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'If you're organising a group outing along Keats' Walk, why not enlist the services of one of our qualified tourist guides to help you discover the sights and learn a few stories along the ...
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Category Winchester

'Each leaflet contains a description of the walk, a route plan and where applicable points of interest encountered on the journey. The leaflets are A4 size with single-side print and have b ...
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Category Braintree

'Events include birdsong identification workshops, bat walks, moth trapping evenings, bird ringing demonstrations and dragonfly and butterfly walks.'


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Category Hounslow

'As our walking parties are relatively small, average of about 10-20 people, we do not have a formal transport arrangement. Those members interested in undertaking a walk for that week simply meet ...
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Category South Lakeland

'Guided walking based in the beautiful South Lakes town of Kendal.'


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Category South Lakeland

'Kenley Common lies in the North Downs Natural Area and is a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (Metropolitan grade) for its grassland habitats. With its mosaic of chalk, ...
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Category Croydon

'Our topics about the Kennet and Avon Canal are split over several pages going West to East: [1] The start at Reading to Garston Turf-sided Lock - - - : [2] Sulhamstead via Aldermaston to Newbury - ...
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Category Reading

'This much loved open space in south London has two parts; the Victorian Grade II listed park and the park extension to the east, created in the 1960's.'


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Category Lambeth

'Kensal Green was designed in the spirit of an English country park, to plans including those of Richard Forrest, a landscape gardener whose aristocratic connections included Eaton Hall, C ...
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Category Brent

'1. Wittersham Road Station to Tenterden Station (6 miles) ... 2. Bodiam Station (circular)(6 miles) ... 3. Tenterden Station to Rolvenden Station (2½ miles)... 4. Northiam Station to Wittersham Ro ...
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Category Ashford

Please Note 'The shoreline of Kent and Sussex is not as easy to walk along as it looks. There are sandy stretches but under cliffs expect to find mostly pebbles and large, slippery ...
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Category Sussex

'The Kent Downs AONB [Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty] covers 878 sq. km from the White Cliffs at Dover and Folkestone to the Surrey Border. The geology of the area defines the topograp ...
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Category Kent

'The Kentish Thames Walk is not waymarked but it is all on rights of way. It can be done as a long distance walk, on its own as a walk of about 36 miles, or as a grande finale to a walk fr ...
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Category Dartford

'In contrast to the natural heathland, the park around Kenwood is a designed landscape created by Sir Humphrey Repton. There is something to enjoy here in every season.'


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Category Camden

'The route follows a ridge top overlooking Wales on the one side and England on the other. It never dips below 1000 ft above sea level, resulting in remarkable views in all directions, up to 70 mil ...
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Category South Shropshire

[1] Kesgrave (7.0 km) - - - : [2] Rushmere St. Andrew (6.25 km) - - - : [3] Playford (7.0 km) - - - : [4] Little Bealings (4.25 km) - - - : [5] Martlesham (6.5 km) - - - : [6] Newbourne (7.6 km) - ...
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Category East Suffolk

'We've got dozens of hikes, climbs, bike rides and family activities to suit every adventurer so buy your place now!'


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Category Allerdale

'This part of the railway path crosses the river a number of times on the original rail bridges and includes a short section of elevated wooden walkway which bypasses where the line used to go thro ...
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Category Allerdale

[1] Barrow Fell Walk - - - : [2] Brund Fell Walk - - - : [3] Castlehead - - - : [4] Cat Bells & Lakeshore - - - : [5] Cockermouth Town Trail - - - : [6] The Cumbria Way - - - : [7] Derwentwater ...
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Category Allerdale

'The Club comprises a number of different groups that cater for different predilections, preferences and abilities. Some groups undertake walks at weekends; others during the week.'


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Category Kettering

Brief descriptions of: [1] Dowber Gill and Hag Dyke (4 miles) - - - : [2] Great Whernside (7.7 miles) - - - : [3] Kettlewell - Arncliffe - Hawkswick (6.2 miles) PLUS 'A Walk Around Kettlewell' itse ...
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Category Craven

Includes brief details of eight walks around and about Keynsham, ranging from 3 to 11 miles in length.


