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'1. Clapton Common and its environs ... 2. From Clapton Pond to Clapton Square - and back ... 3. Highlights of Haggerston'


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Category Hackney

'Hadrian's Wall ... ran south along the Cumbrian coast from Bowness on Solway - the terminus of Hadrian’s Wall - to Maryport, a formal system of watchtowers, forts and ditches topped with ...
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Category Copeland

'Takes walkers along the riverside route in Tyneside, through farmland in Tynedale and the grazing upland section dominated by the Whin Sill enscarpment. It then gradually descends to the rich past ...
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Category North Tyneside

'Lady’s Walk (Moderate; 3.6 km) ... Ystwyth Gorge Walk (Moderate; 1.5 km loop) ... Gentleman’s Walk (Strenuous; 6km) ... Coed Hafod Walk (Moderate; 1.2 km one way) ... Bedford Monument Walk (Modera ...
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Category Ceredigion

Walks of 2½, 6 or 10 miles.


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Category Havering

'These four sculptures form a delightful walking tour, taking in the sights of London alongside other public sculptures placed by Halcyon Gallery, including the Jelly Baby Family by Mauro ...
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Category Westminster

'Around the town circular signs, featuring a duck, are sunk into the ground. These are waymarks for the route of the Town Trail, which, together with the information boards along the way, ...
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Category East Suffolk

'Explore some of the early routes and history of Halliwell, climb the hillside to marvel at the view from Scout Road, before returning past more milestones and an ancient cross. Pause at Smithi ...
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Category Bolton

[1] Many of the routes are permissioned by landowners - enjoy the countryside and respect the livestock and the land - - - : [2] Always follow the signed paths - - - : [3] Guard against risk of Fir ...
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Category Tynedale

'Varied walk on gravel paths, up a steep hill, through muddy tracks and along quiet suburban roads.'


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'Passes through open parkland and countryside, woodland, coastal heath and alongside pebble beach.'


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Category Eastleigh

'The River Hamble is a major centre for all types of recreational boating, home to thousands of sailing yachts and motorboats.'


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Category Eastleigh

'Following the closure of the Tourism Unit of Eastleigh Borough Council in 2006, the fully trained guides decided to form an independent association to continue offering public guided walks ... Var ...
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Category Eastleigh

Details of about a dozen walks ranging from 1 mile to 10 miles.


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Category Winchester

Points of interest [1] 15th Century Thirsk Parish Church - - - : [2] Kilvington Mill, with its 200 year-old mill race - - - : [3] Medieval strip fields beside Stoneybrough Lane - - - : [4] ...
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Category Hambleton

'Explore a whole host of lesser-known gardens and green spaces in the capital with our series of walks and cycle rides ... Using our guides (produced with help from the Heritage Lottery Fund...
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One of a number of 'self-guided walks highlighting the geology, geomorphology and geologically related industrial history of parts of the county'.


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Includes: Long Distance Walks; Guided Walks; Featured Walks; Town Walks; New Forest Walks.


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Category Hampshire

Outline descriptions of over forty locations throughout Hampshire providing accessible walks, with Links to relevant Websites.


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Category Hampshire

'The walk explores one of London’s best known and loved open spaces ...'


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Category Camden

'Walks are held on the first Sunday of every month except January ... Starting times are either 10.30 am or 2.30 pm (9.30 am for birds). Walks last approximately two hours, and you are recommended ...
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Category Camden

The Trails are: [1] Parliament Hill and the Tumulus (1.5 miles) - - - : [2] Heath Circuit (6 miles) - - - : [3] Sandy Heath and the Pergola (1.7 miles)


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Category Camden

'Muckle Roe is an island in Shetland, Scotland, in St. Magnus Bay, to the west of Mainland, Shetland. It has a population of around 130 people, who mainly croft and live in the sou ...
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Category Shetland

'A picturesque and historic village lying between the Kennet and Enborne rivers, four miles west of Newbury in West Berkshire. The name applies to a Saxon manor, a church parish of twelfth-century ...
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Category West Berkshire

'Hamstreet is a great base for walkers because of its railway station, cafes in both the High Street and garden centre, Indian restaurant, shops and Duke's Head pub ... '


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Category Ashford

'The start of the walk is at the Gateway Park on the recently restored Droitwich Canal, situated less than 1 mile to the east of the historic salt town of Droitwich Spa. From here you venture out v ...
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Category Wychavon

Swynnerton 'This delightful village with its estate character belongs to a bygone age, one where protection was afforded by the Lord of the Manor.'


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Category Stafford

Three Trails: Purple (2 miles) - - - : Blue (2.5 miles) - - - : Orange (4 miles)


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Category Birmingham

'The Hangers are probably the richest woodlands on English chalk. Here the chalk that covers the central and northern parts of Hampshire abruptly ends in a scarp slope giving way to farmla ...
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Category East Hampshire

'It′s also a wonderful haven for nature and wildlife and is renowned for its nationally important populations of wildfowl, which can be viewed from the reservoirs four bird watching hides.'


