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Starting fromAround and About

'The Access to Nature Cornwall Project is in essence about inspiring local people of all ages to learn more about and enjoy the natural spaces around them ... This website is a legacy for the project, creating a space in which users can continue to learn and interact with their local environment, and a place to keep you inspired in the future. The website has nature trail maps and activity packs for each town; bringing alive the nature and green spaces in and around the town you live in ...'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record710

Visits to the Website250
Starting fromAround and About

'The Arun and Rother Connections (ARC) Project  'is a landscape-scale project being delivered by a partnership made up of seven organisations. The main aim of the project is to promote a rich and thriving river system where wildlife flourishes and where people value and enjoy the landscape and natural and cultural heritage of the Arun and Rother rivers and their surrounding environment in West Sussex'.

'The River Rother flows from Empshott in Hampshire, England, to Stopham in West Sussex, where it joins the River Arun.'

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ARC Explorer

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record618

Visits to the Website241
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromAyr Railway Station

'This walk takes about half an hour (a little longer if you take the suggested detour). It has been chosen as it passes through built up areas and a long section beside the River Ayr. Wild plants colonise any suitable place offered to them including walls, waste ground and river banks ... '

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South Ayrshire Council

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record675

Visits to the Website257
Starting fromAyres Visitor Centre

'An important stretch of low-lying sand dune coastline, great for walking and bird watching.'

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Manx Wildlife Trust

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record575

Navigate the Website>>> Explore the Beck Corridor [PDFs]
Visits to the Website302
Distance (miles)4
Starting fromBeckenham Place Park

A "green corridor", nicknamed "The Beck Corridor", was chosen as part of the SUN Project to encourage thought about the value of the area for biodiversity as well as involve local people in doing their bit for wildlife or in enjoying the area. The "corridor" runs from Beckenham Place Park to Spring Park and includes green spaces such as Kelsey Park, Cator Park, Harvington Estate and High Broom Wood, all falling within a stone's throw of "The Beck" river.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record747

Visits to the Website300
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromBen Mor Coigach, near Ullapool

'Ben Mor Coigach is the Scottish Wildlife Trust's largest reserve and is a magical mixture of high peaks and coastline; crofted land and wild land; of people and of nature in the raw ...'

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Scottish Wildlife Trust

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record547

Visits to the Website276
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromTam O'Shanter Cottage

'The Heritage Trail has been put together to allow people to explore Bidston Hill and its heritage for themselves. Follow the trail using the map and the numbered marker posts. Look out for the blue Heritage Trail markers, and the black and white QR code plaques. If you have a smartphone, you can use a QR reader app to bring up the matching Heritage Trail web page in your browser.'

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Friends of Bidston Hill

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record644

Navigate the Website>>> Tree Trail [PDF]
Visits to the Website334
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromThe Band Stand, Lower Gardens

'Learn how to recognise your trees with the Bournemouth Garden Tree Trail ... '

Description from

Bournemouth Tourism

See also

Stream, Heath and Woodland Walk [Bournemouth Tourism] (PDF) | Tree Trail [Friends of Boscombe Chine Gardens]

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record803

Navigate the Website>>> Tree Walks
Visits to the Website321
Starting fromAround and About

'Camden would be a far less pleasant place to live without the presence of all of the trees in the streets, on the housing estates and in the parks.  Many of these are spectacular sights to see, shrouding eyesores, reducing air and water pollution, and contributing to the atmosphere and tranquillity of the valuable green spaces which give balance to the hustle and bustle of the Capital. These self-guided tree walks have been created by Camden’s tree section to allow you to explore this exciting part of Camden in pursuit of trees.'

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Camden Council

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record734

Visits to the Website301
Starting fromCawdor Castle

'Within the woods surrounding Cawdor Castle are five nature trails that vary in length from 0.75 miles to 5 miles. Four of the five trails start from the Flower Garden, the exception being the violet trail which starts from the Blue Bridge. The layout of the trails gives you the choice to continue on a longer trail if you wish.'

