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'The town's rugged charm springs from its historic character as a centre of silk weaving and design, of non-conformism, of independence – against an ever-present backdrop of the beautiful Peak Dist ...
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Category Cheshire East

'It is called the Macmillan Way because all funds raised are donated to Macmillan Cancer Support, a vitally important charitable organisation whose role is to help people living w ...
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Category Boston

'The path follows the valley of the River Cary to Somerton, then crosses the Somerset Levels to North Petherton. From Langport to a point near Westonzoyland the route coincides with the River Parre ...
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Category South Somerset

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Category Telford & Wrekin

'Centred on the rural southeast corner of Wrexham County Borough, the 24 mile long Maelor Way meanders gently through three counties. It links six long-distance paths: the Sandstone Trail, ...
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Category North Shropshire

'The route itself is very idyllic, taking in some of the best parts of town. You can event spot the old boundary stones that still mark the route today. Also, remember to take the time to enjoy the ...
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'Underfoot  Mixture of woodland, ridge and field paths, many of which – particularly in the lower sections – could become very muddy. Good shoes necessary. Terrain  Frequent short ...
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Category Maidstone

'... Take time to explore the district's museums and cultural hot spots or simply spend the day watching the boats along the seafront. With excellent produce focusing on local specialties from oyst ...
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Category Maldon

'Malmesbury is one of the oldest continously inhabited sites in Britain. The first Christian community was established in the mid-7th century, and the Abbey which dominates the centre of t ...
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Category North Wiltshire

'We do hope you have enjoyed this historical stroll, compiled by the Worcestershire Group of The Milestone Society. The Society was established in 2001 to campaign for the conservation of ...
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Category Malvern Hills

'This initiative is a partnership between Manchester City Council; Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust's Physical Activity Referral Scheme and Public Health Development Service; Red Ro ...
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Category Manchester

'However, for those of us who actually know the Peak District well and actually pay attention and go walking, cycling, climbing and so on, here is the correct Manifold Trail information. The Manifo ...
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'The Manifold Way does not pass through any significant centres of population; indeed it was once described by a railway worker as a line that started in the middle of nowhere, and ended u ...
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'Manningtree has traditionally claimed to be the smallest town in England, and in 2007 mayor Lee Lay-Flurrie said that this had been confirmed to her by the Census Customer Services, with ...
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Category Tendring

'The walk has been divided into colour coded sections and you can decide what you want to see and how far you want to walk. If you have the time and energy to follow the entire route, it will last ...
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Category Mansfield

'During its long history stretching back 2000 years, March has served many roles: refuge of saints; monastic estate and place of pilgrimage; stronghold of the Fen Tigers; and in more recent years a ...
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Category Fenland

'The name "Mardyke" means boundary ditch and it forms part of the boundary between the Chafford and Barstable hundreds. It is mentioned in an Anglo-Saxon charter from around the time of the Norman ...
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Category Thurrock

'Margery Allingham was a distinguished author who lived in Viaduct farm, Chappel, in the early 1930's before moving to Tolleshunt D'arcy. Her principal genre was detective fiction and Agat ...
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Category Colchester

'Booklet contains 10 walks in and around Market Harborough, designed to introduce local walking opportunities. The walks range from a 15 minute stroll to a 4 hour circular walk from Market Harborou ...
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Category Harborough

The Walk 'goes from Foxton Lock-keepers cottage on the Leicester Canal on down the lock-flight then heads of along the Arm to Market Harborough - returning back across country to Foxton. There is j ...
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Category Harborough

The 13.4 miles Saturday Walkers Club walk is available also in the book Time Out Country Walks Near London Volume 2 (2011). It follows the Thames Path for the first 5 miles before going in ...
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Category Wycombe

'This series of guides, designed and published by the late Gordon Mills in 1998 on behalf of Marple Community Council, provides a selection of everything Marple has to offer featu ...
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Category Stockport

'The route is named after the chief engineer and manager of the Midland and Great Northern Railway system William Marriott.'


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Category Broadland

'Walk Route: Marston Moretaine - Lidlington - Millbrook - Ampthill - Stewartby - Marston Moretaine'


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'The River Terne with its steep sides and wooded dingle valleys has good water quality. Migrating salmon and eel are found as well as resident brown trout and coarse fish. Otters thrive on the rive ...
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Category Malvern Hills

'Mary Jones, a 15-year-old Welsh girl walked 26 miles in search of a Bible. By doing so Mary helped inspire the founding of Bible Society which gave birth to a worldwide Bible movement. Yo ...
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Category Merioneth

'The proposed route will extend from the cliff tops of West Cornwall at Carn Lês Boel near Land’s End to Hopton on the Norfolk Coast. The pilgrimage will be an integrated whole that can also be wal ...
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Category West Cornwall

'As would be expected from a route that goes right across the country the scenery is varied. The Way starts at a rugged sea loch in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and ends on a sandy b ...
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Category Argyllshire

'Lady Mary Towneley long dreamed of the idea for a long distance route over the Pennines for horse riders and campaigned for the Pennine Bridleway National Trail for many years. Sadly she ...
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Category Calderdale

Download PDFs from the Website OR 'The walks are available as part of a free app for iPhone, iPad and Android-based smartphones!' : [1] Central Maryhill - - - : [2] South Maryhill - - - : [3] North ...
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Category City of Glasgow

Gathers together Links to details of a dozen or so walks of all varieties around and about the Estuary - ranging from 'Straightforward' through 'Challenging' to 'Difficult'.


