Type of Walk: Woodland Walks

https://www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/Woodland-Walks/

Category:Woodland Walks
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The Category Woodland Walks is a subset of Particular Types of Walks in the UK. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all of the Woodland Walks which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

 

In contrast, the Annexe for this Category lists Entities which do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

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https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/visiting-woods/things-to-do/walking/

Category:Across the UK
Overview

Many walks described within their woodlands. If you do not have a specific area in mind, perhaps best to 'Search the Woodland Trust' using keywords such as path, trail, walking, etc: 'All of our woods are free to visit'.

Walks described here by

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ancient_woods_in_England

Category:Woodland Walks
Overview

'This list of ancient woods in England contains areas of ancient woodland in England larger than ten hectares. The list is arranged alphabetically by ceremonial county.'

Walks described here by

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ashridge-estate

Category:Dacorum
Size (acreage)2000
Starting fromAshridge Estate
Overview

'With 2,000 acres of mature woodland to explore you can while away the hours amongst our magnificent beeches and mighty oaks.'

Walks described here by
See also

Ashridge Boundary Trail [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Nearby

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bedford_Purlieus_National_Nature_Reser...

Category:Peterborough
Size (acreage)520
Starting fromBedford Purlieus National Nature Reserve
Overview

'211 hectares (520 acres) of ancient woodland in Cambridgeshire, in the United Kingdom. It is a national nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest owned and managed by the Forestry Commission.'

Walks described here by
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https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/blairadam

Category:Fife
Starting fromKelty
Overview

'Three enticing trails wind through Blairadam Wood, an attractive mix of mighty spruces and colourful beech woodland. William Adam, the noted Scottish architect, built Blairadam House here in the 1730s and landscaped the surrounding estate. He also built pits to extract coal.'

Walks described here by
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Area

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cobham-wood-and-mausoleum

Category:Woodland Walks
Starting fromCobham Wood and Mausoleum
Overview

'The managed wood pasture at Cobham is historically significant as it is considered by many to be the closest type of landscape in lowland Britain to that which existed in prehistoric times. Set within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) the site is also classified as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to the rarity of the wood pasture habitat.'

Walks described here by
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Area

http://www.finlaystone.co.uk/woodlands/

Category:Renfrewshire
Size (acreage)140
Overview

'There are approximately 140 acres of woodlands at Finlaystone, including trees which are estimated to be well over 400 years old. The Estate has several trails of varying degrees of length and difficulty. Some are accessible with a pram or small children. All are designed to lead you through the varied environment and landscape in the Estate.'

Description from

Finlaystone Country Estate

http://www.forestofavon.org.uk/wro.html

Category:Bristol
Overview

'A magical mixture of green-spaces in and around Bristol - a green belt of ancient woodlands, new tree plantations, reclaimed teak garden furniture, walking routes, historical sites and places of outstanding natural beauty.'

Nearby
Area

https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/green-spaces/highgate-woo...

Category:Haringey
Size (acreage)70
Starting fromHighgate
Overview

'Highgate Wood is 28 hectares of ancient woodland. It is a haven for wildlife and provides numerous easily accessible and scenic woodland trails.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

https://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/openspace/nature-reserve

Category:London
Overview

'London may be a big city but there are plenty of green, open spaces where you can see an abundance of wildlife or enjoy a range of sporting activities ... Enjoy a day out in London's great outdoors at one of the beautiful nature reserves and woodlands.'

Description from

Visit London.com

https://www.chilternsaonb.org/uploads/files/Walks_and_Rides/Wendover_W...

Category:Woodland Walks
Size (acreage)800
Starting fromWendover Woods
Overview

'Open access woodland site managed by the Forestry Commission. It is situated on the edge of the Chilterns escarpment and is a great place to take the family, with lots of trails, a cafe, children's adventure playground, a fitness trail.'

