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'Saddleworth is a civil parish of the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham in Greater Manchester, England. It comprises several villages and hamlets amongst the west side of the Pennine ...
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Category Oldham

'There are some lovely sections along the route including riverside walks, visits to unspoilt villages and historic monuments, strolls through beautiful woodlands in the heart of the urban sprawl, ...
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Category Southend-on-Sea

'... This is the place to indulge yourself in a very unhurried and relaxed way. There are the remains of a small castle, the largest parish church in Essex and many other attractions for all ages b ...
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Category Uttlesford

'This Guide features the Sailors' Path between Snape and Aldeburgh and two shorter walks from Snape Maltings: [1] Views across the heather (3.5 miles) - - - : [2] Snape stroll (2.5 miles)' ...
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Category East Suffolk

Waymarked long distance footpath in South Wales running from Pembrey Country Park west of Burry Port through rural eastern Carmarthenshire and Neath Port Talbot to end at Margam Country Park south ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'The essential guide now is the Saints Way Guide, compiled and published by Ginny and Heulyn Lewis of Pelican Studio. A compact folder with 8 trail cards (and 5 information cards), each tr ...
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Category West Cornwall

'TPT route maps can be obtained from the Trans Pennine Trail Office if required.'


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Category Trafford

'1. Chapel Street Heritage Trail ... 2. The Quays Heritage Trail ... 3. Worsley Heritage Trail ... 4. Monton and Roe Green Loopline Heritage Trail'


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Category Salford

The Definitive Maps cover: [1] Claremont & Weaste - - - : [2] East Salford - - - : [3] Eccles - - - : [4] Irlam & Cadishead - - - : [5] Ordsall & Lamgworthy - - - : [6] Swinton - - - : ...
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Category Salford

'The "saltways" were used to transport salt across the country and are believed to date back to pre-Conquest times. Saltersford Lane is thought to have linked Nantwich with Newcastle, Chea ...
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'This walk is not for the budding sculpture or art enthusiast. Such folk will be sorely disappointed. As a walk though, it is a worthy expedition with the natural ...
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Category North Norfolk

'It starts at Clifton Suspension Bridge on the spectacular Avon Gorge,and continues across the Chew Valley with its peaceful lakes, over the Mendip Hills to Cheddar Gorge, along the Somerset Levels ...
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Category Bristol

'The Village takes its name both from the sandy ford which crossed the Doniford stream between Sampford Brett and Woolston and from the Brett Family.'


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'Two Trails of nine 'Holes' each. For the First 'Allow approx 45 minutes at a stroll'; for the Second 'Allow approx 2 hours at a stroll'.


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Category St Albans

'As part of the Liberty of St Wilfred in 937 A.D., King Athelstan granted the right of sanctuary overnight for anyone, as long as they were within the eight markers. The Rotary Club installed repli ...
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Category Harrogate

'The Sandlings Walk is easy going with few gradients to challenge the walker, meaning that it is easy to do long distances each day if you so desire. Additionally, the going underfoot is o ...
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Category East Suffolk

'Offers superb, unbroken, and often elevated walking across the still largely green and pleasant English county of Cheshire — from the ancient market town of Frodsham on the broad Mersey estuary, i ...
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'This year will also see the third Semi-Sabrina Walk. This is a shorter 12 mile walk from Llanidloes taking in Glyndwr's Way and the Llyn Clywedog.'


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Category Montgomeryshire

'Walkers along the route will find Iron Age hill forts; magnificent churches and an impressive cathedral; Martello towers; historic ports; and castles dating from periods throughout history.'


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Category Gravesham

'Forest trails wander through tall larch and pine trees and are perfect for families and visitors. You can climb the hill for panoramic views over Royal Deeside and the Grampian Mountains and – if ...
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Category Kincardineshire

'With at least a couple of events happening in Scotland every month, there's always another great event coming up - so check out our programme of events ...'


