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Bradford

On the Website 'you can find information about walks which you can do anytime you fancy, getting out to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Baildon and our many features of interest ... You’ll find ...
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'Bingley's application for Walkers are Welcome accreditation was unanimously agreed. The executive committee was very impressed with the strength of the application. We are delighted to we ...
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'Our first walking leaflet of Five Rambles from the Roundhouse was published in June 2014. The leaflet can be purchased for £1.50 - in the village from the Post Office, Cohens Chemist and ...
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'Some of these landscapes are also high quality designated nature conservation sites, some of which are of international importance for their habitats and species, such as Ilkley Moor and ...
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'The aims of the walks are to provide a safe, friendly atmosphere in which you can become familiar with the local routes, landscapes and rights of way - the first step in devising your own routes s ...
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The five places of worship on the Trail are: [1] St Peter’s Roman Catholic Church - - - : [2] The Shree Lakshmi Narayan Hindu Temple - - - : [3] The Abu Bakar Masjid (Mosque) - - - : [4]  Guru Gobi ...
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'To help prospective walkers find their way along the route a comprehensive walk booklet was produced, charged at only £1.99 per copy. As time has passed, the team have created 16 circular walks ta ...
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'The route is along the Canal Road corridor, here expect some surprises with hidden gems of green space, some with long distance views ... Beyond Shipley the route along the Leeds Liverpool canal p ...
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'The Route divides naturally into six sections. Seasoned walkers might tackle one section each day, though the first two sections will probably be too long for many people. They can be easily broke ...
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'By following as far as possible riverside paths, it offers a scenically attractive route from urban West Yorkshire to the Lake District, which any reasonably fit family can undertake in a week's h ...
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'Railway Walks  [1] Walk from Tourist Information Centre to Haworth Steam Preserved Railway Station - - - : [2] Railway Children Walk part 1 - - - : [3] Railway Children Walk part 2 ... ...
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[1] Linear route - using Haworth Old Road = 6 mile (10km) - - - : [2] Linear route - using Pennine Way = 10 mile (16km) - - - : [3] Circular route - for the brave = 16 mile (26km).'


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Access descriptions of each of these Walks: [1] Riverside Circuit (3 miles) - - - : [2] White Wells, Rocky Valley, Cow and Calf Rocks and the Tarn (3 miles) - - - : [3] Hebers Ghyll and the Swastik ...
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'While the casual visitor to Bradford will not see much of Bradford's Jewish heritage without being guided to it, there are probably more historic monuments to Jewish endeavour in Bradford than in ...
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'Ilkley Moor is part of Rombalds Moor, the moorland between Ilkley and Keighley in West Yorkshire, England. The moor, which rises to 402 m (1,319 ft) above sea level is famous as t ...
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'The Friends of St Ives is a group of volunteers who first gathered in 2003 to ensure that future developments to St Ives near Bingley in West Yorkshire (UK), are in keeping with the way t ...
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Access to details of over 30 walks in: [1] Ilkley & Wharfedale - - - : [2] Saltaire & Airedale - - - : [3] Brontë Country - - - : [4] Bradford.


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'There has been bathing at White Wells since 1703 when there was a bath to the rear of the premises. This was replaced in 1791 by two baths, one of which is on display today. Although the ...
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