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Category Merioneth

'Follow the Mawddach Trail with Jacky and Graham O'Hanlon's 22 page guide detailing the history and points of interest that you will encounter along the beautiful "Railway Walk" along the Mawddach ...
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Category Merioneth

'We wanted to create a journey where it really was possible to leave the car at home, and this was a big influence in choosing Barmouth, with its rail connections, as the suggested starting point. ...
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Category Merioneth

'Strood ... Cuxton ... Halling ... Snodland ... New Hythe ... Aylesford ... Maidstone Barracks ... Maidstone West ... East Farleigh ... Wateringbury ... Yalding ... Beltring ... Paddock Wood'


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Category Kent

'Look out for glimpses of kingfishers darting over the water, enjoy the displays of blossom that crown the orchards in spring and the bitter-sweet smell of hops in late summer. Listen for the song ...
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'Meldreth sits in a historically rich landscape and there have been many chance finds and archaeological excavations which shed light on its history. Perhaps the most exciting was the disc ...
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'The tour begins and ends in the town centre and can be started at any point and you can easily navigate back to where you started from using the map.'


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Category Melton

'Weston-super-Mare and Frome are served by train and coach. Buses run regularly on routes parallel to the Mendip Way, from Weston-super-Mare to Wells, and Wells to Frome.'


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Category North Somerset

'The Meon Valley was one of the last places in England to hear about Jesus and the Christian Faith. Its villages were inhabited by Saxons and Jutes and Saint Wilfrid came to live among the ...
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Category East Hampshire

'Our story starts back in the early 1990s, when 12 areas of England were chosen to be the focus of long-term tree planting programmes to improve the local environment for the benefit of people, wil ...
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Category Cheshire

'To the south of the River Mersey the land rises from sea level to the Cheshire plain 50-70m higher. Erosion has produced an edge, with several steep hillsides and outcrops of the underlying red sa ...
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Category Halton

Detailed photographic descriptions of some seventeen excursions around and about The Mersey categorized: [1] Goyt Valley - - - : [2] The Etherow - - - : [3] The Mersey - - - : [4] Estuary Walks


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Category Lancashire

'The Mid Anglia Rail Passengers Association was formed in 1991 to help protect and enhance services on the lines between Ipswich and Cambridge and Ipswich and Peterborough.'


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Category Suffolk

The Mid Cheshire Line 'links the cities of Manchester and Chester running through the scenic Mid Cheshire countryside. There are 16 stations along the line including Stockport, Navigation ...
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Category Cheshire

'Along its length are a series of circular routes. There is a circular walk at Hoxne, Eye and Thorndon. At Mendlesham there are five. Eye also has a circular town trail.'


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Category Mid Suffolk

'CPAT is one of four Welsh Archaeological Trusts working closely with other national, regional and local bodies, to help protect, record and interpret all aspects of the historic environment for th ...
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Category Powys

The Mid-Wilts Way (Ex-Libris Press) is 'a guide to the 55-mile waymarked trail across Wiltshire from Wootton Rivers on the Kennet & Avon Canal in the east to Mere in the south-west. Ta ...
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Category Salisbury

'We have four established trails, varying from 500 m to 3 km (1.8 miles) in length. The Playmeadow trail has wheelchair and disabled access for part of the way. The Woodland trail ...
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Category Tamworth

'For much of its length, the Middlewood Way runs close to the Macclesfield Canal, and there are many options for easy circular walks. For the more adventurous, the extensive publi ...
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Category Stockport

'Recommended as a three-day hike of circa 10 miles each: [1] Haslemere to Midhurst - - - : [2] Midhurst to Coultershaw - - - [3] Coultershaw to Arundel. Alternatively, a one day 9.5 mile excursion: ...
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Category Arun

'For those new to Oxford, it provides a good introduction to the city, eleven waymarkers of historic interest and glimpses of a host of well-known landmarks that might encourage a further visit. Th ...
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Category Oxford

'An ocean of grassland and a sweep of big sky. Ancient monuments loom out of the mist; camouflaged soldiers crouch in the undergrowth. Salisbury Plain is a landscape of extremes. It is the ...
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Category Salisbury

Our survey 'may be outdated in some of the detail, so we would greatly appreciate any updates ...'.


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Details of three walks: [1] Circular Walk Through Totteridge Valley (5 miles) - - - : [2] Circular Walk Through Moat Mount and Barnet Gate Wood (3.5 miles) - - - : [3] Circular Walk Through Darland ...
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Category Barnet

Other start/end points can conveniently be used: the Description recommends 'the public car park in Park Street, Woburn, opposite the Parish Church'.


