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'The Tabular Hills are an east-west line of distinct hills on the southern boundary of the North York Moors, running from Scarborough in the east all the way to Black Hambleton in ...
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Category Scarborough

The four Trails are titled: [1] Tacklers' Trail - - - : [2] Tunstill Trek - - - : [3] Weavers' Walk - - - : [4] Walton Way. A Tackler was 'a supervisor in a textile factory respons ...
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Category Pendle

'There are also many "green fingers" where the Taff Trail itself appears to bring the countryside into the town. The area is also rich in industrial archeology.'


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Category Cardiff

'The two routes are described in a detailed route description and may also be viewed on an OS map ... Walking either of these routes is a strenuous undertaking, you must be fit, healthy an ...
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Category Torfaen

The Tamar Valley Mining Heritage Project 'celebrated and told the story of the Tamar Valley’s rich mining heritage, which forms part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World H ...
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Category East Cornwall

'The Tamar Valley Discovery Trail follows the courses of two rivers. In order to cross these rivers you will need to be armed with certain bits of information before you head out onto the ...
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Category Plymouth

'A late addition to the Birmingham Canal Navigations, the Tame Valley Canal is typified by high embankments and deep cuttings. It crosses over the M5 on a dramatic aqueduct, before dropping through ...
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Category Sandwell

'A walk along the Etherow Valley and Tame Valley to Stockport, where it turns through Audenshaw and Droylsden and picks up the Medlock Valley to Park Bridge. From Mossley it returns via the Swinesh ...
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Category Tameside

'As the ancient capital of Mercia and once home to the King of Mercia's palace, Tamworth's history is crammed with stories of intrigue and warfare. Discover its influential people, admire its grand ...
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Category Tamworth

'On a lonely hill high in the Yorkshire Dales, stands a unique and historic Inn dating back to the 17th century with its exposed beams, stone-flagged floor and welcoming fire. The World Famous Tan ...
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Category Richmondshire

'I've now completed the Tandridge Border Path, spread over 6 days of walking [January - February 2010]. If you want to walk the borders of Tandridge, then this well-designed path is the way to do i ...
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Category Tandridge

'The Tarka Rail Association is a voluntary organisation which exists to support and further the interests of users of the rail line between Exeter and Barnstaple. With a membership of over ...
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Category Mid Devon

'This route gives you superb views across the mouth of the Taw Estuary and has several sculptures and shelters which are the perfect place to rest and enjoy the surroundings. There are also many wi ...
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Category North Devon

'The Tas Valley Way - with a few diversions - leads you on a remarkable journey to sixteen churches in sixteen villages and towns, scattered amongst the unspoilt countryside of South Norfo ...
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Category Norwich

'Allow 4 - 5 hours for the 7 miles walk - which is not an easy one. In winter, or in the mist some of this area is very exposed and lonely. It could get wet underfoot but there are no really boggy ...
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Category West Devon

'The Link is useful if you want to plan a route walking part of the Cleveland Way and the Teesdale Way. High Cliff Nab is a spectacular viewpoint looking out over Teesside and the coast. It is also ...
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Category Middlesbrough

'The local Councillors and members of the public are recruited and appointed by the Rights of Way Officers from each Appointing Authority; Darlington, Stockton on Tees, Middlesbrough and Hartlepool ...
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Category Teesside

'For much of the way it follows the 156 km (98 miles) course of the River Tees as it snakes across County Durham and Teesside from its source at Tees Head on the slopes of Cross Fell, the highest p ...
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Category Eden

'The Tegid Way can be walked in either direction, but starting the walk from Cynwyd offers arguably the best views, as the route descends towards the lake.'


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Category Denbighshire

[1] Cardigan to Cilgerran Circular Walk (5 miles) - - - : [2] St Dogmaels to Cemaes Head Walk (12 miles) - - - : [3] Cilgerran to Cenarth Walk (6 miles) - - - : [4] Llechyrd to Penparc Circu ...
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Category Ceredigion

'With plenty of woodland and field margins, it promises sightings of some wonderful birds ... Some parts of the riverside section of this walk are near to the water’s edge, and there are some rocky ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Just so you know where it is ... the River Teifi is the natural border between Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion for much of its length, then it becomes the border with Pembrokeshire. That m ...
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Category Ceredigion

'The Trail goes through the major open spaces in Telford. It links together parks, woods, pools, nature reserves and open countryside with the World Heritage Site of the Severn Gorge, birthplace of ...
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Category Telford & Wrekin

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Category Worcester

'The route gets its name from the Templer family. James Templer purchased the Stover Estate, near Newton Abbot, in 1765 after making his fortune at sea. His son, also James, built the Stover Canal ...
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Category Teignbridge