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Cawdor Castle

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record889

Visits to the Website262
Starting fromAround and About

'Tours covering different areas of Pittville Park and Montpellier Gardens which point out many fine trees and give information about the species.'

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Cheltenham Borough Council

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record738

Navigate the Website>>> Botanic Garden Chemistry Audio Trail
Visits to the Website290
Starting fromUniversity of Oxford Botanic Garden

'An audio trail told by Oxford chemists ... The tour features recordings of students and lecturers at Oxford University's Department of Chemistry talking about what fascinates them about plants. As they walk around the Botanic Garden visitors can trigger recordings relevant to the plants around them ... '

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record766

Visits to the Website315
Starting fromChew Valley Lake

'Chew Valley Lake was built to provide water for Bristol. Water is pumped to our Barrow treatment works on the outskirts of Bristol and from here we supply much of the southern part of the city. The lake also supplies water to areas like Shepton Mallet, via the nearby Stowey treatment works. '

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Bristol Water

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record576

Visits to the Website330
Starting fromChineham

Two self-guided walks around Chineham.

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Chineham Parish Council

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1137

Navigate the Website>>> Tree Trail
Visits to the Website422
Distance (miles)3
Starting fromSt Paul's Cathedral

'This tree trail has been created in partnership between Trees for Cities & the [former] City of London Festival.  It aims to provide a fascinating and fun guide to some of the most interesting trees and heritage sites the City has to offer, accessible to all visitors, workers and residents – young and old.'

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County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1402

Visits to the Website255
Starting fromDuke's Wood, Eakring

'Dukes Wood is a marvellous example of cooperation between the Oil industry and the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. It combines an area of ancient and secondary woodland with what was the site of the UK's first oilfield ...'

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Dukes Wood Oil Museum

See also

Duke's Wood [Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust] | Dukes Wood Oil Museum [Experience Nottinghamshire]

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record703

Visits to the Website328

'Dumfries and Galloway in southern Scotland has a wealth of wildlife and history waiting to be discovered. From the shores of the Solway Firth, through farmland and woodland before on to the high tops of the Galloway Hills. This web site should give you an introduction as to what you might find on your travels in this area, the best locations and the best time of year to make the most of your visit.' Unfortunately, the Website originally referenced here could not be located at the time of Review. So I have replaced the Link with another - albeit with significantly less detail than the original.

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The Ellangowan Hotel

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record637

Visits to the Website386

'Dumfries & Galloway is the perfect place to see amazing wildlife in unspolied, natural habitats and whatever time of year you choose to visit there is always something new and exciting to witness. The glorious unspoilt coastline, varied terrain and numerous tranquil lochs provide backdrops for some captivating wildlife walks ...'

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Scottish Natural Heritage

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record627

Visits to the Website161

'Ecotrails seek to promote a knowledge and understanding of, and responsibility to, the local natural and built environment by using the "outdoor classroom" of the countryside.'

Walks described here by
Views of 'Full' Record455

Visits to the Website404
Distance (miles)24

'An exciting nature watching opportunity to view spectacular red kites in lovely scenery is now attracting the attention of walkers, cyclists, wildlife lovers and birdwatchers in Dumfries and Galloway and from much further afield.'

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County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record744

Navigate the Website>>> Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park Ice Age tree trail [PDF]
Visits to the Website255
Starting fromGeraldine Mary Harmsworth Park

'The Ice Age tree trail is a guided walk around Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park, taking in 34 species of tree ...'

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Southwark Council

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record740

Visits to the Website379
Starting fromAround and About

'Gift to Nature is the flagship conservation project of the Island 2000 Trust. Gift to Nature is passionate about the Isle of Wight’s wildlife, from our famous Red Squirrels to obscure tiny rare bees. Since 2002 we have created and cared for a variety of conservation sites across the Island. Join us, we want to share our lovely sites and all of the Island’s beautiful countryside so we have produced trail maps and lead guided walks to encourage everyone to get out and explore our fantastic Island.'

