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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Cambridgeshire

Village Walk Descriptions: [1] Heath, Hills and Holes (4 miles) - - - : [2] Three Villages (4.75 miles) - - - : [3]  Torpel Manor Walk (4.75 miles) - - - : [4] Wothorpe (5.5 miles) - - - : [5] Burg ...
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Category Peterborough

'The Forestry Commission have embraced the desire for public access. The emphasis at Bedford Purlieus is on "quiet recreation" to minimise the impact on the woodland flora and fauna. A car ...
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Category Peterborough

'The original Botanic Garden of Cambridge University was founded in 1762 in the centre of the City, now known as the New Museums Site ... We owe the existence of today's much larger Botanic Garden, ...
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Category Cambridge

'Mostly we walk in Cambridgeshire, but occasionally stray into neighbouring counties. We usually meet at 11.00 and walks are an average 7-8 miles. We enjoy a picnic and "comfort" stops along the wa ...
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Category Cambridge

'Comberton Ramblers was founded in 1974 by a group of local families that wanted to ensure that footpaths were preserved as useable, while gaining the pleasure of walking in the countrysid ...
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'The Friends Group aims to help the rangers in their work of maintaining and improving the park. We aim to promote the use and enjoyment of Hinchingbrooke Country Park and organise fund ra ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

'The park is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day ... The Trust works closely with community, business, schools and charity groups to create inclusive access to outdoor sport, leisure and education ...
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'Before reaching Ferry Meadows Country Park, the River Nene passes through the Trust's agricultural estate which lies between the River and the villages of Ailsworth, Castor and Sutton. Th ...
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Category Peterborough

'Paxton Pits Nature Reserve is open to the public all day, every day. A detailed map in the car park shows the trails and public footpaths around the reserve. Leaflets and maps are availab ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

'The village gave its name to Stilton cheese. Previously the most widely accepted explanation was that the cheese came down to be sold at the coaching inns in Stilton. Dan ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

'The Country Park is managed by the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire ... The Trust hopes that Trumpington Meadows becomes a popular place for l ...
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Category Cambridge

'Here you can find information about leisure activities in the Cambridgeshire Fens including Boating, Waterways, Nature Reserves, Horse Riding and much more ...'


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Category Fenland

'The Witchford Village Society Open Spaces Group (OSG) consists of volunteers from Witchford working for conservation and enhancing access to the countryside. The members meet every two mo ...
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'Hundreds of years ago, before the fens were drained, Downham-in-the-Isle was a real island among flat and boggy reed fen. It was here that Aethelwold, Bishop of Winchester, set up his monastic set ...
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'This book is intended as a gazetteer of new or substantially altered buildings constructed since 1945. It covers a wide range of building types and styles from each decade. Almost all the properti ...
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Category Cambridge

'Cambridge has within easy reach of the city centre over sixty works of 20th and 21st century sculpture in sites accessible to the public. Not only are there some outstanding pieces by major intern ...
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Category Cambridge

'The CLAF meets 4 times a year and meetings are open to members of the public who are welcome to attend and contribute to discussions on the agenda items at the discretion of the Chair. If you wish ...
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Category Cambridgeshire

'All of the footpaths from St Ives, and most around it, are over 1,000 years old. They link villages, and many of these have their origins at least as far back as Anglo Saxon times, from about the ...
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Category Cambridgeshire

'This ancient and once powerful river now idles through open fenland, passing by an area known as Cawdle Fen. Cawdle means cold-spring and this spring once supported a thriving monastic co ...
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'Following public byways, bridleways and country roads, the Chatteris Circular Walk takes you through the attractive market town of Chatteris and out into the surrounding Fenland countrysi ...
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Category Fenland

'Offers commanding views over much of South West Cambridgeshire, as it follows the top of an escarpment. The walk passes through the deserted medieval village of Clopton, from which it takes its na ...
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'As you walk around the trail to admire these wonderful pieces that link the heritage of Ely so well you need not fear that you will lose your way. The trail is marked by 70 way markers set in the ...
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'It is best to walk the trail from south to north, mainly because for the last 5 miles into Ely you get to see Ely cathedral rising above the Fens like a ship ahead of you, the towers seeming like ...
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Category Cambridge

'The walk passes through gently undulating countryside comprising chalk grassland, woodland, farmland and it skirts a number of attractive villages, a country park and a nature reserve. There are e ...
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Reproduction of the 'map and index from the Millennium Committee’s “Memento”. Sponsored by the two Parish Councils a copy of the Memento was presented to every young person in the villages under th ...
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'Great variety in this walk, with lovely old houses at Houghton and Godmanchester, lots of river and lakeside walking with plenty of wildlife, and if it's a nice warm day great value at Bellman's B ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

'Follow this amazing survival story of a mill that was almost demolished, then saved by the local villagers and restored to working order to carry on the tradition of milling on this site for over ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

'In recent times, rapid growth had again taken place, but the centre of Huntingdon retains its character as a county market town, and has 150 properties listed as being of Special Architectural or ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

'The Great War - Between the Lines project is a co-operation between 16 partners in the UK, Northern France and Belgium. The project aims to facilitate cross-border activities which will e ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

'During its long history stretching back 2000 years, March has served many roles: refuge of saints; monastic estate and place of pilgrimage; stronghold of the Fen Tigers; and in more recent years a ...
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Category Fenland

'Meldreth sits in a historically rich landscape and there have been many chance finds and archaeological excavations which shed light on its history. Perhaps the most exciting was the disc ...
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'... As well as giving a little insight into the history of places of interest along each route and explaining what you might see, this guide also indicates the approximate distance, number of step ...
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Category Peterborough

'The new footpath will link the two National Nature Reserves of Wicken Fen and Woodwalton Fen, a distance of some 36 miles. The historic link between these two reserves is that Charles Rothschild b ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

'The walk was devised in 2002 by Janet and Roger Moreton of the Ramblers Cambridge Group and Mark Westley of the East Hertfordshire Group.' There are Links to Reports of the inaugural walks in 2002 ...
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Category Cambridge

'This walk is brought to you by the Wisbech Area Regeneration and Development Trust (WisARD) and was funded by the East of England Development Agency (EEDA), Action for Market Towns, Fenla ...
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Category Fenland

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