Huntingdonshire

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The Category Huntingdonshire is a subset of Eastern. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Huntingdonshire which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/leisure/parks-nature-reserves-and-green-spa...

Overview

Parks, Nature Reserves and Green Spaces around and about Huntingdon. There should also be access here to an extensive Huntingdonshire District Council Countryside Guide - but note that this is dated 2008.

paxton-pits.org.uk

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'75 hectares of lakes, meadow, grassland, scrub and woodland next to the River Great Ouse where you can enjoy a wealth of wildlife all year round.'

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Paxton Pits Nature Reserve

www.ramblers.org.uk/cambridgeshire-peterborough

Overview

'The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough area committee is in the process of being reorganised and refreshed, and whilst this is happening Ramblers’ staff team are helping with the essential work of supporting groups.' (12 February 2016)

stumblers.stilton.org

Overview

'Informal walking group based in the village of Stilton, Cambridgeshire, UK. We meet for regular local walks every alternate Sunday, at 10.00 am at the village pump, and organise occasional expeditions to interesting places further afield. As you might have guessed, we don’t take ourselves too seriously – hence Stumblers, not Ramblers!'

www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/leisure/health-walks/

Overview

'The Huntingdonshire Health Walks scheme is provided free as part of the national Walking for Health initiative. The scheme runs a range of regular walks across the district. You can enjoy the walk at your own pace, but with the added benefit of being in the company of other walkers and trained walk leaders.'

cambswalks.blogspot.com

Distance (miles)8
Overview

'Although quite a long walk it doesn't seem so, a stop in Godmanchester for a snack or lunch turning the route into two walks each of 4 miles.'

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John McKinnie

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/houghton-mill/trails/huntingdon-and-godmanche...

Distance (miles)8
Overview

'Head off through a watery landscape in search of lost mills on this 8 mile walk through the delightful landscape of the Ouse valley. Starting at Houghton, the last working mill on the Great Ouse, discover the sites of many of the lost historic mills in this part of Huntingdonshire.'

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National Trust

www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/

Distance (miles)15
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'An easy walk beside the Great Ouse river to the attractive village of Houghton and its restored water mill, returning through water meadows and a nature reserve.'

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Saturday Walkers Club

www.visitcambridge.org/things-to-do/sport-and-leisure/walking

Distance (miles)2
Overview

'Due to its position on the Great North Road, Huntingdon developed into a major coaching centre in the 16th and 17th centuries. The opening of the Great Northern line in 1850 meant that rail travel superceded travel by road, and this, coupled with the agricultural depression, led to a period of decline ...'

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Visit Cambridge & Beyond

www.huntingdonfirst.co.uk/visit-huntingdon/discover-huntingdon/history...

Distance (miles)3
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'Huntingdon played a significant role in the First World War. Many troops were stationed in Huntingdon, wounded soldiers were treated here and the Portholme Aerodrome Company contributed to the development of aviation. This map shows locations that would have been of importance during the war and places of remembrance for those who made the ultimate sacrifice'

cambswalks.blogspot.com

Distance (miles)8
Overview

'Although a longer walk, with a snack or meal at Houghton Mill cafe it seems much shorter. In addition it's a very peaceful walk with great variety and a lovely village. One of my favourites.'

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John McKinnie

www.rockingham-forestwalkers.com/perm/kimbolton.pdf

Distance (miles)7
Overview

'A delightful walk starting from the quaint village of Kimbolton, best known for its castle which was the sad final home of King Henry VIII's first queen, Catherine of Aragon. This charming walk meanders across the exquisite Cambridgeshire countryside and passes through the castle parkland on the last leg.'

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Rockingham Forest Walkers

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