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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: West Northamptonshire

'There is no fee for joining the group and the age range tends to be over 50's. On the last Thursday of each month a pub is chosen as the venue for lunch and the walk starts and finishes from that ...
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The Canons Ashby History Walk 'encompasses charming local architecture and stunning views over the local countryside'.


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Category Daventry

'Daventry Country Park is a popular park ideally situated in the urban fringe of Daventry within 1 mile of the town centre, easily accessible by car, bicycle or on foot with the benefit of ...
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Category Daventry

'Northampton Borough Council recognises the historical importance of Delapré Abbey and Delapré Park. The Abbey is something we can all take pride in as a unique building and important part ...
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Category Northampton

PDF details of these Walks: [1] The Lakes & Grand Union Canal (2 miles) - - - : [2] Glassthorpe Hill (4.5 miles) - - - : [3] Flore Hill & Grand Union Canal (4 miles) - - - : [4] Flore Field ...
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Category Daventry

'We meet on the second Monday of each month from 8-10 pm at various locations in Northampton ... The meetings provide an opportunity to co-ordinate events and socialise.'

 


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Category Northampton

'The District benefits from an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways for the use of residents and visitors. A number of leaflets are available for download that present walks in and around ...
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'Ashby St. Ledgers is a small Northamptonshire village which is located north-east of Braunston and is probably most famous as the place where the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was hatched - one ...
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Category Daventry

One of two 'described walks for you to do yourself ... There are more described walks in the Members' Pages, but you will need our password'.


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Category Daventry

'The Cold Ashby Rambler website was set up in April 2009, initially to provide a detailed, illustrated guide to the many excellent walking routes provided by footpaths, bridleways and lane ...
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Category Daventry

'The trail links three of Britain's most important battlefields: Edgcote (1469) in Northamptonshire; Cropredy Bridge (1644) in Oxfordshire; Edgehill (1642) in Warwickshir ...
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The Booklets are: [1] Walks Around Gayton Twelve walks that all begin and end at Fiveways in Gayton and feature all the footpaths in the parish - - - : [2] More Walks Around Gayton...
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'By amalgamating various canal companies, the Grand Union Canal was formed to link London with the Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire coalfields and Birmingham under single ownership. The Leicester Line pr ...
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Category 2: 26-50 Miles

'However, the town has an unexpected and little known Jewish heritage, largely dating from just after World War I, to the end of World War II. It illustrates the unexpected links that Jewish people ...
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Seventeen places of interest described: it will be helpful to have a map of the centre of Northampton to hand.


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Category Northampton

Described in four PDFs: Nene Way - Badby to Kislingbury.pdf ; Nene Way - Barnwell to Wansford.pdf ; Nene Way - Cogenhoe to Irthlingborough.pdf ; Nene Way - Kislingbury to Cogenhoe.pdf .


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Category Daventry

'This Heritage Trail links the historic buildings and sites of Northampton and presents you with a self-guided tour of the town centre. The trail is broken down into two sections East and ...
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Category Northampton

'The Northamptonshire Round was set up for us to give a walk or selection of walks to others in recompense for the pleasure gained from walks organized by others. It is designed to show pe ...
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Category Daventry

'The bridle route crosses a very wide variety of scenery starting at Salcey Forest in Northamptonshire, then across the Ouse valley, offering fine views and passing through parts of the growing new ...
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