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'The trail takes in sweeping panoramic vistas at its northern edge, through a variety of beautiful landscapes further south, before finally meeting the sea at the southern-most point of Wales. The ...
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Category Cardiff

'Experience the delights of the three beautiful Shire counties of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Northamptonshire. Enjoy the rural setting of the Borough of Solihull with its fine houses, leafy l ...
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Category Wychavon

... The great, great grandson of Jonathan Dodgson Carr 'has officially launched The Miller’s Way 2. Andrew Carr unveiled a large version of the special waymarker that signposts the ...
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Category South Lakeland

'The originator was Christopher Meredith, and it was developed in conjunction with the Milton Keynes Borough Council, local groups of the Long Distance Walkers Association and Ramb ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'The Parks Trust is the independent charity that owns and cares for many of Milton Keynes parks and green spaces. This adds up to 5,000 acres of river valleys, woodlands, lakesides, parks ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'Public access is important in Miltonrigg as it is unusual in being a large, flat wood with excellent access facilities and the capacity to accommodate a wide range and high numbers of vis ...
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Category Carlisle

'The planned growth of the East Kent coalfield during the early twentieth century would have transformed this area into a hive of industrial activity but the coal here was harder to extract than wa ...
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Category Dover

'It can be cold and wet on the moor; it is always boggy. Check the weather forecast. Take suitable footwear, waterproofs, torch, whistle, compass and food. Pack a snack for 8 miles and a good meal ...
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Category Wrexham

'The Minigaig is the only road to the north shown on Greene's map of 1689 and Moll's map of 1725. It was superseded by the military road over the Drumochter Pass constructed by Wade in 1728-30, alt ...
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Category Perthshire

'The circular route is approximately 9 miles long, linking the villages of Coleorton and Swannington with Snibston Discovery Park in Coalville. The trail has been signposted throughout with special ...
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'Mitcham Cricket Green is a cricket ground in Mitcham, south London (historically in Surrey). It is the home of Mitcham Cricket Club and is reportedly the oldest cricket ground still in us ...
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Category Merton

'Moidart is a wild, beautiful, remote region in the heart of the West Highlands of Scotland, with the Ardnamurchan peninsular to the west, Arisaig and Morar to the north, Morvern to the south, and ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'It is currently a very enjoyable walk though and is quiet with majestic views.'


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Category Sutherland

'Passing between the high outlooks of Ranmore Common and Box Hill the trail remains level for its six miles and takes you through the tranquillity of Norbury Park to Denbies, the largest vineyard i ...
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Category Mole Valley

'The Monarch's Way is an approximation of the King's route using available public rights of way and visiting places noted in the historic records. Most of the route has been radically chan ...
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Category Worcester

'In the 1960s much of the canal was filled in, with the section from Townhead to Easterhouse being buried beneath the M8 motorway. However sections of the canal survive in water today, and are priz ...
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Walks around and about Monkton Combe: [1] Brassknocker, Kennet & Avon - - - : [2] Combe Down, Horsecombe Vale & Tucking Mill - - - : [3] Bridging the gap - - - : [4] Somerset Coal Canal &am ...
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'The Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal draws people, nature and history together. Flowing through the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park, making it a must for nature lover ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'The walk uses paths which have been selected to provide a special blend of quietness, interesting features and a variety of scenery and terrain. The mixed farming encountered on the first half of ...
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Category Monmouthshire

'For many years the Trail could not follow the trackbed throughout as tunnels had been closed for safety reasons ... meaning that the Trail was diverted ... Plans to make the tunnels safe and re-op ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

Pete's Montgomery Canal Photo-site 'My original aim in constructing the photo-site was to share with you a selection of the many photo's that I took during restoration work on the Montgome ...
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Category North Shropshire

The Tours include: [1] Rishworth 'Walk in the footsteps of Romans and discover our conservation efforts' - - - : [2] Turley Holes 'Find out how water has shaped the landscape' - - ...
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Category High Peak

'With its marvellous landscapes from rugged cliffs, caves and sheltered coves to fishertown harbours and sweeping stretches of sandy beaches, Moray has a coastline alive with wildlife that would be ...
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Category Morayshire

The Areas covered in the Leaflet are: [1] Caithness - - - : [2] Sutherland - - - : [3] Easter Ross and the Black Isle - - - : [4] Inverness and Nairn - - - : [5] Moray


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Category Caithness

The Forum has 20 "core" members with equal representation from 4 peer groups as follows: [1] Public agencies e.g. Forestry Commission, Scottish Natural Heritage, M ...
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Category Morayshire

'The walk begins at the splendid, medieval Ludlow Castle in Shropshire and heads towards Aymestrey, crossing the River Teme before passing through Haye Park Wood and Deer Park. This section also vi ...
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Category South Shropshire

'Walking the Mournes couldn't get any better, whether your out for a short walk through with magical fairy glen in Rostrevor or approaching the summit of Northern Ireland's highest peak; The Slieve ...
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'This is a challenging yet rewarding walk, some of which crosses open hill side with no waymarking so please ensure you are adequatley prepared. There is little accommodation available along the ro ...
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