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Area: Gloucestershire

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Category Gloucester

'Brockworth, in Gloucestershire, England is situated on the old Roman road that connects the City of Gloucester with Barnwood, Hucclecote and Cirencester. For the past 150 years Brockworth ...
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Category Tewkesbury

'The Cotswold Water Park is much much more than "a park"! An area of 40 square miles between Swindon and Cirencester, with 150 lakes, it has many different leisure providers and places to ...
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Category Cotswold

'As walking is one of the most popular activities in the Cotswolds, there is a wealth of information available. We have compiled some of this information here to help you plan your next walk which ...
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Category Cotswold

[1] Bromley Heath Walk - - - : [2] Hill House Walk - - - : [3] King George's Field Walk - - - : [4] Leap Valley Walk - - - : [5] Lincombe Barn Walk - - - : [6] Parish Walk


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'The market town of Dursley is located in Gloucestershire, approximately 12 miles south of Gloucester and 25 miles north of Bristol. It is easily accessible from the M5 motorway.'


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Category Stroud

'The Dursley area is hilly and many of the walks will be strenuous - please consider any health issues you may have before deciding to join the walks and advise walk leaders of any concerns before ...
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Category Stroud

'Some of the walks can be downloaded and more walks in Gloucestershire are being added on a regular basis. Explore and enjoy!'


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Category Gloucestershire

'There are miles of river and lakeside walks, footpaths and bridleways waiting to be explored, as well as a unique range of heritage assets.'


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Category Cotswold

'Our programme of events are organised to fit around working commitments. Events include free Thursday walks, Sunday walks and weekends to Youth Hostels, cottages, bunkhouses and even camping in th ...
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Category Gloucestershire

'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

'Pittville Park is divided in two by Evesham Road. Most people are familiar with the eastern side of the park, which is overlooked by Pittville Pump Room ... However, to the west of Evesha ...
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Category Cheltenham

'The "All Paths Lead to the Hill" project was launched in September 2013 and is a two year project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It is a partnership between Gloucestershire Wild ...
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Category Gloucester

'Formed in May 1997 from which time the membership has grown steadily, currently standing at around 150. We arrange walks throughout the year, ranging from short to long, from rural to urban. We ge ...
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'A guided walk is a great way to learn more about the Centre and its wildlife. Join one of our volunteers as they take you on a walk and hear about the history of the Centre and its wildlife. Start ...
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Category Stroud

'South Gloucestershire has some outstanding countryside and wildlife for you to discover. To help you make the most of your visit we have a number of wildtracks for you to follow. The ...
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Includes access to a 44 Walk Circular Walk Collection BUT: 'Please note that these documents are awaiting revision and that some features may now be absent. We advise that these walks are ...
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Category Stroud

'You will not need specialised clothing or state-of the-art GPS's. You will not be expected to do acrobatics, leaping over stile after stile. You will not have to scramble up rough, steep inclines ...
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Category Forest of Dean

'Montpellier Gardens were developed over 200 years ago and originally developed as pleasure gardens to provide an appropriate setting for the pump room and for society to meet and promenad ...
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Category Cheltenham

[1] Badminton woodland and parkland - - - : [2] Bibury and the River Coln - - - : [3] Bourton on the Water and Wyck Rissington - - - : [4] Brockhampton and Sevenhampton - - - : [5] Ebrington and Fo ...
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Category Cotswold

The downloadable PDF Walking Guides cover: [1] Bourton - - - : [2] Broadway - - - : [3] Burford - - - : [4] Chipping Campden - - - : [5] Cirencester - - - : [6] Dursley - - - : [7] Glouces ...
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Category Cotswold

'The walk is a long round which takes you through both of these villages, and the route is designed to share the joy of the exuberant show of pale yellow daffodils growing in their natural environm ...
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Category Forest of Dean

'The main locations of the route, starting from Stow-on-the-Wold are Longborough, Ganborough, Lower Swell, Great Barrington, Naunton, Guiting Power, Kineton, Ford, Snowshill, Stanton, Willersey, Mo ...
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Category Cotswold

'The walk is covered in a colourful booklet which describes some of the fascinating remains of the Dramway and the features found alongside the linear route of the Dramway Path. There are also exce ...
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'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