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'The wood is owned by Luton Borough Council and is managed by the Greensand Trust and a team of active volunteers. Together, the Council and volunteer team has recently restor ...
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Category Luton

'This is a strenuous dry weather (summer or autumn) walk of many slopes, effectively continuing the "up-down" of the Gritstone Trail through to Stoke-on-Trent. It is suitable for fit adult ...
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'Buildings and other stone structures give the framework for the tour. They can help you to see how the village developed, and how – in a very real sense – it's a place deep-rooted in the local lan ...
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Category Stirling

'The trail was researched and pulled together by local-born physics teacher Graham Boyd with help from his colleagues and Kilmarnock and District History Group. Originally aimed a ...
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Category East Ayrshire

'Thanks to Hoof legacy funding from Sport England, the British Horse Society and the British Equine Federation and the support of the Peak District National Park ...
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Category High Peak

'Tells the story of King Arthur, whose legend is intrinsic to the psychogeography of the area. Starting at the dramatic sea-castle of Tintagel (the place of Arthur’s conception and Merlin’s Cave) a ...
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Category West Cornwall

'It is a completely new right of access, giving everyone the legal right to explore our coast for the very first time. It is much more than just a path, it will give access to beaches, cliff-tops, ...
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'Locations included in the tour include Bow Bridge, Leicester Castle, the site of the Blue Boar Inn, the Newarke, Greyfriars, Bosworth Heritage Centre, Bosworth Ambion Hill, Donnington le Heath Man ...
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Category Leicester

'The Pilgrimage Trail public art project was commissioned by the Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk as part of the £4.3 million restoration of The Walks park, the only survivi ...
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Category Ashford

'This is achieved by various projects, such as ensuring that Rights of Way are established and recorded, the appropriate maintenance of existing rural paths where necessary and the clearing and re- ...
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Category Fife

Walks in and Around Kings Bromley 'New editions of the four walks leaflets are now available in full colour, giving descriptions and illustrations of the original Walks in and Around Kings ...
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Category Lichfield

'Westward Ho! is on the western edge of the town of Northam, itself a couple of miles north of Bideford. It sits between the vast open area of Northam Burrows, situated where the Taw and T ...
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Category Torridge

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Access to details of Footpaths around and about the village, PDF downloadable brochures of six walks, as well as information about the village areas owned by the National Trust.


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Category South Hams

'Developed over a year, the website is very much a partnership project, with Kingston University academics, local professionals and Kingston Museum all collaborating to make this site possible. We ...
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'These days of course much work is carried out attempting to keep all the paths open. There will be at times problems - whether it be because of a broken stile, gates which cannot be opened or beca ...
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Category Stroud

'Kingussie is an ideal base for walking and whether you are interested in a scenic woodland stroll, a moderate walk or a full day hike it is all there waiting.'


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Category Inverness-shire

'Excellent paths and roadside pavement; suitable for wheelchairs and buggies ... Bus service to Kinross.'


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Category Kinross-shire

'More island than mainland, the wonderfully unexplored Kintyre peninsula boasts hidden coves, deserted beaches along the wild Atlantic coast, tiny fishing communities, gentle hills, fabulous local ...
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Category Argyllshire

'Explore the atmospheric moated remains – including the fine gatehouse and a complete corner tower – of this brick-built mansion which have been extensively conserved by English Heritage. Make it p ...
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Category Blaby

'This Project was created in partnership with the following organisations: [1] EU Commission's Rural Development Programme - - - : [2] Defra - LEADER - - - : [3] East Peak Innovation Partnership - ...
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Category Kirklees

'In April 2009, Kirkby Stephen became the first town in Cumbria to be awarded Walkers are Welcome status. The national Walkers are Welcome (WaW) scheme involves a longterm commitment to su ...
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Category Eden

'... The woodland walking continued to be brilliant. Spring sunshine glistened through the high canopy making the walk through the wood ever contrasting. Purple Orchids were generously interspersed ...
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Category Harrogate

'Our famous Dinosaur Trail in the Wilderness Garden is very popular with younger visitors. The 70 life-sized dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures can be found grazing amongst the shrubbery. ...
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'The nine excursions that follow are of various durations, none lasting longer than an afternoon: [1] Agglestone - - - : [2] Old Harry Rocks - - - : [3] Ballard Down - - - : [4] Swanage - - - : [5] ...
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Category Purbeck

'Heritage walks in Huyton, Kirkby, Knowsley Village, Cronton, Halewood and Prescot.'


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Category Knowsley

'Knowsley is home to some of the best open spaces on Merseyside. With a variety of formal parks, gardens, woodlands, natural spaces, sports areas and playgrounds, as well as numerous Green ...
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Category Knowsley

'The circular walks start and finish at the stations of Plumley, Knutsford, Mobberley, Ashley and Chelford.'


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Category Cheshire East

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