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The Jack Mytton Way was 'named after Jack Mytton (1796–1834) a Shropshire landowner, MP, horseman, foxhunter, gambler and Regency rake. He was also known as Mad Jack'. [Wikipedia 1 ...
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Category South Shropshire

'In the 18th century, Tonbridge (then spelled 'Tunbridge') was a market town at the Medway river crossing, dominated by a Norman Castle. The High Street was part of the second most important road i ...
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'Look out for Jane Austen Trail signs along the route.'


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Category East Hampshire

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Category Derbyshire Dales

'Using Ordnance Survey maps and following carefully set routes the John Clare Walk evokes a spirit of this remarkable poet’s trek, passing through the Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire an ...
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Category Epping Forest

'As the routes are all circular, starting and finishing at the same points, it's as well to remember that all the height gained has sooner or later to be lost. My own preference is to get the steep ...
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Category Cumbria

The Trail is in two circular sections centered on Haydon Bridge. Both routes begin near the railway station in Church Street: Northern Section (2 miles); Southern Section (11 mile ...
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Category Tynedale

'The John Muir Way forms the East Lothian section of the transnational North Sea Trail, linking 26 partner areas from 7 countries around the North Sea ... The route is named in honour of t ...
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Category East Lothian

'... It was launched in March 2006 in memory of John Musgrave, former chairman of the South Devon Group of the Ramblers' Association, whose generous legacy to the group on his death in 2003 has bee ...
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Category Torbay

'The route is a work in progress. Some of it is remote, pathless and challenging terrain. Other sections are already popular walks ... The walk is meant to be used both by long-distance walkers goi ...
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Category Highland

'John Ray was an extraordinary man. Heralded as the father of English natural history he was a pioneer, way head of contemporaries in terms of knowledge and understanding of the natural wo ...
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Category Braintree

'Membership appointments are reviewed once every two years and there are then opportunities for new applications to be considered. You can submit an application at any time and it will be considere ...
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'I qualified in 1996 as a Blue Badge Guide for the North West of England. I've taken more than 96 nationalities around. These have included government ministers, academics, tourists, students, gene ...
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Category Manchester

'... . I'm a 56 year old woman, slightly overweight, with a gammy ankle and knees that complain at steep descents or if I walk too far on a tarmaced surface. But yet I have completed several lo ...
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'A convenient tour of the main sites of Jewish Bedford can be taken, starting at the Castle, going via Castle Lane, to the High Street and then on to Harpur Street, then along Silver Street and Mil ...
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Category Bedford

'However, the town has an unexpected and little known Jewish heritage, largely dating from just after World War I, to the end of World War II. It illustrates the unexpected links that Jewish people ...
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'While the casual visitor to Bradford will not see much of Bradford's Jewish heritage without being guided to it, there are probably more historic monuments to Jewish endeavour in Bradford than in ...
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Category Bradford

'This trail has been made possible with the extensive help of many local contributors, who have freely given their time, help, contributions and materials ... We are still seeking contributions for ...
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Category Brighton & Hove

'The Cemetery is also worth visiting, it is very neatly kept and the old section of the cemetery is picturesque as well as having real historical interest. As in many cases the cemetery gives the m ...
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Category Cheltenham

'If one is passing through Dover and has transport, there is genuine Jewish interest to be searched out here and two or three hours of touring will be rewarded. The major feature of interest is und ...
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Category Dover

'There have been two distinctive organised Jewish communities in Gloucester - one established in the 12th century and ended by the time of the general Expulsion of the Jews in 1290, and a second co ...
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Category Gloucester

Note that the 'Dillons' mentioned in the description was a bookshop that became 'Waterstones' but the Site is now owned by the clothing company Accessorize-Monsoon. (Waterstones is ...
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Category Guildford

'Lincoln is a Jewish heritage destination of the first importance and should be visited; it has perhaps the greatest number of surviving medieval Jewish heritage-sites in the country, quite apart f ...
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Category Lincoln

Seventeen places of interest described: it will be helpful to have a map of the centre of Northampton to hand.


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Category Northampton

'One of the most important Jewish communities in medieval England, it's thought that Jews may have arrived in Oxfordshire as early as 1080, when a man called Manassess is mentioned in the Domesday ...
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Category Oxford

'The story of Ramsgate Jewish community is beyond doubt dominated by the life and memory of one man - a towering figure of Anglo-Jewry. This was Moses Montefiori. While Montefiori did much ...
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Category Thanet

'Richmond was in fact the genteel residence of choice of many of England's richest and most influential Jews. It was one of the first places where Jews came in numbers to live away from their place ...
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'Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey seems as unlikely a place for a Jewish community as one might encounter in England. The Isle was (and still is to some extent) remote and isolated. Yet the Island ...
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Category Swale

'In the late 19th century the town expanded into the manufacture of men's clothing and Jews were recruited specific to work as tailors in making these clothes. This brought into being a Jewish comm ...
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Category Stroud

'The Jews of England arrived first of all in London in the wake of William of Normandy's conquest of England. It is thought they arrived shortly afterwards, though the first documented reference to ...
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Category City of London

'60km of continuous, green and attractive paths linking all 9 central London Olympic venues with some of the capital’s best attractions, heritage, parks, waterways and views.'


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Category Westminster

Designed to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977, the original route connected all of the city’s most famous sights, from Buckingham Palace to the stately dome of St Paul’s. It ...
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Category Westminster

'The Ramblers' Association devised the Jubilee Way in 1985 to celebrate the Association's 50th anniversary. It was an ambitious undertaking, creating a huge national walk by using existing ...
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'Jumbles Country Park was opened in 1971 following the construction of Jumbles Reservoir, and has been popular haunt with visitors ever since.'


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Category Bolton

'This walk will take you through the Jurassic Limestone region of Bedfordshire, over a landscape sculpted by the advance and retreat of ice sheets during the Anglian glacial episode, just under hal ...
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Category Bedford

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