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'The walks vary in length and difficulty, route 1 being the easiest and 10 being the hardest. So if you fancy doing something different this lunchtime then the Stepping Stones Challenge is to work ...
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Category Oadby & Wigston

'Historic streets such as Northgate, Dean's Street, Catmos Street and Mill Street focus on the market place which is also flanked by the High Street. Several of these streets now contain a variety ...
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Category Rutland

'Toys Hill was one of the places that inspired Octavia Hill to found the National Trust.'


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Category Sevenoaks

'Route 41 runs between Newtown and Kington, via Knucklas and Knighton and is known as the “Offa Hopper”. As well as being the local service bus, it provides a service to walkers wanting to ...
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'Offa's Dyke is a great frontier earthwork built by Offa, King of Mercia from 757 to 796 A.D. It gives its name to a long distance footpath, one of Britain's National Trails, which runs fr ...
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Category Forest of Dean

'A waggonway can be differentiated from a railway line as waggonways predate them and usually had wooden rails, along which, carts would be pulled by horses. This waggonway is unfortunately quite d ...
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Category Fife

'If we whet your appetite we hope that you'll come and visit and have a longer look, taking advantage of the tours organised by the Harwich Society. There are actually over 200 listed buil ...
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Category Tendring

'Several walks have been set up by club members as Permanent Trails which may be walked at any time and attract IVV [International Federation of Popular Sports] stamps ... Walkers who do not partic ...
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Category Salisbury

The route is 'the best guess of the route (clockwise) based on surviving waymarks'.


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Category Salisbury

'The Online Guide has been created using the BPT’s expertise a ...
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Category Southampton

'The Wednesday Walkers were formed in April 1986. The circumstances regarding the formation are interesting and demonstrate how successful ventures often start from the most humble of begi ...
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Category Oldham

Cornwall From The Coast Path  'This is not just a guide to the Coast Path, but also to Cornwall from the Coast Path. Each stage includes information on Interest along the path and within e ...
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Category West Cornwall

'VisitOlney is a tourist information website for Olney in Buckinghamshire, UK; where visitors can enjoy historic buildings, a wealth of independent shops and a wide selection of pubs, cafe ...
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Category Milton Keynes

'Liverpool Street Station – Bishopsgate - Brushfield Street - Old Spitalfields Market. Commercial Street - Hanbury Street - Brick Lane. Bethnal Green Road - Squirries Street - Warner Place - Hackne ...
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Category City of London

'When the Act came into effect, the Orkney Countryside Committee took on the role of the Local Access Forum and became the Orkney Local Access Forum and Countryside Committee - OLAF.'


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Category Orkney

The PDF Guides include: [1] Hoy Walking Guide - - - : [2] Papa Westray Walking Guide - - - : [3] Rousay, Egilsay & Wyre Walking Guide - - - : [4] East Mainland Walking Guides - - - : [5] West M ...
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Category Orkney

'Discover the beauty and history of the North Buckinghamshire Countryside and its once thriving industrial heritage.'


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Category Aylesbury Vale

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Category North Yorkshire

'With the Taff Trail passing through a number of parks and green spaces ...
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Category Cardiff

'This site will become, we hope, an evolving mass of news and views, information about where you live and work that is interesting, stimulating, and which ultimately offers you a voice in your comm ...
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Category Croydon

'The route goes through ancient woodland and chalk grassland, both rich in wild flowers, and there are good views towards the south coast over the Sussex Weald.'


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Category Tandridge

'The majority of the buildings featured here can be visited. There may be a small charge to visit some of these buildings at certain times.'


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Category Oxford

'The canal takes you from the beautiful university city of Oxford to the three spires of Coventry. The southern part of the canal remains largely unaltered, its winding course untouched by mid-19th ...
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[1] The Golden Compass Trail - - - : [2] The Inspector Morse City Trail - - - : [3] The Inspector Morse County Trail - - - : [4] The Harry Potter Trail


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Category Oxford

'Links Oxford’s Park & Ride sites and is crossed by major bus routes, making it easy for city and village dwellers to access the route and to travel back to their starting point. The route prov ...
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Category Oxford

[1] Boars Hill - - - : [2] Boars Hill - - - : [3] Boars Hill - - - : [4] Hinksey & Grandpont - - - : [5] Along the Thames to Kennington


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Category Oxford

'Pick from our set programme an expedition which suits you. If you are new to walking, or just want a relaxing break, then why not start with one of our local walks. You could combine a visit to th ...
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Category Oxfordshire

'The route passes through a mosaic of contrasting landscapes and settlements including two areas of outstanding natural beauty; the pretty rolling Cotswold Hills and the Chilterns; plus some fascin ...
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Category Cotswold

'The Trail which is circular, starts and finishes in the car park and is ideal for a family visit. On arrival you will be greeted by a striking carved archway to welcome you to the trail and upon c ...
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Category Three Rivers

'The Oxley Trail was originally created by young people from a Duke of Edinburgh's award group based at Skelmanthorpe Youth Club.'


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Category Kirklees

'The terrain is easy, so any good footwear is fine and there are no nettles or stiles. Your dog is very welcome, although there is one unavoidable stretch along a main road with no pavement.'


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Category Elmbridge

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