'The main walk around the village is suitable for all abilities and is a 1.8 miles / 3km linear route. There are wonderful views across to the River Great Ouse and some beautiful examples of buildi ...
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Download PDFs from the Website [1] Rolvenden Layne (5.5 miles) - - - : [2] Chennell Park (2 miles) - - - : [3] The Millponds (4 miles) - - - : [4] Readers Bridge (5 miles) - - - : [5] The Bottoms ( ...
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Category Ashford

'The Way has been divided into 8 sections, each providing a really good day-out. Choose between water meadows or tidal marshes, riverbank picnics or cosy pubs, steep hills with exhilarating views o ...
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Category West Berkshire

'Coaching traffic brought prosperity to Tewkesbury up until the mid 19th century when the advent of the railways bypassed the town and the Industrial Revolution had little impact. It is a paradox t ...
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Category Tewkesbury

'The Walk is mostly on level pavements with good access for prams and wheelchairs. The pathway at Spring Path slopes slightly but is manageable with care. The paths in the Nature Reserve may be mud ...
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'Based mainly on a route by Peter and Diana Gulland in their [out-of-print] guide, The Vale of Aylesbury Walker.'


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Category Aylesbury Vale

'Historic features abound along the walk routes including Fawley Court, Hambleden Mill and Lock, Temple Island in the Thames and the picturesque village of Hambleden which has featured in many TV p ...
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'The canal ran for 37 miles, but the new Thames & Severn Way covers 45 miles. In places, especially east of Sapperton Tunnel, the path deviates away from the canal. The route has been ...
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Category Stroud

'Explore the history and the countryside along this green corridor which joins the urban area of Kingston with the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. (The Link is also known as the ...
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The route is divided into 5 Walking Tours: [1] Tilbury Town to East Tilbury - - - : [2] East Tilbury to Stanford le Hope - - - : [3] Stanford le Hope to Pitsea - - - : [4] Pitsea to Benfle ...
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Category Thurrock

'On its way the Trail passes peaceful water meadows rich in wildlife, historic towns and many lovely villages, finishing at the Thames Barrier near Greenwich. Easy to reach by public transport, the ...
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Category Cotswold

'The Thames Path Extension doesn't quite make it all the way to the Thames Estuary. It only goes ten miles, ending at Crayford Ness, right on the edge of Greater London. It's an end point born out ...
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Category Bexley

'The Thames Path follows England's greatest river as it meanders from its source in the Cotswolds and on through London. The city section was voted one of the World's best urban treks! Our challeng ...
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Category South East

'This circular long distance path has access points that are easily reached by train from London, Reading and adjoining stations. If time is limited it can be walked in sections at weekends and ban ...
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'This route was set up during the 1990s as a great way of walking and with interpretation of the natural history of the coastline - and there are 15 interpretation panels that can still be found al ...
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Category Thanet

'The route starts by Pevensey Castle and heads through the countryside to the 15th century Herstmonceux Castle with its moat and Elizabethan gardens. The path then continues through Ashburnham to t ...
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Category Wealden

Links to details include: [1] The Beatles Story (Albert Dock) - - - : [2] Beatles Magical Mystery Tour (bus trip) - - - : [3] Cavern Club - - - : [4]  Blakes Restaurant at Hard Days Night Hotel - - ...
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Category Liverpool

'Download a podcast of the walk. Martyn Stenning guides you through each section, with points of interest; the history, ecology and geology of campus relayed as you go.'


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Category Brighton & Hove

'No public artwork had been created in the city for over 50 years, and central to the project is the ongoing development of permanent and temporary work for the city. As the project grows this will ...
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Category Lichfield

Several dozen descriptions/photographs captured over the last year or two.


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Category Essex

'The following year, 1972, the walk attracted 147 entrants and took place in July. A third walk was organised in 1973 and in 1974 a book, written by Malcolm Boyes, was published about the three wal ...
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Category Scarborough

'Walking, cycling, jogging, horse-riding, canoeing, climbing – whatever your age and fitness level, there are plenty of ways to GET ACTIVE whilst you enjoy the Derwent Valley and discover more abou ...
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Category Derbyshire Dales

'This walk links the railway stations of Woodbridge, Westerfield and Ipswich with scenic views along the estuary at Woodbridge and the Fynn Valley before entering Ipswich from the west through the ...
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Category East Suffolk

'There are a few slopes to cope with but nothing too long or steep. After rain the ground may be quite soft and in some places muddy so sturdy walking boots or a good pair of walking shoes are reco ...
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Category Epping Forest

Free Cycling & Walking Map 'The Cycling Department at Birmingham City Council produces a very good cycling and walking map. It is available FREE but ... You have to ask for it.'.


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Category Birmingham

'The Helix path network provides a stunning backdrop for walks and runs. Our paths connect 16 communities via 26 kilometres of paths - so there's always a new route to try.'


