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'Inspired by the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, the C.S. Lewis Foundation is dedicated to advancing the renewal of Christian thought and creative expression throughout the world of learnin ...
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'Discover gushing mill streams and picturesque flood meadows, walk along an industrial canal and a working river, watch leisure boating and competitive rowing. Look for evidence in the names of nei ...
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'The walk is not possible after dark (no lighting, and Parks are locked at night) ... Just about negotiable by pushchairs that can be folded (a bit bumpy), but not wheelchairs ... The ground can be ...
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'One of the most important Jewish communities in medieval England, it's thought that Jews may have arrived in Oxfordshire as early as 1080, when a man called Manassess is mentioned in the Domesday ...
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'For those new to Oxford, it provides a good introduction to the city, eleven waymarkers of historic interest and glimpses of a host of well-known landmarks that might encourage a further visit. Th ...
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'The HF's origins can be traced back to 13-16 June 1891, when T. Arthur Leonard took some 30 men from the Social Guild of Colne Congregational Church, at which he was the Minister, for a holiday at ...
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'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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'Typically ranging in distance from three to twelve miles, and gentle to moderate in pace (approximately 2-2.5 miles per hour) these walks are a delightful way to share with others an enjoyment of ...
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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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'The OXFORD group meets mainly on the FIRST SATURDAY of the month for a fairly easy eight-mile circular walk. Note that during the months of June to September BERKS hold not only their regular thir ...
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'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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[1] Boars Hill - - - : [2] Boars Hill - - - : [3] Boars Hill - - - : [4] Hinksey & Grandpont - - - : [5] Along the Thames to Kennington


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'Being sponsored (even if only a short part of the march is planned to be walked) is encouraged but is also entirely optional. Traditionally, we raise money for Jimmy's Night Shelter in Ca ...
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'The Botanic Garden was founded in 1621 with a mission "To promote the furtherance of learning and to glorify nature". In the almost 400 years since then, although many people and plants h ...
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'Most of the walks are available online so are only a click away. Some of the walks listed are described in books or pamphlets. Generally we've included those books that you can easily buy at the m ...
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