
  192. King's Lynn and West Norfolk
  193. Kingston upon Hull
  194. Kingston upon Thames
  195. Kinross-shire
  196. Kirkcudbrightshire
  197. Kirklees
  198. Knowsley
  199. Lambeth
  200. Lancaster
  201. Leeds
  202. Leicester (City)
  203. Lewes
  204. Lewisham
  205. Lichfield
  206. Lincoln (City)
  207. Lisburn Castlereagh
  208. Liverpool
  209. Luton
  210. Maidstone
  211. Maldon
  212. Malvern Hills
  213. Manchester
  214. Mansfield
  215. Medway
  216. Melton
  217. Mendip
  218. Merioneth
  219. Merthyr Tydfil
  220. Merton
  221. Mid Devon
  222. Mid East Antrim
  223. Mid Suffolk
  224. Mid Sussex
  225. Mid Ulster
  226. Middlesbrough
  227. Midlothian
  228. Milton Keynes
  229. Mole Valley
  230. Monmouthshire
  231. Montgomeryshire
  232. Moray
  233. Nairnshire
  234. Neath Port Talbot
  235. New Forest
  236. Newark Sherwood
  237. Newcastle upon Tyne
  238. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  239. Newham
  240. Newport
  241. Newry Mourne Down
  242. North Ayrshire
  243. North Devon
  244. North Dorset
  245. North Down Ards
  246. North East Derbyshire
  247. North East Lincolnshire
  248. North Herefordshire
  249. North Hertfordshire
  250. North Kesteven
  251. North Lanarkshire
  252. North Lincolnshire
  253. North Norfolk
  254. North Shropshire
  255. North Somerset
  256. North Tyneside
  257. North Warwickshire
  258. North West Leicestershire
  259. North Wiltshire
  260. Northampton (Borough)
  261. Norwich
  262. Nottingham
  263. Nuneaton Bedworth
  264. Oadby Wigston
  265. Oldham
  266. Orkney Islands
  267. Oxford (City)
  268. Peeblesshire
  269. Pembrokeshire
  270. Pendle
  271. Perthshire
  272. Peterborough
  273. Plymouth
  274. Poole
  275. Portsmouth
  276. Preston
  277. Purbeck
  278. Radnorshire
  279. Reading
  280. Redbridge
  281. Redcar Cleveland
  282. Redditch
  283. Reigate Banstead
  284. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  285. Ribble Valley
  286. Richmond upon Thames
  287. Richmondshire
  288. Rochdale
  289. Rochford
  290. Ross-shire Cromartyshire
  291. Rossendale
  292. Rother (Sussex)
  293. Rotherham
  294. Roxburghshire
  295. Rugby
  296. Runnymede
  297. Rushcliffe
  298. Rushmoor
  299. Rutland
  300. Ryedale
  301. Salford
  302. Salisbury
  303. Sandwell
  304. Scarborough
  305. Sedgemoor
  306. Sefton
  307. Selby
  308. Selkirkshire
  309. Sevenoaks
  310. Sheffield
  311. Shepway
  312. Shetland Islands
  313. Shrewsbury
  314. Slough
  315. Solihull
  316. South Ayrshire
  317. South Bucks
  318. South Cambridgeshire
  319. South Derbyshire
  320. South Gloucestershire
  321. South Hams
  322. South Herefordshire
  323. South Holland
  324. South Kesteven
  325. South Lakeland
  326. South Lanarkshire
  327. South Norfolk
  328. South Northamptonshire
  329. South Oxfordshire
  330. South Ribble
  331. South Shropshire
  332. South Somerset
  333. South Staffordshire
  334. South Tyneside
  335. Southampton
  336. Southend-on-Sea
  337. Southwark
  338. Spelthorne
  339. St Albans
  340. St Edmundsbury
  341. St Helens
  342. Stafford (Borough)
  343. Staffordshire Moorlands
  344. Stevenage
  345. Stirling
  346. Stockport
  347. Stockton-on-Tees
  348. Stoke-on-Trent
  349. Stratford-on-Avon
  350. Stroud
  351. Suffolk Coastal
  352. Sunderland
  353. Surrey Heath
  354. Sutherland
  355. Sutton
  356. Swale
  357. Swansea
  358. Swindon
  359. Tameside
  360. Tamworth
  361. Tandridge
  362. Taunton Deane
  363. Teignbridge
  364. Telford Wrekin
  365. Tendring
  366. Test Valley
  367. Tewkesbury
  368. Thanet
  369. The Scottish Borders
  370. The Vale of Glamorgan
  371. Three Rivers
  372. Thurrock
  373. Tonbridge Malling
  374. Torbay
  375. Torfaen
  376. Torridge
  377. Tower Hamlets
  378. Trafford
  379. Tunbridge Wells
  380. Tynedale
  381. Uttlesford
  382. Vale of White Horse
  383. Wakefield
  384. Walsall
  385. Waltham Forest
  386. Wandsworth
  387. Warrington
  388. Warwick (District)
  389. Watford
  390. Waveney
  391. Waverley
  392. Wealden
  393. Wellingborough
  394. Welwyn Hatfield
  395. West Berkshire
  396. West Cornwall
  397. West Devon
  398. West Dorset
  399. West Dunbartonshire
  400. West Lancashire
  401. West Lindsey
  402. West Lothian
  403. West Oxfordshire
  404. West Somerset
  405. West Wiltshire
  406. Westminster
  407. Weymouth Portland
  408. Wigan
  409. Wigtownshire
  410. Winchester
  411. Windsor Maidenhead
  412. Wirral
  413. Woking (Surrey)
  414. Wokingham
  415. Wolverhampton
  416. Worcester
  417. Wrexham
  418. Wychavon
  419. Wycombe
  420. Wyre (Lancashire)
  421. Wyre Forest
  422. York (City)

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