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'There are 46 AONBs in Britain (33 wholly in England, four wholly in Wales, one which straddles the English/Welsh border and eight in Northern Ireland) and they cover 18% of our countryside.'


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The Northern Ireland AONBs are: [1] Antrim Coast and Glens - - - : [2] Binevenagh - - - : [3] Causeway Coast - - - : [4] Ring of Gullion - - - : [5] Lagan Valley - - - : [6] Mourne - - - : [7] Sper ...
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'Participants walk at their own pace enabling them to improve their personal fitness through regular, non-competitive exercise. The BWF is a member of the International Federation of Popular Sports ...
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'Lancelot "Capability" Brown changed the face of eighteenth century England, designing country estates and mansions, moving hills and making flowing lakes and serpentine rivers, a magical world of ...
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'Search by village or parish name, or find all common land in a specific county. You can also list types of common land, as well as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Sites of Special Scientif ...
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'Natural England recognises country parks as significant places that contribute to England's accessible natural greenspace. Many are located near or within towns and cities and therefore c ...
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'Parks and green spaces in the UK are under threat and it is up to all of us to stem this cycle of disappearance and decline. We believe that everyone, irrespective of who they are and where th ...
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'GOC functions nationally through a network of groups offering a wide range of different activities. Local groups serve a specific area; almost all of them organise walks and many organise social, ...
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'The Cemetery Friends give their time clearing and maintaining areas, often working with local ecology groups to maintain a balance between wildlife and heritage. Friends may also provide guided wa ...
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Category Cemeteries

'The majority of NNRs have some form of access and many have extensive path networks and Access Land.'


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Category Nature Reserves

'A comprehensive, illustrated guide with detailed directions, zoomable maps and access advice on each one of Wales's National Nature Reserves plus many Local Nature Reserves, RSPB, Wildlife Trust, ...
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Category Nature Reserves

'NSAs are found throughout Scotland, from Shetland to the Solway Firth. They include spectacular mountain areas such as the Skye Cuillins, Ben Nevis and Glencoe, the unique island landscapes of the ...
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Places to Enjoy 'The natural environment offers many places for people to enjoy, whether for local short trips close to home or for visits to the inspirational landscapes of our National Parks and ...
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'There are 47 National Nature Reserves in Scotland and they're some of the best places for wildlife in the country. They're managed primarily for nature, but people are welcome too, many have facil ...
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Category Nature Reserves

'This Website was created 15 years ago as Statistical Topics in Hillwalking for those interested in statistics and statistical topics pertaining to the British hills and mountains: measure ...
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'Each lake has a details page (e.g. Windermere) with basic information on the left, an indicative location map, a map detail, and several tabs with further details.'


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'Provides a forum for its 34 clubs – around 2000 individual members – promoting their interests, encouraging recreational walking, an appreciation and respect for the countryside, working to ob ...
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'Unlike the original OS sheets, these A-Z Adventure Atlases include a comprehensive index to towns, villages, hamlets and locations, natural features, nature reserves, car parks and youth ...
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Category Maps and Mapping

[1] & [2] 3.1 miles and 1.66 miles in the Roman River Valley - - - : [3] 5 mile Scenic walk from Langenhoe Village Hall - - - : [4] Health walk of 1.36 miles from Abberton Church on gentle slop ...
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Category Colchester

'Monks would have followed ancient paths, drovers’ tracks and Roman roads in order to travel between Abbeys. Our aim is for walkers to follow in the monks’ footsteps as closely as possible, but wit ...
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'The Society holds regular walks which are informal and open to everyone to attend. Details appear in the monthly Parish Magazine and on posters around the village ... Annual membership is £1 per h ...
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[1] Old Manor House - - - : [2] Bedmond to Abbots Langley - - - : [3] Bedmond Tin Church - - - : [4] Pimlico - - - : [5] Leavesden - - - : [6] Wind Turbine - - - : [7] Langley Waterside - - - : [8] ...
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Category Three Rivers

'The Club has a regular programme of fortnightly Sunday outings each year from March to November, and monthly winter walks in December, January and February. The annual programme comprises a rich v ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'Take a guided walk, learn how to carve a spoon or chisel stone, discover why seemingly dead trees are cities for wildlife, or experience the magic of Abney after dark at one of our unique events.' ...
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Category Hackney

