Tendring

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The Category Tendring is a subset of Essex. 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 Tendring which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

www.tendringdc.gov.uk/leisure/sport-recreation/walks-tendring

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'Tendring has beautiful countryside, rural areas and villages to explore.'

www.tendringramblers.co.uk

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'The Tendring Group was formed in 1991 when it was decided to split the Colchester group. Tendring is in North East Essex ...'

www.manningtree-museum.org.uk

Distance (miles)2
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Seventeen locations in Manningtree Town Centre, each illustrated with a current or historic photograph.

www.discoveringbritain.org/activities/east-of-england/walks/harwich.ht...

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'This page is designed to give you a taste of old Harwich by showing you a few of its old buildings in a route that should take you about 30 minutes on foot. ' ALERT The description originally used here seems to have disappeared from its Website, so I have replaced the Link.

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Discovering Britain

out-of-the-loop.com/walks-by-county/essex/stour-estuary-constable-coun...

Distance (miles)14
Overview

'This is a walk of two halves, taking in very different faces of the River Stour, on the Essex/Suffolk border. In the east, the broad, reed and beach-lined estuary, teeming with bird life. To the west, the stunning lowland river valley of Dedham Vale, at the heart of "Constable Country". The walk can easily be shortened to take in just one of these halves ...'

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www.walton-on-the-naze.com/portfolio/walton-trails/

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'Set of four walking trails in and around Walton-on-the-Naze in Essex ... Walton is a traditional seaside town on the east coast, unique in that it is surrounded on three sides by the sea. Its three miles of gently shelving sandy beaches facing south-east stretch from Frinton to the Naze. To the north, the sea sweeps round the Naze into the backwaters, known as Hamford Water, and the Walton Channel stretches right down to Walton Mere, only 300 yards from the main beach. The Naze, as well as being a natural open space, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) famed for its fossils found in the Red Crag cliffs.'

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