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Category Chelmsford

'This circular ride passes through a nature reserve and wildfowl centre on its way to a tour of the Saxon manors of Hanslope'


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Category Milton Keynes

'There are hundreds of walking sites in the UK providing walking routes in every area. Because one of my principles is that I have actually walked all the routes I describe and because I only s ...
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[1] Woldingham Station - - - : [2] Marden Park - - - : [3] Willey Park - - - : [4] Chaldon Church - - - : [5] Farthing Downs - - - : [6] Coulsdon South/Town Station


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Category Tandridge

'This long distance walk takes you to some of the most beautiful countryside, interesting historical sites and delightful country parks in the counties of Cambridgeshire, Essex and Hertfordshire.'< ...
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Category Harlow

'The Way begins at Hardy's birthplace and its circuit ends over 200 miles later in the nearby Stinsford churchyard where his heart lies buried. En route there is a wealth of interest in history, wi ...
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Category West Dorset

'In the main squares and precincts, in numerous public buildings and at several schools, sculptures by artists, both famous and lesser known, are to be found. Henry Moore's Family Group looks out f ...
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Category Harlow

'1066 Harold's Way is not a particularly demanding walk. There are no steep climbs up rocky hills sides, weaving in and out of tumbling streams or walking on land more suitable for sheep. ...
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Category Westminster

Uses part of the signposted Pentland Path Trail to the top of the Old Drove Road.


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Category West Lothian

'Harrietsham has been a longstanding settlement, taking advantage of the spring line on the lower slopes of the Downs. Archaeologists have uncovered evidence of Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman ...
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Category Maidstone

'We are currently exploring the idea of expanding Open Country into other areas and are in the process of collating questionnaire responses from the West Yorkshire area. If you wou ...
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Category Harrogate

'The Harrogate Dalesway is a long established, linear route from Harrogate to Bolton Abbey forming a link to the 80 mile-long Dales Way, long distance path, to Bowness on Winderme ...
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Category Harrogate

'We started the walk from next to a Ringway sign, just near the junction of Jennyfield Drive and Grantley Drive. Whilst hardly the most scenic spot on the route it is worth noting that when the Rin ...
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Category Harrogate

'Whilst this guide is adequate to allow you to follow the route safely it is advisable to carry the relevant O/S Explorer Maps with you. Unfortunately because of Southam's geographical position thr ...
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[1] Thornwood (5.5 m) - - - : [2] Marshalls Arm (2.5 m) - - - : [3] Weaver Valley (7.5 m) - - - : [4] Vale Royal Abbey (7.5 m) - - - : [5] Anderton (7.2 m)


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Download PDFs of Walks from the Website: [1] Harthill Ponds Walk - - - : [2] Five Fields Walk - - - : [3] Harthill & Cuckoo Way Walk - - - : [4] Loscar Common Plantations Walk - - - : [5] Wooda ...
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Category Rotherham

'Definitive rights of way are, of course, shown on Ordnance Survey maps (Landranger Sheet 162; Explorer Sheet 179), but even on 1:25,000 maps they are not always easy to follow. In addition, some r ...
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Category Forest of Dean

Download PDFs of these walks: [1] Haslemere Town Trail 1 (1 mile) - - - : [2] Haslemere Town Trail 2 (1.5 miles) - - - : [3] Swan Barn Farm Walk (2 miles) - - - : [4] Black Down Walk (3.25 miles) - ...
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Category Waverley

'Hastings Country Park was formed in 1974 and covers 660 acres (2.7 km2) east of Hastings in England. Sandstone cliffs, glens covered with gorse and trees, footpaths, nature trails, picnic ...
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Category Hastings

'The route was made possible by Hastings Borough Council, Hastings Urban Bikes and Hastings FLAG and is supported by the Foreshore Trust.'


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Category Hastings

'Having spent nearly 30 years transforming parts of the estate into a rural escape, they have recently opened up these walks for all to enjoy. They are on their private land (permissive access), to ...
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Category Warwick

'The trail consist of 34 plaques placed on buildings of historic interest in and around the town. The plaques were paid for by a donation from Havant Rotary members. Copies of the Heritage Trai ...
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Category Havant

'... Hawarden boasts two castles. The ruined 13th century castle was used by Edward I as a base for his invasion of Wales. It was captured by Dafydd, brother of Welsh Prince, Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, ...
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Category Flintshire

'Railway Walks  [1] Walk from Tourist Information Centre to Haworth Steam Preserved Railway Station - - - : [2] Railway Children Walk part 1 - - - : [3] Railway Children Walk part 2 ... ...
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Category Bradford

[1] Linear route - using Haworth Old Road = 6 mile (10km) - - - : [2] Linear route - using Pennine Way = 10 mile (16km) - - - : [3] Circular route - for the brave = 16 mile (26km).'


