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Rutland

'The name Braunston is, doubtless, of Saxon origin from Brauns (a man's name) ton (town) i.e. Braun's Town. Braunston is not mentioned in the Doomsday book; indeed, nothing is known respec ...
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'The footpath runs through Stamford, Peterborough, March, Ely and Brandon. It also goes through Thetford Forest ... The path is named after Hereward the Wake who led a band of Saxon nobles ...
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'If you have not already visited our lovely church please do so before you leave the village. The church, dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, is one of the largest in Rutland. The earliest parts o ...
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'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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'The walk is waymarked with a yellow and green disc.'


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'The Walking Festival consists of on average 2-3 walks a day suitable for all abilities. The walks include a range of paces from a leisurely stroll admiring the views to fast paced walks that will ...
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'This is a very easy route for navigation and terrain. Anglian Water have gone to some trouble to signpost the route well and keep it clear ... Exploring is easier than ever before thanks ...
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