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'The best thing about Fair Trade Ways is that they can be whatever you want them to be. They can be a lovely social ramble along a beautiful coastal path (Mwnt to St Davids) or a march on ...
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Category Wales

Details of these Walks: [1] Truro Town Walk - - - : [2] Porthbeor Walk - - - : [3] Falmouth Town Walk - - - : [4] Little & Great Molunan - - - : [5] Sloe Berry Stroll - - - : [6] Mylor & Pe ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The Falkirk Wheel is a fantastic day out with a difference and accessible to everyone! With boat trips, a cafe, gift shop, children's activity zone, water play park & mini-canal, wate ...
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Category Falkirk

'The Fallowfield Loop was previously part of the old "Manchester Central Station Railway", built in the 1890s and closed in 1988 ... The line had lain derelict for many years until the lat ...
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Category Manchester

'The Wyre Forest is the one of the largest ancient lowland oak woods in England. The 6000 acres, huge though they are, are all that remains of a forest that once stretched from Bridgnorth ...
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Category Wyre Forest

'Most walks start from Faringdon and are circular. Each walk has a map and clear instructions to follow, together with guidance on the countryside code and contact information. The walks have been ...
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'Surrounded by beautiful countryside with woodland views, and the River Thames nearby, there is plenty to do around the reservoir. Activities range from countryside walks, birdwatching, trout fly-f ...
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Walks that might be found include: [1] A Land for All Seasons (9.25 miles) - - - : [2] A Walk on the Wild Side (7.5 miles) - - - : [3] Earth, Wind and Water (5/11 miles) - - - : [4] First Fruit (2/ ...
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Category Swale

The Walks are: [1] Landguard Peninsula & Felixstowe: History, Heritage and Nature - - - : [2] Trimley: A Circular Walk around Trimley Marshes.


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Category East Suffolk

'The parish of Felmersham and Radwell is almost encircled by the river Ouse as it winds its way through the north Bedfordshire countryside. Access to Felmersham from the north is over a bridge buil ...
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Category Bedford

'It is best to walk the trail from south to north, mainly because for the last 5 miles into Ely you get to see Ely cathedral rising above the Fens like a ship ahead of you, the towers seeming like ...
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Category Cambridge

'The ruined Wycoller Hall is thought to have been the inspiration for Charlotte Brontë's Ferndean Manor - hence the name of this Walk.'


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Category Pendle

'From the cosmopolitan atmosphere of St. Andrews to the former coal mining towns of central Fife; from the small fishing villages of the East Neuk to the bustling industrial areas of the west, rugg ...
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Category Fife

’Pilgrimage made a permanent mark on the landscape of Fife. Many of its roads, bridges and crossing points, including the famous Queen’s Ferry, were created hundreds of years ago to ease the way fo ...
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Category Fife

'The objectives of the Fife Access Forum are to: [1] Advise Fife Council and anyone else on access rights, rights of way and core paths - - - : [2] Assist with resolving access di ...
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Category Fife

[1] Insurance Walk - - - : [2] Banking Walk  - - - : [3] Markets Walk - - - : [4] Shipping Walk


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Category City of London

'The walk begins in the village of Fingest, Bucks, postcode RG9 6QD, not far from Henley-on-Thames. There is a favourite "cultural" route via the M4 and Marlow but it can easily be reached from Hen ...
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Category Wycombe

'Heading east along quiet lanes, the trail leaves the magnificent coastline and enters the ancient landscape of Penwith. The trail takes in the picturesque villages of Sennen, Lamorna and Mousehole ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The half-timbered houses and cottages in this region, some hidden in the woods, are enchanting and of unrivalled quality. This walk has an astonishing return route that brings you, by a magical un ...
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Category Chichester

'The basic ground rule for the walk is simple; deviation from the five degree line has to be minimised and the line must be contacted at least once every day of the walk. Although there are a numbe ...
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Category Argyllshire

'The walk passes through gently undulating countryside comprising chalk grassland, woodland, farmland and it skirts a number of attractive villages, a country park and a nature reserve. There are e ...
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'A rural walk through picturesque villages, country lanes and across the panoramic fen landscape.'


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Category South Holland

'The route name comes from the Flitch Trial, a folk custom still surviving today which originated in Little Dunmow. Every four years a married couple stands before a mock court - if they can prove ...
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Category Braintree

'Parking is difficult on the narrow streets and lanes so drivers are asked to take great care not to create danger or obstruct access to houses and farms and other commercial premises.'


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Category Amber Valley

'The Sculpture Trail is maintained by the Forestry Commission with guidance from the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust, which is a registered educational charity. The Trust also rais ...
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Category Forest of Dean

'One of twelve Trails in Community Forests which have been sponsored by The Timberland Clothing Company.'