Walks described here by

http://www.aislabiewalk.org.uk/

Category:Harrogate
Distance (miles)18
Starting fromStudley Royal Deer Park
Overview

'During the mid 18th century William Aislabie owned estates at Studley Royal, Laver Banks and Hackfall. He and other members of the Aislabie Family created a picturesque landscape to delight their guests and transported them by carriage and on horseback through this sublime countryside on byways and tracks ...'

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.newtonmore.com/things-to-do/immediate-vicinity/walking/the-...

Category:Inverness-shire
Distance (miles)11
Starting fromDalraddy, Kincraig
Overview

'From Dalraddy to Ruthven near Kingussie, the Badenoch Way winds through native woodland offering magnificent views of Highland glens, mountains, and rivers, with diverse wildlife abundant, including red squirrel, osprey, swans & deer.'

Area

https://forestryandland.gov.scot/visit/balkello-community-woodland

Category:City of Dundee
Starting fromBalkello Community Woodland
Overview

'Tranquil woodland with fresh air and sweeping views, just a couple of miles from Dundee.'

Walks described here by
Area

http://www.creetown-walks.co.uk/balloch-wood-paths.asp

Starting fromCreetown
Overview

'The woodland follows the course of the Balloch Burn from the hills west of Creetown to the Cree Estuary.  Linear in shape, and several kilometres long, it offers a range of walks through a richly varied woodland of Larch, Oak, Scots Pine, Beech, Italian Alder and other species.'

http://walkni.com/walks/oakfield-glen-and-bashfordsland-wood/

Category:Woodland Walks
Starting fromOakfield Drive
Overview

'Bashfordsland Wood attractions include an outdoor gym, orienteering course, sculptures trail, three wildlife ponds. When on the path network take a look at the native trees, wildflowers and wildlife such as bull finch, meadow pipits, sparrowhawks, and buzzards. Oakfield Glen can be accessed from Bashfordsland Wood.' Note that I have replaced the Link here as the original seems unavailable.

Description from

Carrickfergus Borough

Walks described here by

http://www.theblean.co.uk/visiting-the-blean/

Category:Canterbury
Navigate the Website>>> Walking
Distance (miles)25
Starting fromSelling Station
Overview

'Circular walk through one of the largest and most distinctive areas of ancient woodland in England. The Walk, combined with 18 new interpretive panels is part funded by Heritage Lottery and the Kent Wildlife Trust and has been developed by the Kentish Stour Countryside Partnership as a member of the Blean Initiative.

Description from

The Blean Initiative

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Area

https://stocksbridge-walkers.org.uk/medium-2/dragon-circular/

Category:Sheffield
Distance (miles)5
Starting fromStocksbridge
Overview

'This diverse landscape on the edge of the Peak District celebrates its natural, cultural and industrial heritage with grit and charm.' ALERT Unable to raise the Woodland Trust description of this Walk at Review. Linked instead to guide to similar Walk from Stocksbridge Walkers are Welcome.

Nearby

https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/broxbourne-circular/

Category:Broxbourne
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromBroxbourne Station
Overview

'A strenuous walk through the Spital Brook valley into Broxbourne Woods National Nature Reserve and an assortment of ancient and wild woods and diverse woodland setting.'

Walks described here by
See also

Broxbourne Woods North / South Walks (Nos 26 and 27) [Brookmans Park Newsletter]

Nearby

https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/out-and-about-in-norfolk/norfolk-trails/sho...

Category:Broadland
Starting fromAcle
Overview

'Developed since the 1990s on land owned by Norfolk County Council, the walks use Public Rights of Way and permissive paths. There are a variety of walks to suit all abilities, ranging from 1 mile to several miles, and this includes a number for wheelchair and mobility vehicles.'

Walks described here by
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Area

https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/green-spaces/burnham-beec...

Category:Woodland Walks
Starting fromBurnham Beeches
Overview

'There are three self-guided trails for visitors to explore in the Beeches: The Sensory Trail (1 mile); The Geology Trail (2 miles); The Historical Trail (5 miles).'