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Category Bradford

Tours might include: [1] Swan Hotel Loop - - - : [2] Herbert Rowse Armstrong Tour - - - : [3] Hay Heritage Tour - - - : [4] Historic Pub Crawl - - - : [5] Railway Tour - - - : [6] War Memorial Tour ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'The walk is not possible after dark (no lighting, and Parks are locked at night) ... Just about negotiable by pushchairs that can be folded (a bit bumpy), but not wheelchairs ... The ground can be ...
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Category Oxford

'If you have the time - up to 2 hours - the very best way to explore and understand the Headland is by finding and following the Headland Story Trail. The trail is marked by 18 different i ...
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Category Hartlepool

'The route follows streets and paths to the cliff top towards Sewerby. From here on the navigation couldn't be simpler - just keep the sea on your right until you reach Filey. Between Speeton a ...
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'Walking Heart of England Way takes you through 100 miles of wonderful "middle England" but the weather can be quite different at either end and in the middle. Due to the very nature of th ...
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Category Stafford

'Rievaulx Abbey has long been established as a spectacularly tranquil location, with St Aelred commenting, "Everywhere peace, everywhere serenity!" However, the rise of the Abbey led to si ...
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Category Ryedale

'For the visitor, apart from proximity to beautiful coastal and countryside walks and local history, Helston has a rich variety of pubs, restaurants, places to stay, places to be quiet and places.' ...
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Category West Cornwall

'The journey begins with a stay at the Inn on the Lake, on the pristine shores of Ullswater and heads for Grasmere and the Travellers Rest via an ancient packhorse route. Then it’s onto the Scafell ...
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Category Eden

Download PDFs of the Walks from the Website.  There will eventually be 13 Walks in total: they are being introduced to the Website in pace with issues of The Dragon.


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Category Uttlesford

Henshaws 'provide expert care, advice and training to anyone affected by sight loss, right where it's needed most. We also work with people with other disabilities and because all of this affects f ...
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Category Manchester

'Each book in the series Her Master's Walks has ten routes. The walks consist of a two page descriptive guide and a full colour map with numbered arrow pointers. The route directions inclu ...
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Category North Yorkshire

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Category Herefordshire

'The city provides a remarkable collection of buildings, which illustrate the use of materials for construction and ornamentation, through the ages, and thus it provides and excellent backdrop to s ...
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Category Hereford

'Hereford combines the charm of the past with facilities of the present and its pedestrianised centre makes shopping and sightseeing a pleasure. The tourist, even when armed with map and guidebook, ...
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Category Hereford

Six Market Towns 'Bromyard ... Kington ... Ledbury ... Leominster ... Ross-on-Wye ... Weobley' (and of course Hereford itself).


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Category Herefordshire

'The Herefordshire countryside is renowned for its beautiful and varied landscape and the forum is helping to ensure that opportunities for access and ...
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Category Herefordshire

'Our Contractor on behalf of Herefordshire Council are responsible for maintaining the public rights of way network across the county. However, a scheme is in place which allows parish councils ...
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Category Herefordshire

'Takes walkers through spectacular countryside enabling them to enjoy unequalled views across our county and neighbouring counties. The landscape varies from the Malvern Hills in the east to the Bl ...
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'The first Herefordshire Walking Festival was organised in 2002 to signal that the county was open for walking again after the foot and mouth epidemic in 2001 brought tourism in such a ...
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Category Herefordshire

'The footpath runs through Stamford, Peterborough, March, Ely and Brandon. It also goes through Thetford Forest ... The path is named after Hereward the Wake who led a band of Saxon nobles ...
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Category Rutland

'The Heritage Paths Project identifies, researches and promotes historic paths across the whole of Scotland. This website was developed as part of our original three year project (2007-201 ...
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Category Scotland

'It should be noted that the section that goes through Crystal Rig windfarm has become dificult to follow and good navigation is required to continue on the historic track.'


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Category East Lothian

'The detailed walk descriptions and maps are supplemented by additional useful information for walkers, such as; information on getting to the walk, a comprehensive town and village directory cover ...
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Category Richmondshire

Download PDFs from the Website: Six 'ordinary walks' and four 'pushchair walks'.


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The Walk was devised by the East Herts Footpath Society who published a Guide to the Walk in 1994.


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Category Enfield

'We offer a range of voluntary opportunities, encouraging people to get involved in looking after their local countryside or park. We also promote outdoor recreation through organising events and w ...
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Category Hertfordshire

'The Commons Registration Act 1965 no longer applies in Hertfordshire as we are one of the 7 pioneer authorities for the Commons Act 2006. To register a piece of l ...
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Category Hertfordshire

Access to details of about 40 walk routes.


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Category Hertfordshire

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