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Category Scotland

'Easy access to the Countryside route booklet, divided into nine parts. This edition published June 2013: [1] Introduction - - - : [2] River routes 1-4 - - - : [3] River routes 5-8 - - - : [4] Loch ...
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Walking & running along: 1. Caledonian Canal - - - : 2. Crinan Canal - - - : 3. Forth & Clyde Canal - - - : 4. Union Canal


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Category Scotland

'At present the Club has a membership of around 450. In 1990 women were admitted to membership, following many debates. Their numbers are fast approaching double figures. Membership is open to all ...
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Category Scotland

'Scotland’s longest walking route, the 470-mile Gore-Tex Scottish National Trail, will be officially opened by the First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond MSP, on October 30th at the Wate ...
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Category Roxburghshire

'You can follow the Journeys by road transport, by bicycle, and by walking the parts where safe paths are available. Each Journey is divided into meaningful stages which enables different parts to ...
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Category Scotland

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'Features sandy beaches, coastal marshes, pine woodlands, heathland and tidal estuaries, all with invigorating vistas across the Irish Sea to North Wales, Snowdonia, and even the Lake District on a ...
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Category Sefton

'In the centre of town, and known as one of England’s finest Parish Churches, stands the magnificent Selby Abbey. Founded by the Monk Benedict of Auxerre, France in 1069, the main phase of building ...
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Category Selby

'The routes described range from short strolls to strenuous hill climbs. Each route has a summary containing distance, estimated time to complete, start and finish points and an indication of the t ...
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Category Selkirkshire

Bordered by the old Lapal Canal and containing an avenue of oak trees left over from its days as a farm, the Park offers a range of natural habitats and is home to woodpeckers, tree creepers and Pi ...
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Category Birmingham

'We are a national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind or have sensory impairments.'

 


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Category Charity Walks

'Showcases the work of the Sussex Wealden Greensand Heaths Project (SWGHP). The trail is designed to highlight the outstanding landscape of the greensand hills, their wildlife, history and ...
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Category Waverley

The route goes 'northward from Settle, soon enjoying great views of the Three Peaks as it progresses through the Yorkshire Dales National Park, past the Ribblehead Viaduct and over Blea Moor tunnel ...
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Category Craven

'41 pieces of sculpture made from traditional materials make up this impressive piece of public art. The artist Gordon Young created the trail of sculptures in 1992 - representing the actual size o ...
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'The path passes through a wide variation of scenery; from the marlstone scarp slope of Edgehill in Warwickshire to the ironstone villages of North Oxfordshire, the clay vale of Aylesbury, the beec ...
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Category Cotswold

'There's something rather romantic about following natural features in the landscape, whether it's a mountain range, a coastline, or in this case a river, from its source in the Welsh Mountains to ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Runs between Shakespeare's Birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon and Shakepeare's Globe, London ... Using existing footpaths, bridleways and a few minor roads, this path has been planned to follow, as cl ...
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'A note of caution is that because the route is so little used, many paths are very overgrown and long trousers are a must!'


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'The Serendipity Trail will take just under a couple of hours to negotiate, but there are some short cuts (which will be indicated + in the text) you could take which would reduce the time ...
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Category Winchester

'The Sheffield & Tinsley Canal is fine example of an industrial canal that has found a new lease of life. Victoria Quays, in Sheffield has been regenerated and is now a bustling waterf ...
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Category South Yorkshire

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Category Sheffield

'The act of walking such a route (marked on a map, but not on the ground) gave us new perspectives of the city and of the boundary itself. A circular pilgrimage, a walk, an act, an artwork? We were ...
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Category Sheffield

'... The route then descends through the Limb Valley, Whirlow Brook Park and Ecclesall Woods before climbing once again through Ladies Spring Wood and Chancet Wood to Graves Park. From Graves Park ...
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Category Sheffield

PDFs of 'the walks in and around Shefford: [1] By the River : - : [2] Cockshoot Hill : - : [3] Rowney Warren - - - : [4] Chicksands Wood : - : [5] Stanford Lock : - : [6] Polehanger : - : [7] Campt ...
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'Shepherds Walks was set up in 1999 by Jon Monks, who at that time was a full time Hill Shepherd in Northumberland. More used to looking after sheep he started shepherding people ...
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Category North East

'Edwardian visitors to Sheringham soon discovered that in addition to the sea on its doorstep, the town also has some beautiful countryside in its back yard. Using these suggested routes, today’s v ...
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Category North Norfolk

'The Wood, which is crossed by many footpaths and bridleways, is also an amenity much used by the public - walkers with or without dogs, joggers, cyclists, horse riders and people who simply want t ...
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Category Welwyn Hatfield

