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Category Flintshire
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'We have been established since 2009 to promote walking in the Holywell area. This covers Halkyn, Flint, Whitford, Trelawnyd, Carmel Brynford ... We are open to any queries regarding tracks and routes and are able to offer the services of experienced walk leaders if required.' The Group organize regular Sunday morning walks.

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Normally held Early May.

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Frodsham Town Council

Category Selkirkshire
Type of Website
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Usually held Late April.

Category Chiltern
Type of Website
Overview

Usually held Late May - Early June.

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Chilterns AONB

Category Milton Keynes
Type of Website
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Usually held Mid May.

Category 2: 26-50 Miles
Distance (miles)47
Type of Walk
Overview

'The England Coast Path section along the north Kent coast between Grain to Woolwich ... The proposed route of the England Coast Path between Grain and Woolwich. This was opened to the public in January 2022.'

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Griffmonsters Great Walks

Category 2: 26-50 Miles
Distance (miles)27
Type of Walk
Overview

Map A in Natural England's Report to the Secretary of State for this portion of the England Coast Path 'shows the whole of the Maldon to Salcott stretch divided into five short numbered lengths of coast, from Maldon Promenade Park at the head of the Blackwater Estuary heading generally eastwards to Heybridge Basin (Chapter 1) then onward passing close to the villages of Goldhanger and Tollesbury to end at Salcott (Chapter 5)'.

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Natural England

Category Sunderland
Distance (miles)34
Type of Walk
Overview

'The new Durham, Hartlepool and Sunderland stretch starts on the shorelines at urban Sunderland to cross the Wear and then traces the Durham coastline past Seaham and Peterlee, on a coast with a history of past collieries, to reach Hartlepool and end on duneland next to Tees Mouth. It provides a designated route on a coastline that has lacked promoted LDPs.'

Category 1: 11-25 Miles
Distance (miles)12
Type of Walk
Overview

This 11.5 mile (18.6km) stretch of England Coast Path opened in February 2022 and brings the total length of the National Trail now open in Cumbria to 81 miles. Taking in the settlements of Haverigg and Millom alongside dunes, estuary, saltmarsh, farmland and beach, it completes west Cumbria’s Copeland Borough section, contains a small section of the Lake District National Park, and connects the wild coast with its famous mountains ...  It’s one of Cumbria’s most accessible sections so far, being relatively flat and with good sections free of man-made barriers.'

Category Copeland
Distance (miles)32
Type of Walk
Overview

'This stretch continues south from Whitehaven to explore Cumbria’s wild west coast. First up is the classic coastal walk to St Bees, passing the official start of Alfred Wainwright’s famous ‘Coast to Coast’ walk and the RSPB bird hides at the top of the highest cliffs in the north west ... At 32 miles (52km), this stretch, on opening in 2021, brought the total length of National Trail in Cumbria to 70 miles: 54 miles (88km) between Allonby and Silecroft, and a further 16 miles (26km) around Walney Island.'

Category Darlington
Type of Website
Overview

'Darlington’s rights of way network covers a wide variety of landscapes: hills and valleys, rural and urban, short paths and circular walks. Some paths may be surfaced and many are tracks across countryside owned by farmers and landowners ... We are responsible for 216 miles (346 kilometres) of rights of way. In the borough of Darlington, all but one of our rights of way are public footpaths and public bridleways. There is one byway open to all traffic (BOAT). Within the borough there are a number of permissive paths, including through Skerningham Woods, and one at Newton Ketton, which offers panoramic views over to the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales. The Teesdale Way, a long distance footpath, passes through the southern part of the borough of Darlington. Many of our rights of way are ancient. Some of Darlington’s rights of way date back almost a thousand years. Over such a long time, some of these ancient paths and tracks have been widened, surfaced and become lanes and roads.'

 

Category West Devon
Type of Website
Overview

'Discovery, tranquillity and history – an ancient gem in the Tavy Valley landscape ... You’ll discover meadows, orchards and woodlands where you can enjoy far-reaching views of the Tavy Valley. Our way-marked trails are a riot of colour through the seasons, with an unmissable carpet of bluebells in spring.'

