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Kirklees

'There are approximately hourly daytime/evening trains to Denby Dale station from Huddersfield, Barnsley, Penistone and Sheffield. Buses also serve the area from (for example) Huddersfield, Wakefie ...
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'One of the best ways to explore the area is on foot or by bike. Enjoy pleasant woodlands and open fields, with viewpoints over this special landscape.' Brief descriptions of about thirty activitie ...
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Search for Walking and Cycling Routes 'Find a route in a specific area, by distance and by difficulty. Includes Pathways to Health, walking routes which generally take less than a ...
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'Marsden Walkers are Welcome scheme aims to strengthen the town's reputation as a place for visitors to enjoy the countryside, nearby attractions and to have a positive effect on the local ...
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'The core of the walks presented on the Walkers are Welcome site have been updated from those developed by previous generations of walkers in Meltham. We base ourselves on the historic wor ...
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'The walk starts at Marsden Church GR 047 117. The route is then via the Wessenden Valley to reach the A635 at Isle of Skye, Digley Reservoir, Holme Village, Black Hill, Saddleworth Moor, Standedge ...
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'While some of the Brontë Way crosses wild and desolate moorland, civilisation is never far away and there are plenty of pubs and country houses to stop off for a quick pint of ale en rout ...
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The Booklet Colne Valley Circular Walk 'was first published in 1975 with really detailed descriptions of each section by a Mr J.W Bamforth but was revised in 1985 and 1992' (but copies of ...
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[1] Making History - Kirkheaton & Lascelles Hall - - - : [2] Urban Halifax - King & Queens - - - : [3] Super Spen - Scholes & Hartshead Moor - - - : [4] Bygone Brighouse - - - : [5] Com ...
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'This Website tells you more about the makers and travellers, gives directions for the Crossing The Pennines Heritage Walk and showcases a wide range of walks and trails throughout the are ...
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'The Emley Boundary Walk or the ancient beating the bounds was revived in 1863 and the most recent walk took place in 2014. They are usually held every seven years and the next is in 2021. ...
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'Discover Huddersfield is a community-led project involving Huddersfield Creative Arts Network (HCAN); Huddersfield Local History Society (HLHS); Huddersfield Civic Society (HCS); Chol The ...
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'This walk is easily accessible by public transport as buses 321 and 324 operate a very frequent weekday service between Huddersfield, Netherton and Meltham (every 30 mins on Sunday).'


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'This Project was created in partnership with the following organisations: [1] EU Commission's Rural Development Programme - - - : [2] Defra - LEADER - - - : [3] East Peak Innovation Partnership - ...
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'The Oxley Trail was originally created by young people from a Duke of Edinburgh's award group based at Skelmanthorpe Youth Club.'


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'The path is also home to a collection of artworks including Sally Matthew's flock of Swaledale Sheep, constructed from recycled industrial scrap, and "Rotate" by Trudi Entwistle - 40 giant steel h ...
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'It starts at Rawfolds Park ... and passes through surrounding villages of Roberttown, Hartshead, Clifton, Scholes, Oakenshaw, Hunsworth, Birkenshaw and Gomersal. It highlights the architectural an ...
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'The whole Trail can be tackled in three separate "legs" – Marsden to Hebden Bridge 18.4 miles; Hebden to Bingley 14.5 miles and Bingley to Ilkley 14.1 miles. We've shown railway stations at the be ...
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