Walks described here by
Nearby

https://www.castlepoint.gov.uk/woodlands

Category:Woodland Walks
Overview

Daws Heath Woodland  Three ancient woods beside the A127

Thundersley Common One of the finest surviving heaths in Essex

Shipwright’s Wood Discover the beauty of this hidden wood.

Thundersley Glen  An open woodland once used for charcoal burning.

West Wood  Explore this ancient wood which once belonged to the Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Nearby
Area

https://www.forestryengland.uk/chopwell-wood

Category:Gateshead
Navigate the Website>>> Chopwell Walking Leaflet [PDF]
Size (acreage)890
Starting fromChopwell Wood
Overview

'Chopwell Wood really is a wood for everyone. This 360-hectare mixed woodland is a real gem, set right on the fringe of Gateshead. Miles of paths allow fantastic access, walking and cycling into the heart of this fascinating woodland.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.corstorphinehill.org.uk/self-guided-walks.html

Starting fromCorstorphine Hill
Overview

'The "woods" is the local name for the hill, the almost total tree-cover of its upper parts indicated by the darker green on the map. It is criss-crossed by numerous formal tracks and informal paths ... However there are as yet no signs or way-markings through the woods, so finding one's way is a case of map-reading or being on a guided tour.'

https://www.highland.gov.uk/downloads/file/1085/east_sutherland_s_top_...

Category:Sutherland
Navigate the Website>>> East Sutherland's Top Ten Woodland Walks [PDF]
Starting fromEast Sutherland
Overview

Leaflet prepared by Highland Birchwoods on behalf of East Sutherland Woodlands.

Description from

The Highland Council

Nearby

https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/content/dam/sheffield/docs/parks-sports-a...

Category:Sheffield
Starting fromJ C Graves Woodland Discovery Centre
Overview

'There are over 15 kilometres of paths and bridleways, which offer some wonderful walks. These include an "Easy Going" trail suitable for the less able bodied and wheelchairs.'

Description from

Sheffield City Council

Nearby

http://www.thefalkirkwheel.co.uk/activities/woodland-walks

Category:Falkirk
Starting fromFalkirk Wheel Visitor Centre
Overview

'If you fancy a gentle stroll in the woods The Falkirk Wheel has over 4 miles of woodland paths for you to enjoy. All walks start from the visitor centre and lead you up into the hills where you can discover The Antonine Wall World Heritage Site and Rough Castle Roman Fort.'

Description from

Scottish Canals

Nearby

https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/visiting-woods/woods/hainault-forest/

Category:Havering
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromCamelot Car Park, Lambourne End
Overview

'The woods in these country parks on the outskirts of London are all former hunting grounds providing venison for the kinsg's table. At Bedfords Park this is commemorated with a deer park holding a herd of red deer, managed by the London Borough of Havering, and in all the woods there are fallow and muntjac deer living wild.'

Walks described here by
See also

ALERT Website Link needed to be changed. See also: The best woodland walks in London.

Nearby

https://www.walkingclub.org.uk/walk/ham-street-to-appledore/

Category:Ashford
Starting fromHamstreet
Overview

'The village of Hamstreet is surrounded by public woodland including Hamstreet woods, an area of special scientific interest renowned for the presence of wild service trees and nightingales. The routes in this guide explore the contrasting elements of the local area, including Romney Marsh and the banks of the Royal Military Canal.' Unfortunately the original Website cited here seems to have become unavailable; so I have replaced the Link with one to a Walk from the Saturday Walkers' Club.

Walks described here by
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Area

https://www.chilternsaonb.org/ccbmaps/782/137/kidney-wood.html

Category:Luton
Distance (miles)1
Starting fromKidney Wood
Overview

'How many times have you driven past this woodland oasis? Perhaps you've rushed by on your way to the airport; or past on your way to Stockwood Park on the other side of the London Road.  Once part of a much larger area of woodland, Kidney Wood is a wonderful piece of woodland full of history ...'