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Island 2000 Trust

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record758

Visits to the Website156
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromWynford Vaughan-Thomas Memorial

'An entertaining and informative tour of an outstanding landscape in the north Cambrians, taking in the superb viewpoint of Foel Fadian and the two very different lakes of Glaslyn and Bugeilyn.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record462

Visits to the Website211
Size (acreage)240
Starting fromGnoll Estate Country Park

'Provides a haven for wildlife within a stone's throw of the centre of Neath. Why not enjoy one or all three  of the Gnoll Wildlife Walks that help you explore the Park and discover its wildlife.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record491

Visits to the Website340
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromPortsea Island

'Hilsea Lines is a popular attraction for both residents and visitors - a green corridor separating Portsea Island from the mainland. Eight interpretation boards across Hilsea Lines illustrate self-guided walks which help visitors appreciate the significance of the military and natural history that can be seen along the way. You can download ... two self-guided walks leaflets - one about the military history of the area and the other focusing on the wildlife.'

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Portsmouth City Council

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1348

Visits to the Website231
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromHorsey Windpump

'Experience the Broadland landscape and wealth of wildlife of the Horsey Estate, with its Mere, reedbeds, marshes and drainage mills ... Set within the Broads National Park, the Horsey estate is an internationally important site for wildlife and offers a great spot for birdwatching and wintering wildfowl.'

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County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record733

Navigate the Website>>> Hunstanton Horticultural Trail [PDF]
Visits to the Website48
Distance (miles)2
Starting fromRotary Garden, Greevegate, Hunstanton

'Within the town itself there is a wealth of parks, gardens and flower beds rich in colour, scents and culture, which are the culmination of many years of hard work by the Hunstanton in Bloom committee as they strive to create open spaces that complement the natural assets of the seaside town. So whether you are a first time visitor to Hunstanton or a lifelong resident, why not follow our picturesque tour acround the town to discover some of the many hidden treasurers that contribute to Hunstanton’s award-winning success?'

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Visit West Norfolk

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record291

Visits to the Website529
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromIngleton Waterfall

'The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail boasts some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the North of England. With its fascinating history, breathtaking views and a rich variety of plants and wildlife, a visit to Ingleton Falls is a great family day out or education field trip ...'

See also

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail [Photographers Resource]

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record902

Visits to the Website315

'We aim to bring together in one place, the information about Lancashire wildlife published on blogs and websites. To help people discover, enjoy and protect our local natural history.'

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Lancashire Wildlife

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record685

Visits to the Website335
Distance (miles)4
Starting fromBEECHE, near Farnborough

'Discover the former Lubbock Estate and understand how they shaped it over time.'

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London Borough of Bromley

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record994

Visits to the Website336
Starting fromMiddleton Lakes

'Nestled in the beautiful Tame valley, just south of Tamworth on the Staffordshire/Warwickshire border, Middleton Lakes is our latest nature reserve to open to the public ... '

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County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record755

Visits to the Website157
Starting fromEdale

'The MoorLIFE Project produced a series of downloadable audio guides for use as self-guided walking tours across some of the stunning areas which have benefited from conservation works under the project. Each trail consists of a series of MP3 tracks, a route map showing the stopping points for each trail. Photos accompany each trail, and the tracks can be played on a pc or laptop, offering a virtual tour to these moorlands, their history and the work we have carried out under the MoorLIFE project.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record483

Visits to the Website245

'Norfolk has a fantastic array of habitats to explore and wildlife to see!'

Description from

Norfolk Wildlife Trust

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record535

Visits to the Website145

PDFs of 14 Leaflets available for download; also links to details of some two dozen other locations good for birdwatching walks.

