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Area: Lincolnshire

'There are now two major areas, The Sir Joseph Banks Country Park and Woods at Wyberton and the Fenside Woods on Fenside Road in Boston ... All Boston Woods land is freely open fo ...
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Category Boston

'The park is open all year round from 8am to 8pm or dusk if earlier, and admission is free to all (please note the park may be closed occasionally for events or deer management).'


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Category South Kesteven

'There are three waymarked routes within the reserve: [1] Chowder Ness Round - - - : [2] Reedbed Path - - - : [3] Blow Wells and Target Lake Loop ... The Read More...

'At Freiston Shore you can get excellent views of waterbirds on the salt water lagoon, especially at high tide when wading birds roost, sometimes in their thousands. Summer is a good time ...
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Category Boston

'The club came into existence in 1965 as the Grimsby College of Technology Climbing Club. For some years, the title of Grimsby Mountaineering Club, was used. However, the present name has ...
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Walks in and around Horncastle 'Whether you want a short stroll, something a bit longer or even a full weekend of walking then Horncastle is an ideal town to head for. There are several wa ...
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Category East Lindsey

'Walks are normally on a Sunday. Friendly dogs are very welcome.'


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Category Lincoln

'There are many walks around Market Rasen, and you can download routes and guides ... For those who prefer to plan their own routes, we have included links ... to maps which show local rights of wa ...
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Category West Lindsey

Includes access to downloadable PDFs of about a dozen walks around and about North East Lincolnshire.


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'You can access walking maps and guides for the following areas: Barton; Brigg; Isle of Axholme; North of Scunthorpe; Scunthorpe; South of Scunthorpe.'


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'But the Festival isn't only for history lovers! Whether you want to roam with ramblers, take your children on an adventure walk, brush up on your trees and birds on a nature trail, get snapping on ...
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Category South Kesteven

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Category East Lindsey

'The city is easily walkable for visitors with good mobility - the main shopping and tourist area stretches from St Marks Shopping centre in the south up to the Cathedral Quarter - known locally as ...
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Category Lincoln

'The age range of our members is between 30 and 80 years, but it would be true to say that the average is well over 40.'


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'West Lindsey District Council produces a range of cycle route leaflets and town walks all of which are available in the downloads tab. The external websites also give you sites where you ...
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Category West Lindsey

'Spread across the city of Lincoln, and the surrounding area to the south-west, we have highlighted some hidden treasures for you, keeping you close to the historical city, yet allowing you to disc ...
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Category Lincoln

There is also a 'Bardney Short Walk' (6 miles).


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Category West Lindsey

'Three Barton town walks leaflets were all updated in 2007: [1] The Georgian Walk - - - : [2] The Victorian Walk - - - : [3] The Waterside Walk. There are also two guides to public rights of way ac ...
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'The railway arrived in Boston in 1848 and the early 20th century was Boston's largest employer. Today the railway links Boston with Grantham and Skegness and is a poplular service, especially duri ...
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Category Boston

'It should be noted that there are no shorter alternatives as facilities and public transport are severely limited to the area immediately around the main A17 trunk road. This means that once one e ...
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Category Boston

'From the Lincolnshire Fens our path passes through the Vale of Belvoir, the Leicestershire Wolds and the National Forest. After the canals of South Staffordshire we turn south-west across Cannock ...
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Category Boston

'The route is based upon an original proposal by Brett Collier, author of the guide book. Sadly Brett Collier died suddenly in March 2005 with only a draft text submitted to his pu ...
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Category Lincoln

'The overall project aim is to encourage all, whatever your age, ability or position within society, whether you are a resident of, or visitor to the district, to use the public transport available ...
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Category East Lindsey

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Category 1: 11-25 Miles

'A rural walk through picturesque villages, country lanes and across the panoramic fen landscape.'


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Category South Holland

'The RSPB reserve at Frampton Marsh is home to a wide variety of wildlife. The different habitats, from freshwater pools, to wet grassland to one of the largest saltmarshes in the world pr ...
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Category Boston

'Since 2008 Geoff has produced two of his Linconshire walks per year. As they appeared, the write ups were published in our Area news mag, The Lincolnshire Rambler , but each walk can be d ...
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Category Lincolnshire

'The aim of the Grantham Canal Society is to open the Canal all the way from Grantham through to the River Trent, bringing an element of tourism to the area, and recreating a beautiful wat ...
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Category South Kesteven

'The HOBBLERS WAY was conceived as a twelve leg walk with the walkers using multiple vehicles, meeting at the finish point of the intended leg, leaving one or more vehicles there and using the othe ...
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Category South Holland

'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

'Levi was a fisherman, who ran an Oyster Booth on the beach in the 1850's, selling ginger beer, tea, coffee, tobacco, cigars and toys. Levi set up a stall outside the new Rail Station in 1863 and t ...
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'The walking is on level flat ground using public footpaths, permissive paths and country lanes. Some small sections on busy roads ... There are several areas where the route passes military ranges ...
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'The Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes Partnership was set up in 2003 to regenerate the grazing marshes and to conserve them for future generations ... As part of the project, together ...
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Category East Lindsey

