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Area: Nottinghamshire

'We are proud of our five award winning country and town parks, local nature reserves, endless miles of way-marked countryside footpaths, sites of historic interest, fascinating churches ...'


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Category Ashfield

'When you get to Attenborough Nature Centre follow one of our nature trails. Three well marked circular routes will give you great views of the nature reserve: [1] Tufted Duck - Red route ...
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Category Broxtowe

'The District of Bassetlaw is situated in Nottinghamshire and borders with South Yorkshire to the north, Lincolnshire's Fens and Wolds to the east and Derbyshire with the spectacular Peak District ...
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Category Bassetlaw

'Today Clumber offers freedom to discover a ducal park and provides a haven for wildlife within an idyllic setting. With 3,800 acres of picturesque parkland and gardens, peaceful woodlands and a ma ...
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Category Bassetlaw

Lost Village Walks  'As part of the research into the Lost Village of Greasley a series of three walks was created. Colourful, illustrated leaflets detailing the w ...
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Category Broxtowe

'The Mansfield CHA Rambling Club was formed in 1930. The very first ramble was to Newstead Abbey on May 31st 1930. The initials CHA originally meant Co-operative Holidays Association, but ...
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Category Mansfield

'There are 9 LNR's in Mansfield, covering different areas in the District: [1] Bottoms LNR Netherfield Lane - - - : [2] Carrs LNR Church Street - - - : [3] Hermitage King ...
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Category Mansfield

'Visit in the spring and enjoy the spectacular displays of colour from the rhododendrons, picnic by the lake in the summer, see the stunning Japanese maples in autumn or take an invigorating walk i ...
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Category Gedling

'The plantings were laid out in what is known as "The Natural Order" to provide an educational link to nature through botanical interpretation. Some of the mature trees and shrubs growing here are ...
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Category Nottingham

'Rambles are organised for every Sunday and many Wednesdays throughout the year. Sunday walks alternate between coach and car rambles. The Wednesday walks use a mixture of car and public transport. ...
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Category Nottingham

'All are invited to join the monthly walks that range from 4 – 6 miles in length and last from 2½ – 3 hours. They are held on the FIRST SUNDAY of each month throughout the year and all walks start ...
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Category Rushcliffe

'There is plenty to explore; with walks through the native woodlands, a lake and gardens plus a range of attractions, activities and places to relax and eat.'


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'In August 1993 the park was officially handed over to Rushcliffe Borough Council by Nottinghamshire County Council. In fierce controversy the park was named "Rushcliffe Country Park" whilst it had ...
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Category Rushcliffe

Walks classified by Length and by Area: '1. Sherwood Forest walks north – walks in Clumber Park and the Dukeries ... 2. Sherwood Forest walks centre – walks in the Heart of Sherwo ...
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'The club caters for people with a range of fitness and ability. Often the club will split up into more than one group enabling the less energetic to go at a slower pace whilst the more active can ...
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Category Ashfield

'In the period April to September the Friends carry out surveys and regularly walk the Park observing the seasonal changes. On the third Sunday of the month the public are invited to join the walk ...
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Category Rushcliffe

'D.H. Lawrence Heritage, winner of the Best Visitor Attraction in the Nottingham Stars Awards 2012, is a twin centre visitor attraction covering the life and works of D.H. Lawrence and coa ...
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Category Broxtowe

'There is no charge to visit Creswell Crags site or to walk around the lake and gorge ... Whether you are looking for a quick stroll or a daylong hike, the area has trails to suit many dif ...
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Category Bassetlaw

'Visitors can follow the Duke's Wood Trail - a chance to stroll through the trees and learn about the natural and historical significance of this area. Enjoy the spring flowers and birdson ...
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'The valley is a special place which has inspired great authors such as D. H. Lawrence and Alan Sillitoe and the Erewash Valley Trail project is supported by local celebrities including ac ...
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Category Broxtowe

'Greenwood covers 161 square miles of Nottinghamshire, from Mansfield in the north to Nottingham in the south and from Eastwood in the west to Farnsfield in the east. It joins historic She ...
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Category Mansfield

Suggested Circular Walk in the Hidden Valleys 'Follow the waymarked ‘HV’footpaths to take in the countryside views, historical features and attractions of the Annesley and Selston area inc ...
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Category Ashfield

'The walk has been divided into colour coded sections and you can decide what you want to see and how far you want to walk. If you have the time and energy to follow the entire route, it will last ...
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Category Mansfield

Walks usually take place each year during July and August.


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Category Nairnshire

'Civil War Trail ... Malting & Brewing Trail ... Medieval Timber Frame Buildings Trail ... Georgian Buildings Trail ... Historic Riverside Trail ... Art Deco Trail ... Curiosities Trail ... Vic ...
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Details of these Walks: [1] South Leverton & Treswell - - - : [2] Sherwood Forest - - - : [3] Rufford Abbey - - - : [4] Hayton and the Chesterfield Canal


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Category Nottinghamshire

'The route is initially straightforward except at Trowell Garden Centre, where a signed route diverts the walker back to the towpath at Swansea Bridge and at the M1, where steps lead down ...
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Category Nottingham

'Members of the public are welcome to attend meetings. If you have any questions for the meeting please contact the LAF Secretary ... at least two weeks before the date of the meeting. Members of t ...
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Category Nottingham

'We have created a selection of walks in ten of Nottingham city's parks and open spaces. These walking routes offer you the opportunity to improve both physical and mental wellbeing in a safe and r ...
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Category Nottingham

'Formed way back in 1933 at a public meeting at Nottingham University College, Shakespeare Street, the Society was first called "The Nottinghamshire Footpaths Association". Adopting its present tit ...
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Category Nottinghamshire

'Nottinghamshire now has two highest points one natural and another manmade so we'll visit them both on this walk which offers the added bonus of walking through the grounds of Hardwick Hall in Der ...
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Category 1: 11-25 Miles

'The walk was devised in 2019 for the Bridgford Methodist Walkers, to give them a linked series of walks over a year.'


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Category 3: 51-100 Miles

'Most walks are free although a few walks by wild-life or preservation societies may cost a small fee. Details are given where this applies ... The Notts Guided Walks Partnership is an ind ...
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Category Nottinghamshire

'There are two linear footpaths running through the parish. These are known as the "Meadows Path" (which lies partly in Linby Parish) and the "Moors Path." There is also a path leading north to New ...
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Category Gedling

'The Way avoids roads as much as possible and uses long distance footpaths, bridleways, local footpaths, river banks and canal towpaths. It passes and joins up the sites of the 12 crosses erected f ...
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'There are also several circular routes taken from the Robin Hood Way for you to enjoy a day's walking exploring the Nottinghamshire countryside for a better appreciation of our beautiful ...
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Category Nottingham

'The walk climbs up and down the hills and valleys of the Wolds, follows the Rivers Soar and Trent and crosses the Vale of Belvoir. It passes through beautiful farmland, woodland and villages and c ...
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Category Rushcliffe

Details of two Heritage Trails: the first of 2 miles; the second of 6.25 miles.


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[1] John Thomas Becher Heritage Trail - - - : [2] The King Charles I Heritage Trail - - - : [3] The Charles Caudwell Heritage Trail - - - : [4] The Easthorpe Heritage Trail - - - : [5] The Westhorp ...
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'I have lived in Farnsfield for much of my life and have walked and run along nearly all the paths surrounding the village over the years.  I don’t do as much running as to cover the different path ...
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Also accessible are a wide range of documents concerned with the history of Worksop.


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Category Bassetlaw

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