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North Pennines AONB

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record459

Visits to the Website108
Size (acreage)800
Starting fromComberbach

'Northwich Woodlands is a rich and green environment to the north of Northwich town centre. It is made up of nine areas, each with a different character and history. The Weaver Navigation and the Trent and Mersey canal flow through the heart of the Northwich Woodlands adding further variety to the landscape.'

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County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record553

Navigate the Website>>> Walking | Nature & Countryside
Visits to the Website546
Starting fromAround and About

'Cardiff's parks and green spaces make this one of the greenest cities in the UK ... With the Taff Trail passing through a number of parks and green spaces, it provides opportunities for circular walks. These include Bute Park, Hamadryad Park, Cardiff Bay Wetland Reserve, Hailey Park, and Forest Farm Country Park ... '

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Cardiff Council

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1269

Visits to the Website282
Starting fromTees Barrage

'Uses several of the key sites along the banks of the River Tees, where nature is reclaiming land previously used by heavy industry. Passing through Portrack Marsh Nature Reserve, along historic footpaths, using the river crossing of the Tees Barrage and Newport Bridge, and with good links to other sites in the area, there is something for everyone along the route.'

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Tees Valley Wildlife Trust

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1027

Navigate the Website>>> Search by Walk name 'Priory'
Visits to the Website176
Size (acreage)360
Starting fromPriory Country Park

'Explore Bedford's Priory Country Park with these three wildlife trails: [1] Riverside Wildlife Trail (4 miles) - - - : [2] Lakeside Wildlife Trail (2 miles) - - - : [3] Finger Lakes Wildlife Trail (1 mile).'

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County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record366

Navigate the Website>>> Red Kite Trail
Visits to the Website485
Distance (miles)11
Starting fromDerwenthaugh Park car park, Winlaton Mill

'Circular walking route through the beautiful countryside of the lower Derwent Valley in Gateshead and County Durham, where there are many opportunities to see magnificent red kites and a variety of other wildlife.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record976

Visits to the Website154
Distance (miles)1
Starting fromRisley Moss Nature Reserve

'If you live within the mass conurbations of Liverpool, Warrington and Manchester and want somewhere idyllic to escape too then Risley Moss is ideal, especially on a quiet weekday. The Visitor Centre, Facilities, Woodland Hides and Picnic Areas are all disable friendly. It is also really easy to find just off the M62.'

Description from

Trekking Britain

See also

Risley Moss Nature Reserve [Warrington Borough Council] | Risley Moss Action Group

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record585

Navigate the Website>>> Download Leaflet [PDF]
Visits to the Website226
Distance (miles)1
Starting fromSelly Oak Park

'This nature, art and history trail was developed by Birmingham City Council and the Friends of Selly Oak Park in partnership with children from St Mary's School, and the Lapal Canal Trust who also made a donation.'

Description from

Friends of Selly Oak Park

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record653

Visits to the Website276
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromWest Lynn Ferry, King's Lynn

Wimps Guide to the Sir Peter Scott Walk '... Protests that I was nearly sixty and hadn't walked more than four miles anytime over the last thirty of those, merely brought self satisfied nods and general agreement. This was exactly the non walking type of person we were looking for to test and describe the walk for ordinary mortals ...'

Description from

Snowgoose Wildlife Trust

See also

Sir Peter Scott Walk [Visit West Norfolk]

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1516

Navigate the Website>>> The Southern Washlands Nature Corridor - four walks
Visits to the Website338
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromStanley Ferry

'Comprises a series of countryside sites less than a mile from Wakefield City Centre. The individual areas stretch from Stanley Ferry Flash in the north, through Parkhill and the Southern Washlands Nature Reserve, to Half Moon and the Ashfields in the south.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1947

Visits to the Website238
Starting fromAround and About

'Walks within reach of St Albans with photos that show you exactly which way to go.' Based on the book The Remarkable Trees of St Albans (Kate Bretherton, 2010): 'This publication tells the fascinating stories behind the wonderful trees of St Albans: how they came to be there, which are our favourites, and what we can do to ensure that future generations have trees as remarkable as the ones we inherited.'