'The Forums consist of a wide range of people representing users of rights of way, farmers and landowners; and other interests such as tourism, health, nature conservation, transport, social exclus ...
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Permanent Trails [1] Abingdon Trail (10km) - - - : [2] Beatles Trail - Liverpool (10km) - - - : [3] Boston Town Walk (12km) - - - : [4] Caverns & Peaks (13km) - - - : [5] Chester City ...
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Category Lincolnshire

'With great footpaths and bridleways, the Wolds is a fantastic place to stretch your legs and enjoy unspoilt countryside and some fresh air. Whether you enjoy longer walks or simply want to stroll, ...
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Category Lincolnshire

'... The start and end of each section has been chosen as a convenient point to be collected/drop off and if your timing is right to sup a well earned pint at a local hostelry. It is best to check ...
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Category East Lindsey

'The walk visits six small market towns, each of which has a part in England's history. The route also includes many obscure villages both undiscovered and unspoilt as well as a sixty foot wide Rom ...
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Category West Lindsey

'As you follow the chalk escarpment on the eastern section of the Trail there are views across the Bain Valley to the Lincolnshire Limestone Edge and Lincoln Cathedral. You may even be able to see ...
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Category West Lindsey

The Walks include: [1] To the Sea with L.N.T. (10 miles) - - - : [2] Two Churches and a Canal (6 or 8.5 miles) - - - : [3] Reservoir Rover (6 or 7 miles) - - - : [4] Two Sea Forts and a Canal (4 or ...
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Category East Lindsey

'It is called the Macmillan Way because all funds raised are donated to Macmillan Cancer Support, a vitally important charitable organisation whose role is to help people living w ...
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Category Boston

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The Key used is: [1] Purple Line = Footpath - - - : [2] Green Line = Bridleway - - - : [3] Broken Green Line = Restricted Byway - - - : [4] Brown Line = Byway Open to All Traffic


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'The Forum consists of 17 members, including local councillors, network users, landowners, and other interested parties. We must consider the Forum's views when making certain decisions such as dra ...
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Six Walks: Radcliffe to Nottingham (6½ miles); Bottesford to Aslockton (6 miles); Grantham to Bottesford (9½ miles); Ancaster to Sleaford (6½ miles); Heckington to Sleaford (6¾ miles); Skegness to ...
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Category Lincolnshire

'The most scenic part of the county is the The Lincolnshire Wolds, designated as one of Britain's "Area's of Outstanding Natural Beauty." (AONB). However, the other areas of the county hav ...
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Category Lincolnshire

'The Round Louth Walk circles the historic market town, journeying into the surrounding countryside of the Wolds and Marsh. Although the full walk is 14 miles, there are shorter circular r ...
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Category East Lindsey

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'A second leaflet is available detailing shorter, circular walks - links - using sections of The Way.'


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'Clicking on the walks will allow you to download information and a sketch map in PDF format to print out. The details can be used in conjunction with an Ordnance Survey Map...
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Category North Kesteven

'This walk ... circles Spalding and gives an insight into the history and life of the town as it takes in its urban, rural and horticultural faces. Using many of the local waterways it is also an o ...
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Category South Holland

'This was an excellent way to start the year's walking, with a long route which I found surprisingly interesting considering it consisted of a great deal of road walking in the Fens ... '


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Category South Holland

'The name refers to the Spires of the churches being the landmarks to which visitors make their way and to the rural sport of Steeple chasing. It is also recognition of the important part they have ...
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Category Lincoln

'Though the start and finish of the walk are in Lincolnshire, you will also be walking in Rutland, Northamptonshire and Peterborough in Cambridgeshire.'


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Category South Kesteven

'The Trail starts in Broad Street, outside what was the Museum and takes you past Browne's Hospital, All Saints' Church, and along the High Street. From there, it takes you to St. George's Square, ...
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Category South Kesteven

'At Runnymeade on the 15th of June 1215, Archbishop Langton was in attendance as one of the King's Commissioners, along with Hugh of Wells who he had consecrated as Bishop of Lincoln in 1209, as Ki ...
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Category East Lindsey

'The route passes through the Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the market town of Horncastle, the Lincolnshire Limewoods, the City of Lincoln, the southern Lincolnshire Edge and the Kestev ...
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'The walk generally follows field edge paths, tracks and some minor roads through the Lincolnshire Wolds, which has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The walk is relatively eas ...
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'The Water Rail Way features vast open fenland landscapes, with long views and expansive skies. Enjoy the fresh air and discover the commissioned artwork depicting Lincolnshire’s assets an ...
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Category Lincoln

Walks described were titled: [1] Town, Woods & Fields - - - : [2] Cottage Museum - - - : [3] The Manor House - - - : [4] Links & Lanes - - - : [5] The Spa Trail - - - : [6] Ostler's Plantat ...
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Category East Lindsey

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