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National Trust

Size (acreage)17
Type of Website
Overview

'Nestled amongst the houses in east Abingdon, Abbey Fishponds is a small nature reserve loved by locals and teeming with wetland wildlife. The reserve is around 7ha and despite being completely enclosed by housing, is a haven for wildlife, walkers and local explorers.'

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Earth Trust

Category Carlisle
Type of Website
Overview

'There are many miles of footpaths running through Carlisle’s green spaces, creating safe and well-maintained corridors for you to explore a very green Carlisle. Many of these green spaces are connected by an extensive public rights of way network, meaning that you can walk from one side of the city to another easily, often without needing to walk near busy roads.

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'Haxey Parish is criss-crossed by over 40 miles of footpaths and bridleways. Walkers are faced with gentle slopes and flat fields interspersed with small woodlands ( including 2 SSI sites ) . With the River Idle walk on the southern boundary, a delightful wooded walk along a disused railway line, a maze of ancient rights of way and 3 long distance footpaths through the area there is plenty of variety. The Parish boasts 3 pubs, 2 cafes and 3 general stores.'

 

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Haxey Parish Walkers

Category Conwy
Size (acreage)18000
Type of Website
Overview

'Gwydir Forest Park surrounds Betws-y-coed, one of the prettiest villages in Snowdonia National Park. Our waymarked walking trails set off from the village and include an easy boardwalk stroll, steep climbs up forested hillsides with far-reaching views, and walks around beautiful lakes.'

 

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Natural Resources Wales

Category South Lakeland
Type of Website
Overview

Usually held Early May.

Category West Berkshire
Distance (miles)16
Overview

'A rewarding trek through Thames valley parkland, then climbing to the high fields and beech woods of the southern Chilterns, wandering through picturesque villages, before returning to the Thames at attractive Henley.'

 

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Category Plymouth
Size (acreage)500
Type of Website
Overview

'Our park is the ideal space for a stroll, however far you want to walk. We have a mixture of easy access paths, suitable for wheelchairs and buggies, and more out of the way tracks to explore ... There are 500 acres with a remarkable range of different habitats, including farmland, beaches, saltmarshes, meadows, woodland and an estuary, as well as the 18th century folly, known as the Amphitheatre.'

 

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National Trust

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'Our events programme is massive in Leeds, Sheffield, York, Doncaster, Wakefield, Harrogate, Bradford, Huddersfield and Halifax. We offer a huge variety of events locally each month along with access to the nationwide events programme of weekends away and holidays of a lifetime.'

 

Category Isle of Wight
Size (acreage)17
Type of Website
Overview

'Covering some seventeen acres, it is the second largest Cemetery on the Island (after Carisbrooke Mount Joy) and the ‘woodland’ atmosphere of the northern part attracts all manner of wildlife – including a wide variety of bird species, butterflies and of course, one of the Island’s most prized possessions – the Red Squirrel ... As part of the Northwood Cemetery Heritage Project, four Family Trails have been produced; these are intended to help parents provide their children with a better appreciation of the Cemetery in an enjoyable way.'

 

Category Medway
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Member of the Ramblers Area - Kent Area Grouping

Category Flintshire
Type of Walk
Overview

'Coed Moel Famau is situated in the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The Clwydian Range is a chain of purple heather-clad summits topped by hillforts; Moel Famau is the highest summit in the range. The Dee Valley lies beyond these windswept hills and is home to the historic towns of Llangollen and Corwen ... There is a range of walking trails of different lengths, a blue grade mountain bike trail and children's play areas.'

 

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Natural Resources Wales

Category Teignbridge
Size (acreage)500
Type of Website
Overview

'An area of grassland, sand dunes, mudflats and centres on a 1½ mile long sandspit/beach across the mouth of the Exe Estuary ... it is one of the most important places for wildfowl and wading birds in the whole of the South West.  Thousands of birds come to feed, on migration, or to spend the winter here. The dunes and grassland have a host of special plants. Over 600 different types of flowering plants have been recorded on the Warren. This varied Reserve has many different habitats including salt marsh, fresh water ponds, wet meadows and woodland.'

 

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Dawlish Warren

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