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County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record997

Visits to the Website416
Starting fromAround and About

'We want this leaflet to encourage people to look at, enjoy and appreciate our biodiversity. By doing this we hope you will value our biodiversity more ...'

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Stirling Council

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record587

Visits to the Website283

'The RSPB has produced a new publication, Trails in Wales, containing evocative and stimulating walks through some of the most breathtaking scenery in Wales. Each walk has been specially selected for its abundance of birdlife, ranging from red kites and choughs to dippers and Cetti's warblers - and there is plenty of other wildlife to look out for too ... The entire booklet can be downloaded.'

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Views of 'Full' Record697

Visits to the Website150
Starting fromTroopers Hill

'There are various trails that you can explore on Troopers Hill. The trails are designed to be fun ways of exploring the Hill while learning more about its wildlife and history ... There is free unrestricted access to Troopers Hill, all day everyday and by crossing Troopers Hill Field you can get the top of the hill without any steps or steep slopes.'

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Friends of Troopers Hill

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record462

Navigate the Website>>> Winterbourne Walks Leaflet [PDF]
Visits to the Website262
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromWinterbourne Strickland Post Office

'Four self guided, circular walking routes along the River Winterborne with links into medium and long distance routes.'

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Dorset AONB

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record778

Visits to the Website292
Starting fromAround and About

'The West Weald Landscape Project works to conserve and enhance the special natural environment of an extensive area through a co-ordinated approach to management for wildlife, quality of the environment and use and appreciation by people ... We encourage you to explore this beautiful natural area by enjoying "wild walks" around the nature "hotspots" of this internationally important environment.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record1131

Visits to the Website508
Starting fromWigan Flashes

'Wigan Flashes is a highlight in a visit to Greenheart. The area is truly countryside on the doorstep for the surrounding communities and visitors to Wigan and offers a chance to enjoy the wildlife within easy reach of Wigan’s town centre. There are eight shallow wetlands or "Flashes" in the area which were formed as a result of mining subsidence. Over the years and with careful maintenance  the industrial landscape has developed in to a mixture of beautiful habitats including open water, reedbeds and mossland ...'

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Greenheart Regional Park

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record3773

Navigate the Website>>> Download the Wilderness Trail leaflet [PDF]
Visits to the Website311
Distance (miles)8
Starting fromHelman Tor

'Circuit around the heart of Helman Tor Nature Reserve. The route takes you through eerie willow woodlands, over ancient landscapes and wildlife-rich heathland, past ponds buzzing with nature and into the footsteps of Cornwall's mining pioneers.' Unfortunately the PDF seems no longer to be downloadable, so I have replaced the Link with a more generic one from Visit Cornwall.

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Cornwall Wildlife Trust

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record945

Visits to the Website160

'Each year members of the Worcestershire Bat Group host a number of public bat walks, but just what is a bat walk, and what can you expect if you come along to one, and what should you bring to help you enjoy the evening? ...'

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Worcestershire Bat Group

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record818

Navigate the Website>>> Downloads >>> 3 Reserves Circular Walk [PDF]
Visits to the Website359
Distance (miles)8
Starting fromThe Knapp and Papermill Nature Reserve, Alfrick

'A circular walking route including three of Worcestershire WildlifeTrust Nature Reserves.'