'The administrative geography of the United Kingdom is complex, multi-layered and non-uniform. The United Kingdom, a sovereign state to the northwest of continental Europe, consists of England, Nor ...
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The Website provides access to a list of Useful External Weblinks: [1] Other walking groups - - - : [2] Walking Websites - - - : [3] Further walking schemes across Sussex on other local co ...
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Category Adur & Worthing

Download the PDFs: '1. Penrhys Trail : - - : 2. Rhyslyn Walk : - - : 3. River and Railway Walk : - - : 4. Gyfylchi Ridgetop Trail : - - : 5. Old Parish Road Walk : - - : 6. Tarren Forgan Trail : - ...
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'We are a short walk away from both Ainsdale (1.2km) and Freshfield (1.4km) train stations, and local bus services stop at Freshfield station, Pinfold Lane and Gleneagles Drive.'


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Category Sefton

[1] Albury to St. Martha's Church - - -: [2] Albury to the Roman Temple on Farley Heath - - - : [3] Albury to Little London and Back - - - : [4] Silent Pool to Albury and Back (Scenic Route) - - - ...
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Category Guildford

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Category Hertsmere

Site includes 'a short history of the Society, brief descriptions of walks to try, a list of guidebooks and maps for local walks and some links to other related web-sites'.


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Category Cheshire East

'The Friends are keen to preserve and appreciate the wildlife in Alexandra Park. We organise various walks and talks where adults and children are encouraged to discover our flora and fauna.'


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Category Haringey

'We are one of the most well established and successful Walking Clubs in the area. Our Club is totally self-governing and independent and does not form part of any national organisation, and as a r ...
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Category Trafford

'We organise three major events which attract walkers from all over the country. The Stonehenge Stomp and Woodhenge Womble weekend is firmly established in the walking calendar as being on ...
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Category Salisbury

'An Creagán is a superb site with a range of facilities and activities for families, couples, individuals and groups. Located between the historic town of Omagh and the market town of Cookstown at ...
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'We offer a programme of guided walks every four weeks. A coach is provided to take the group to a selected location and to bring us back at the end of the day. We usually have four walks which are ...
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Category Wigan

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Category Liverpool

'The Angus Glens – Isla, Prosen, Clova, Lethnot and Esk reach out from the lowlands to the hills and mountains that form part of the southern edge of the Cairngorms National Park. The walk ...
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Category Angus

'Enjoy the 40 miles of walks in this booklet, getting lost only in your thoughts.'


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Category Warrington

Sections include: Walking and Cycling Projects; Long Distance Routes; Outdoor Access; Outdoor Activities.


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Category Argyll & Bute

'There are many walks around Arley at four miles in length; The Upper Arley Circular Walk really is a family favourite. This waymarked circular trail starts in the picturesque Worcestershi ...
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Category Wyre Forest

Download from the Website PDFs of four Trails: [1] Lakeside Trail (approx 1 mile) - - - [2] Meadows Trail (approx 1.5 miles) - - - : [3] Woodland Trail (approx 2.5 miles) - - - : [4] Millers Trail ...
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Category Redditch

'Our walking programme comprises regular Sunday walks between 5 - 8 miles, Tuesday walks between 8 – 10 miles and monthly morning Coffee/Teashop walks. We also undertake longer distance walks durin ...
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Category Redditch

'Arundel is a 65-acre haven for wildlife in a picture-book setting in West Sussex. At its back are steep woodlands, topped by the ancient and dramatic Arundel Castle; at its borders are the pretty ...
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Category Arun

'Walking is the very best way to see the Forest and appreciate the unique heathland landscape and its wildlife. The Board of Conservators have produced a Forest wide map to help you find y ...
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Category Wealden

'We are proud of our five award winning country and town parks, local nature reserves, endless miles of way-marked countryside footpaths, sites of historic interest, fascinating churches ...'


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Category Ashfield

'The Green Corridor has been designated as a Local Nature Reserve, and is being looked after by a partnership of organisations.'


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Category Ashford

'The best way to explore the Ashridge Estate is on foot or by bike. Miles of footpaths and bridleways give you plenty of space to explore, and if you drop into the visitor centre we’ll be ...
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Category Dacorum

'But Ashtead is more than a nature reserve or museum: it is a place where local people and visitors from further away can enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside just a stone's throw ...
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Category Mole Valley

'You can sample any of the walks listed before joining the club. Try us out!'


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Category Tameside

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