'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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Towpath 'Vessels were originally towed along the canal by horses, but their use declined after steam tugs were introduced in 1860. The towpath is nominally open for walkers and cyclists al ...
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Category Gloucester

'Commemorate Gloucester Day, which marks a turning point in English history. On 5 September 1643 the Gloucester Parliamentarian forces were held under siege behind the city walls and brave ...
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Category Gloucester

'We know that Holst walked in Cranham Woods and that his mother’s family had property there. We know of Holst’s association with Cheltenham and we know of his posts in Bourton and Wyck Rissington. ...
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Category Stroud

'Definitive rights of way are, of course, shown on Ordnance Survey maps (Landranger Sheet 162; Explorer Sheet 179), but even on 1:25,000 maps they are not always easy to follow. In addition, some r ...
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Category Forest of Dean

‘Top 10 best walks and hikes around Chipping Campden. Our Tour recommendations are based on thousands of activities completed by other people on komoot.’


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Category Cotswold

'The Cemetery is also worth visiting, it is very neatly kept and the old section of the cemetery is picturesque as well as having real historical interest. As in many cases the cemetery gives the m ...
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Category Cheltenham

'There have been two distinctive organised Jewish communities in Gloucester - one established in the 12th century and ended by the time of the general Expulsion of the Jews in 1290, and a second co ...
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Category Gloucester

'In the late 19th century the town expanded into the manufacture of men's clothing and Jews were recruited specific to work as tailors in making these clothes. This brought into being a Jewish comm ...
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Category Stroud

'The Ramblers' Association devised the Jubilee Way in 1985 to celebrate the Association's 50th anniversary. It was an ambitious undertaking, creating a huge national walk by using existing ...
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'So it was a thrill to be back there in Lee's centenary year, walking the recently opened Laurie Lee Wildlife Way which meanders – marked here and there with posts displaying Lee's locally-inspired ...
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Category Stroud

'Throughout South Gloucestershire are reminders of the people who over the course of the last four hundred years have upheld the principles of freedom of worship and freedom of conscience that have ...
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'The route stretches from Northleach in the south to near Chipping Campden in the north, Guiting Power in the west to near Bourton-on-the-Water in the east.'


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Category Cotswold

'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

'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 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

The first ten parishes to set up walks were: Bitton, Cromhall, Dodington, Frampton Cotterell, Hanham Abbotts, Horton, Iron Acton, Oldland Common, Winterbourne and Yate ... Ten more parishes set up ...
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Download PDFs from the Website: [1] Hatters' Trails in South Gloucestershire - - - : [2] Heritage Walks in Frampton Cotterell and Coalpit Heath - - - : [3] Pucklechurch Village Trail - - - : [4] So ...
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'We do hope you have enjoyed this historical stroll, compiled by members of the Milestone Society. The Society was established in 2001 to campaign for the conservation of milestones and ot ...
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'Coaching traffic brought prosperity to Tewkesbury up until the mid 19th century when the advent of the railways bypassed the town and the Industrial Revolution had little impact. It is a paradox t ...
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Category Tewkesbury

'The canal ran for 37 miles, but the new Thames & Severn Way covers 45 miles. In places, especially east of Sapperton Tunnel, the path deviates away from the canal. The route has been ...
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Category Stroud

'On its way the Trail passes peaceful water meadows rich in wildlife, historic towns and many lovely villages, finishing at the Thames Barrier near Greenwich. Easy to reach by public transport, the ...
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Category Cotswold

"I was very impressed with your guide book... the sketch maps are very clear and your daughter's illustrations are delightful... I also liked the way you have interwoven into the text information o ...
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Category 3: 51-100 Miles

'The Parish Council seeks to encourage and promote the footpaths' ongoing maintenance and use. Whilst the landowners are responsible for keeping paths on their land open for use by the public, it f ...
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Category Tewkesbury

'"There are several way-marked trails such as the Cotswold Way that pass close by, but until now Stroud hasn’t had a route of its own”, explained Stroud resident and keen walker Debbie Hew ...
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Category Stroud

'A wonderful circular route can be created by walking the Windrush Way from Winchcombe to Bourton-on-the-Water and returning to Winchcombe on the Wardens' Way, or vice-versa. To d ...
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Category Tewkesbury

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