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Category Falkirk

'There is a 10.5 mile circular walk formed by the Jubilee River path, a path through Eton playing fields, the Thames Path up to Taplow and back to the Jubilee River.'


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Philip Larkin was 'born a Coventrian and spent all his childhood and schooldays in Coventry until he left for Oxford ... Despite the wartime destruction and re-development, enough of the Coventry L ...
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Category Coventry

'In February 2014, The Line launched a hugely ambitious crowdfunding campaign and successfully raised over £140,000 in less than eight weeks. One of the aims of The Line is to present existing work ...
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Category Newham

'The full 14-mile route goes through Chelsea, Putney, Wimbledon and into Sutton. There is also a shorter, family-friendly 5-mile route that follows the last five miles of the main route, for anyone ...
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'A river valley without a river? Surely that’s a contradiction in terms. But not in Durham. Find out the fascinating story of how ice sheets left great piles of debris that blocked the path of the ...
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Category Durham [City]

'Walk the Walk is a grant making charity that raises money for vital breast cancer causes.'


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Category London (Central)

'The Borough of Merton highlights locations associated with Nelson on their website, and they encourage visitors to see them by walking amongst them. Sadly much of the area has been turned ...
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Category Merton

'Nelson would have entered Portsmouth through Landport Gate, as until 1875 it was the main gateway in and out of the town. On the morning of 14 September 1805, Nelson passed through this g ...
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Category Portsmouth

'The Newmarket Rides are located around the villages of Moulton, Gazeley and Barrow.'


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Category West Suffolk

Download from the Website four PDFs: [1] Otterburn Open Access Map - - - : [2] Otterburn Controlled Access Map - - - : [3] Otterburn General Access Map - - - : [4] Otterburn Area Guidelines


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Category Northumberland

[1] The Poets Trail Walking Route - Creggan Loop - - - : [2] The Poets Trail Walking Route - Forkhill Loop - - - : [3] The Poets Trail Walking Route - Urney Loop

 

 


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'Twelve short poems, written by the nationally acclaimed poet Meg Peacocke, have been carved by lettering artist Pip Hall on blocks of stone installed at intervals along a circuit ...
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Category Eden

'Hard: Some roads and care needed if scrambling on the Roaches and Hen Cloud.'


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'This sculpture exhibition is possibly the most extensive display of sculpture in the world. Set within an enchanting arboretum and wildlife inhabited water garden which creates the perfect haven f ...
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Category Waverley

The members of our U3As are very diverse in background and interests - we all like to learn, to laugh and to live!'


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Category North West

As at early May 2017: 'We have approximately 180 U3As in the SE Region. We currently have 9 Networks consisting of Kent, NE Hants/SW Surrey, New Forest, Southampton, Surrey, Sussex (SUN), Thames Va ...
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Category South East

'The Region holds three annual Conferences in the autumn so that we can reduce the distances our members have to travel, but so that we can all share and exchange ideas.'


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Category South West

'U3As do not recruit within neat boundaries: some have members who travel a reasonable distance along convenient transport links. Each U3A will have groups covering a range of subjects. If you have ...
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Category London

'It also has lists of activities and events that may be organised by a particular U3A or a Network but are open to members of other U3As. There are also details of some events or information that a ...
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Category Wales

'However different we all are, we are brought together by our love for learning, now that we no longer have the commitments of full-time work or young family, for we are now Third Agers, we like to ...
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Category West Midlands

'The Third Age Trust is the national representative body for the Universities of Third Age (U3As) in the UK. U3As are self-help, self-managed lifelong learning co-operatives for older peop ...
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'This route takes you along the elegant Ouse embankment and through quiet villages and gentle countryside to Sandy, with its RSPB nature reserve.'


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Category Bedford

'Being sponsored (even if only a short part of the march is planned to be walked) is encouraged but is also entirely optional. Traditionally, we raise money for Jimmy's Night Shelter in Ca ...
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Category Oxford

'We ask pilgrims on this route (of all faiths or none) to tread lightly on the Way of St Augustine, and to be as environmentally conscious as possible. Take nothing but footprints and leave nothing ...
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Category Canterbury

'The cliffs also have a special place in our national history and they were used for defence in both World Wars. You can see reminders of this past at the newly opened Fan Bay Deep Shelter ...
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Category Dover

'This walk is probably the most well known in all of Shropshire and possibly the most popular walk for miles around or part of it at least. The Wrekin is a very famous hill and affectionately loved ...
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Category Telford & Wrekin

'13 circular walks of varying lengths, ideal to fit in with daily life. The locations have been chosen to help walkers enjoy and appreciate Norfolk's heritage, both natural and man-made, linking hi ...
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Category Breckland

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