How many times have you driven past this woodland oasis? Perhaps you've rushed by on your way to the airport; or past on your way to Stockwood Park on the other side of the London Road.

Once part of a much larger area of woodland, Kidney Wood is a wonderful piece of woodland full of history.

- See more at: http://www.chilternsaonb.org/ccbmaps/782/137/kidney-wood.html#sthash.CUm5OIVw.dpuf
Walks described here by
Nearby

http://theydon.org.uk/lhs/lhs%20pages/Walks.htm

Category:Epping Forest
Starting fromLoughton
Overview

'Short Epping Forest walks in and around Loughton from the book by Chris and Caroline Pond ... These are short walks, mostly of about an hour's duration, in that part of Epping Forest situated in the parish of Loughton. They are designed for non-specialist strollers rather than for purposeful and experienced ramblers, to whom we suspect they would seem rather short and tame.'

Area

https://www.merseyforest.org.uk/go-walking-in-merseyside/

Category:Cheshire
Overview

'The Mersey Forest is a growing network of woodlands and green spaces across Cheshire and Merseyside, which has been creating "woodlands on your doorstep" for 20 years.'

Description from

The Mersey Forest

Area

http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/

Category:Carlisle
Navigate the Website>>> Search the Woodland Trust 'Miltonrigg' >>> Miltonrigg Woods
Starting fromMiltonrigg Woods
Overview

'A network of paths lead you through this peaceful ancient woodland which is alive with birds. More than 200 species of flowering plant also grow here. You may spot the occasional roe deer. A pond provides a habitat for dragonflies, toads and newts.'

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.newforestexplorersguide.co.uk/walks/introduction.html

Category:Woodland Walks
Overview

'Walking in the New Forest offers freedom and wide open spaces, for within the New Forest National Park can be found an impressive 235 kilometres (146 miles) of public footpaths; 57 kilometres (35 miles) of public bridleways; and 26,600 hectares (266 square kilometres or 103 square miles) of Crown land with open public access.'

Description from

Andrew Walmsley

See also

New Forest Walks [New Forest Tourist]

Nearby
Area

https://www.norseywoodsociety.uk/wood

Category:Basildon
Starting fromNorsey Wood, Billericay
Overview

'There are two waymarked trails in the Wood: the Easy Access Trail and the Norsey Trail ... The Easy Access Trail has been specially designed for those who require, or prefer, a smoother surface and gentler slopes ... The Norsey Wood Trail is the new name for the former Nature and Historical Trails and follows the same route.'

Description from

Norsey Wood Society

Nearby
Area

http://www.penllergare.org/woodland-walks/

Category:Swansea
Starting fromPenllergaer
Overview

'On the northern fringe of Swansea, and within sight of the M4 motorway, lies Penllergare Valley Woods. It is a secret and magical place. A place where you can enjoy the sound of birds, delight in the profusion of wild flowers, discover evidence of exotic plantings and uncover for yourself the hidden features of a grand design ...'

Description from

Penllergare Trust

See also

Penllergare Valley Woods [City and County of Swansea]

Nearby
Area

https://buxtoncivicassociation.org.uk/woodlands/

Category:High Peak
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromBuxton
Overview

'Walk round Buxton passing through many of the woodlands which surround the town. This guide also describes links to the walk from the town centre and from Poole's Cavern Visitor Centre; using these links, the route can be completed as three shorter circular walks, each of about 3-4 miles/5-6km.'

Description from

John and Gil Boardman | Buxton Civic Association

Nearby

https://www.rochford.gov.uk/leisure-and-tourism/woodlands-parks-and-op...

Category:Rochford
Overview

'If you fancy a stroll through one of the many woodlands in the District, you can download these guides for information about each of the areas.' (Twelve PDF guides can be downloaded.)

Description from

Rochford District Council

Nearby
Area

http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/directory_record/2560/the_royal_hunte...