County (Historic)
Views of 'Full' Record619

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  264. North Shropshire
  265. North Somerset
  266. North Tyneside
  267. North Warwickshire
  268. North West Leicestershire
  269. North Wiltshire
  270. Northampton (Borough)
  271. Norwich
  272. Nottingham
  273. Nuneaton & Bedworth
  274. Oadby & Wigston
  275. Oldham
  276. Omagh
  277. Orkney Islands
  278. Oxford (City)
  279. Peeblesshire
  280. Pembrokeshire
  281. Pendle
  282. Perthshire
  283. Peterborough
  284. Plymouth
  285. Poole
  286. Portsmouth
  287. Preston
  288. Purbeck
  289. Radnorshire
  290. Reading
  291. Redbridge
  292. Redcar & Cleveland
  293. Redditch
  294. Reigate & Banstead
  295. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  296. Ribble Valley
  297. Richmond upon Thames
  298. Richmondshire
  299. Rochdale
  300. Rochford
  301. Ross-shire & Cromarty
  302. Rossendale
  303. Rother (Sussex)
  304. Rotherham
  305. Roxburghshire
  306. Rugby
  307. Runnymede
  308. Rushcliffe
  309. Rushmoor
  310. Rutland
  311. Ryedale
  312. Salford
  313. Salisbury
  314. Sandwell
  315. Scarborough
  316. Sedgemoor
  317. Sefton
  318. Selby
  319. Selkirkshire
  320. Sevenoaks
  321. Sheffield
  322. Shepway
  323. Shetland Islands
  324. Shrewsbury
  325. Slough
  326. Solihull
  327. South Ayrshire
  328. South Bucks
  329. South Cambridgeshire
  330. South Derbyshire
  331. South Gloucestershire
  332. South Hams
  333. South Herefordshire
  334. South Holland
  335. South Kesteven
  336. South Lakeland
  337. South Lanarkshire
  338. South Norfolk
  339. South Northamptonshire
  340. South Oxfordshire
  341. South Ribble
  342. South Shropshire
  343. South Somerset
  344. South Staffordshire
  345. South Tyneside
  346. Southampton
  347. Southend-on-Sea
  348. Southwark
  349. Spelthorne
  350. St Albans
  351. St Edmundsbury
  352. St Helens
  353. Stafford (Borough)
  354. Staffordshire Moorlands
  355. Stevenage
  356. Stirling
  357. Stockport
  358. Stockton-on-Tees
  359. Stoke-on-Trent
  360. Strabane
  361. Stratford-on-Avon
  362. Stroud
  363. Suffolk Coastal
  364. Sunderland
  365. Surrey Heath
  366. Sutherland
  367. Sutton
  368. Swale
  369. Swansea
  370. Swindon
  371. Tameside
  372. Tamworth
  373. Tandridge
  374. Taunton Deane
  375. Teignbridge
  376. Telford & Wrekin
  377. Tendring
  378. Test Valley
  379. Tewkesbury
  380. Thanet
  381. The Scottish Borders
  382. The Vale of Glamorgan
  383. Three Rivers
  384. Thurrock
  385. Tonbridge & Malling
  386. Torbay
  387. Torfaen
  388. Torridge
  389. Tower Hamlets
  390. Trafford
  391. Tunbridge Wells
  392. Tynedale
  393. Uttlesford
  394. Vale of White Horse
  395. Wakefield
  396. Walsall
  397. Waltham Forest
  398. Wandsworth
  399. Warrington
  400. Warwick (District)
  401. Watford
  402. Waveney
  403. Waverley
  404. Wealden
  405. Wellingborough
  406. Welwyn Hatfield
  407. West Berkshire
  408. West Cornwall
  409. West Devon
  410. West Dorset
  411. West Dunbartonshire
  412. West Lancashire
  413. West Lindsey
  414. West Lothian
  415. West Oxfordshire
  416. West Somerset
  417. West Wiltshire
  418. Westminster
  419. Weymouth & Portland
  420. Wigan
  421. Wigtownshire
  422. Winchester
  423. Windsor & Maidenhead
  424. Wirral
  425. Woking (Surrey)
  426. Wokingham
  427. Wolverhampton
  428. Worcester
  429. Wrexham
  430. Wychavon
  431. Wycombe
  432. Wyre (Lancashire)
  433. Wyre Forest
  434. York (City)

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