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'Walk or ride the Forest Way and take in the delights of the great outdoors. The flat, tree-lined track winds through a peaceful, historic countryside of small fields and scattered farmste ...
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Category Wealden

'These 1½ to 3 hour walks are planned by our experienced and knowledgeable forestry warden. The aim is to provide an introduction to walking, off the beaten track, in some of the Island's best land ...
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Category Isle of Man

'The route is an impressive 53 miles in length, is entirely off road and relatively flat, however it passes through such a varied and interesting landscape that the outlook is constantly changing a ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'The Forth & Clyde Canal was designed by the eminent civil engineer John Smeaton and completed in 1790. Crossing the Scottish Lowlands at the narrowest part, the canal runs for 56km an ...
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'The route which is sign posted and has a frog logo is via Strensall, Sheriff Hutton, Crayke and Oulston.'


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Category York

Fossil Hunting Walks for Grown Ups 'You don't have to have kids to enjoy a fossil hunting trip with Chris, previous clients have been singles, couples, friends, hen party groups, birthday ...
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Category West Dorset

'You can book a Guided Walk with a member of the Ranger Service. This service is usually available on Wednesdays and Fridays and subject to availability. Bookings out with these days can also be ar ...
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Category Shetland

'The route affords superb views from the North Downs to the Greensand hills and visa-versa. It follows some of the most attractive paths in Surrey and visits locations special in the history of the ...
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Category Guildford

'Fowey Harbour, which includes the communities of Fowey, Bodinnick and Polruan, has been a significant international trading port since the medieval period and is still a working port today, export ...
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Category East Cornwall

The Walks are: [1] Circular walk from Fownhope to Haugh Woods - - - :  [2] Cherry Hill and Tom Spring Memorial Walk - - - : [3] Fownhope to Mordiford via Even Pits - - - : [4] Monument Hill/Cherry ...
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'We offer a "pre-walk" ordering service where you can reserve a table, order your food and drinks before you leave providing us with your estimated time of return. Your food and drinks will be read ...
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Category Hart

'Although we have walked in the area for over 30 years we were amazed at the new things we saw when walking the circuit for the first time. The countryside and the views are so different at various ...
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Category Guildford

'From Derry a traffic-free cycle path runs parallel to the River Foyle towards the border with Donegal. This section uses the track-bed of the former Great Northern Railway. This is a shared-use pa ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'These 4 walks around Fradley Junction are on towpaths (permissive access) and public footpaths through fields, with some sections on roads. There are several stiles and narrow gates and s ...
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Category Lichfield

'For the ultimate guide you should download the audio guide from our audio guide pages ... You can then load this onto your mp3 player or iPod for a personal tour guide, who will ensure yo ...
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Category East Suffolk

'The RSPB reserve at Frampton Marsh is home to a wide variety of wildlife. The different habitats, from freshwater pools, to wet grassland to one of the largest saltmarshes in the world pr ...
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Category Boston

'Fred Perry is one of Stockport's most famous sons and was born in Portwood in 1909. He won the men's singles in 1934, 1935 and 1936 and was the last English men's tennis player to win Wimbledon. F ...
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Category Stockport

'Every weekend there are free guided walks for the general public. The walks are of various lengths and degrees of difficulty. They are all designed to link up with train services from the Leeds ar ...
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Category Cumbria

'The Friends want Epping Forest to be a natural environment rich in wildlife, available and increasingly appreciated, used and understood by the public. Our main aims are: (i) to support t ...
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Category Epping Forest

Download PDFs of Walks from these Railway Stations: [1] Bristol Temple Meads - - - : [2] Bedminster - - - : [3] Lawrence Hill - - - : [4] Stapleton Road - - - : [5] Montpelier - - - : [6] Clifton D ...
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Category Bristol

'... The immaculately kept East Sussex village lies just inland of the Seven Sisters cliffs at the heart of superb coast-and-countryside landscape. Walkers know they’ll be welcome at the cosy old T ...
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Category Wealden

'A wealth of wildlife can be seen in and beside the river. This includes the iridescent flash of a Kingfisher, the bright yellow Marsh Marigold, Water Crowfoot and Brown Trout. At present the trail ...
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Category West Dorset

'The Friends of the River Frome is committed to promoting and improving the Frome Valley for relaxation, recreation and wildlife. A forum of local groups, parish councils and other agencie ...
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'The aim of the route is to cross the southern Lake District, a relatively quieter region, by traversing a good deal of the old county of Lancashire, north of the Sands. The main portion of this on ...
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Category South Lakeland

'Traverses some of the most picturesque countryside in East Anglia. The view from the National Trust’s property at Kyson Hill is outstanding and should not be missed. Although Westerfield station i ...
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Category East Suffolk

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