'Not only does the Guide include nine individual 4 page circular walks in shower proof seals but also a fascinating introduction to the parish and a trail around the village with its fine and inter ...
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Category North Wiltshire

'The core path plan comprises of many different types of paths, ranging from natural ground to constructed paths. Taken as a whole, the core paths system caters for all types of users - walkers, cy ...
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Category Shetland

'The park covers an area of 600 acres of varied landscape and has 18 miles of footpaths. It lies between the former pit towns of Heanor and Ilkeston. The other main entrance is at Mapperley, off th ...
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Category Amber Valley

'Starting in ancient woodland at Alice Holt Forest near Farnham, it will meander down through East Hampshire, across the South Downs and on to the sea at Portsmouth ... including 7 rail stations. T ...
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Category Waverley

'A good way to visit the Halo is to follow the Shoe Trail from Rawtenstall town centre. Twenty eight massive clay shoes, designed by local children, waymark the 2 mile route. The shoes pay ...
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Category Rossendale

'If you choose to use the PROWs, you must not deviate from the designated paths. The vast majority of the area is private tenanted land, access to which can only be granted by special permission fr ...
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Category Southend-on-Sea

'For each walk you can download the two page guide which includes a map of the route and brief details about the walk and any points of interest. Along the route stickers showing the walk number ar ...
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Category Monmouthshire

These are 'walks on the Eastern Section of The Southern Upland Way ... The Booklet contains descriptions for 55 walks in the Scottish Borders, along with information on features and places ...
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'Route 1 provides three possible short walks to CS Lewis Nature Reserve, across Shotover Plain to Shotover Estate and to Shotover Country Park, where you can follow one of three colour-cod ...
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'"Our Town, our Passion". There is so much to see, to appreciative and to enjoy in Shrewsbury that we can only touch the surface of a vast pool of events, connections and locations in our town. We ...
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Category Shrewsbury

Shropshire 'Walkers Are Welcome' towns include: [1] Bishop's Castle - - - : [2] Church Stretton - - - : [3] Cleobury Mortimer - - - : [4] Clun - - - : [5] Ironbridge - - - : [6] Ludlow - - - : ...
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Category Shropshire

'The 12 pub walks start or include a number of rural and town pubs in the rural west of the Shropshire Hills. The walks utilise pub or public car parks and walkers are encouraged to buy food and/or ...
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Category South Shropshire

The Parish Path Warden (PPW)  'PPW is for an individual or small group who wish to help look after their rights of way but are unable to take part in full P3 activities. The Wardens wi ...
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Category Shropshire

'The towpath is extremely well maintained and walkers have the choice of a southerly walk towards Coxbank and Market Drayton which passes the majority of the locks. The walk is particularly attract ...
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Category Cheshire East

'The Shropshire Way Main Route is a long distance path of some 200 miles, covering not only the wonderful Shropshire Hills in the South but also some of the historic towns and unique natur ...
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Category Shrewsbury

'The alder woods along the banks of the Rivers Shuttle and Cray are amongst the best in London. Alder prefer to live in wet places and their fine root systems penetrate well below the water level p ...
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Category Bexley

'Sidmouth is an attractive seaside town on the coast of East Devon. Situated on the floor of the valley of the River Sid where it meets the sea, it is flanked on both sides by high ridges which bot ...
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Category East Devon

'Enjoy the tranquillity of Silent Valley Mountain Park in the heart of the Mourne Mountains. Follow a trail to submerge in the beauty of the park. Find out about the industrial heritage which gave ...
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'A one time Member of Parliament for Peckham and Deputy Leader of the House of Lords, Lewis Silkin was instrumental in the Labour Government's rebuilding policy after World War II. This included th ...
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Category Telford & Wrekin

'Over 130 listed buildings are situated in the small village of Silsoe which is edged by the historic gardens of Wrest Park ... The lovely 17th and 18th century gardens of Wrest Park House ...
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'The ultimate Grizedale walk, this trail takes you down one side of the Grizedale valley and back up the other, passing many of the sculptures along the way, as well as some of the best vi ...
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Category Eden

'A second leaflet is available detailing shorter, circular walks - links - using sections of The Way.'


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'Simon Evans, the postman writer of Cleobury Mortimer, was born in 1895 at Tynyfedu, Wales and came to this area to relieve respiratory injuries sustained when gassed during the First Worl ...
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Category South Shropshire

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