Category:Bromsgrove
Starting fromSanders Park
Overview

'Walking these routes is a great way to experience the area as our ancestors did. The great hunting forest of Feckenham covered 190 square miles of Oak forest. Although there are only patches of forest left here, you can explore the ancient woodlands, local legends, flower rich meadows and nature reserves, as you wander through the gentle rolling hills of North Worcestershire. There are three walks to choose from ...

Walks described here by
Nearby

http://www.ruislipwoodstrust.org.uk/walks.html

Category:Hillingdon
Starting fromRuislip Woods National Nature Reserve
Overview

'Ruislip Woods National Nature Reserve is the largest block of ancient, semi-natural woodland in Greater London and include one of the most extensive oak/hornbeam coppice woods in southeast England. The site also includes acid and neutral grassland, ponds, streams and marshland.'

Description from

Ruislip Woods Trust

See also

Ruislip Woods National Nature Reserve [London Borough of Hillingdon]

Nearby

http://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/visit/scolty

Category:Kincardineshire
Starting fromScolty Hill, Banchory
Overview

'Just five minutes from bustling Banchory lies Scolty Hill, flanked with quiet woodlands and topped by the iconic Scolty Tower ...'

Walks described here by

https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/stormont-estate

Category:Woodland Walks
Starting fromStormont Estate
Overview

'From the majestic lawns and flowerbeds that envelope the main avenues to the winding forest paths mapped out for walkers and joggers there is an atmosphere of tranquillity and a freshness in the air. Families come with children to picnic at the play park and others avail of the nearby restaurant for a spot of lunch after a long walk.'

Walks described here by

http://my.viewranger.com/route/details/MTA3NDUy

Distance (miles)7
Starting fromShropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms
Overview

'Within 5 minutes walk from the Secret Hills Centre you will find yourself in the heart of the countryside. Explore the woods and fields and discover a Civil War battlefield, a hidden fortress, a deer park and a Roman road!' Note that the outline description has become theThree Trees Walk though the PDF is still the Three Woods Walk. ALERT Details of this Walk no longer seems directly accessible from the Shropshire' Great Outdoors Website; so I have changed the Link.

Walks described here by

https://www.forestryengland.uk/fineshade-wood

Size (acreage)775
Starting fromKing's Cliffe
Overview

'Whether you're looking for an easy-going trail for all abilities, to explore the local history, or for a bit of peace and quiet to observe the wildlife, we've got a trail for you.'

Walks described here by

http://www.heartofenglandforest.com/visit/

Category:Woodland Walks
Overview

'It’s a simple vision: to plant, protect and preserve a huge broadleaf forest – a place of tranquility and natural beauty that’s open to anyone and planted with the help and support of everyone ... The Forest stretches across the heart of England – from the ancient Forest of Arden, south to the edge of the Vale of Evesham. It’s an area dense in cities, towns and industry. Which is why we’re creating a place to walk under shady canopies and through airy glades, away from the bustle of city life.'

Description from

The Heart of England Forest

http://www.walk4life.info/walk/whippendell-walk-1-whippendell-woods

Category:Three Rivers
Starting fromWhippendale Wood
Overview

'Whippendell Wood is situated on the outskirts of Watford, and, although owned and managed by Watford Borough Council, it is geographically in the local authority of Three Rivers.' This Site is now fee-based.

Description from

walk4life

Nearby

https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/visiting-woods/woods/windmill-hill/

Category:Woodland Walks
Navigate the Website>>> Runcorn Walks - Windmill Hill [PDF]
Starting fromWindmill Hill
Overview

'The woods around Windmill Hill have something to offer everyone - whether it's a relaxing woodland stroll with friends, family outings, walking the dog or just enjoying the scenery ...'

Walks described here by
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Area

https://www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/Woodland-Walks/

Category:Woodland Walks
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The following Woodland Walks Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Brynna Woods and Llanharan Marsh

 

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

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