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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Staffordshire

'The Society holds regular walks which are informal and open to everyone to attend. Details appear in the monthly Parish Magazine and on posters around the village ... Annual membership is £1 per h ...
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'There are many walks around Baggeridge; the official routes are: [1] The Easy Access - - - : [2] Toposcope Trail - - - : [3] Baggeridge Circular Walk - - - : [4] Baggeridge Woodland Walk'


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'Chase Heritage Trail ... Fairoak Trail ... Route to Health Sculpture Trail ... Sherbrook Trail ... Sky Rainforest Rescue Discovery Trail'


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Category Cannock Chase

'Within its small area the Chase has a remarkably varied landscape, with ancient woodland, conifer plantations, river valleys and wetlands, open heathlands, historic parklands and farmland. The ran ...
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Category Cannock Chase

Chase Fit Walking  ''The walking website for Cannock Chase: This resource will help you find routes, join walking groups and get active outdoors. Walking is a free and fantastic form of ex ...
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Category Cannock Chase

' ... We do have a couple of groups of Red Deer on site, if you are lucky enough to see them during your visits here we suggest you approach them slowly and remain a good distance from them, rememb ...
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Category Lichfield

'The South Staffordshire & Worcestershire Union Canal crosses through Coven and this and the nearby Shropshire Union Canal are extensively used by pleasure craft. There is a w ...
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Download PDFs from the Website: 1. Battlestead and Back : - - : 2. Branstone Water Park : - - : 3. Ellastone and the Weavers : - - : 4. Stapenhill Woodland Walk & Riverside Walk : - - : 5. Wood ...
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'Over recent years, a system of work, envied by many other Councils, has been developed through the hard work of the Footpaths Committee. There are 18 walking volunteers who each walk 8 to 10 paths ...
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Category Stafford

Download Word Documents from the Website: [1] Ashley to Lordsley - - - : [2] Around Ashley - - - : [3] Ashley to Winnington, Knighton and Willoughbridge - - - : [4] Loggerheads to Mucklestone, Blor ...
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Usually walk once per month on a Sunday.


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Category Stoke-on-Trent

'All Perfect Paths of Perton Walks start from the car park of Perton Civic Centre.'


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Category Stafford

'With the Potteries as our base, we have the Staffordshire moors and Cheshire hills to the north, Cannock Chase to the south, Shropshire to the west and the Peak District to the east and north-east ...
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Doorstep Walks listed are: 1. Doxey Marshes and Tillington : - - : 2. Rising Brook to Stafford Castle : - - : 3. High House to Stafford Castle : - - : 4. Doxey to the Castle via Derrington : - - : ...
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Category Stafford

The monthly Sunday walks 'are generally about 5 to 7 miles and are designed for the family to participate in, which means that you do not have to be a mountaineer to take part ... All the walks are ...
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Category Tamworth

'What's also great about the City is that it is surrounded by fantastic walking country. A short 20 minute drive will take you deep into the stunning beauty of the Staffordshire Moorlands ...
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Category Stoke-on-Trent

'Through Wild about Tamworth (WAT), many valuable wildlife-rich sites have been designated as Local Nature Reserves, and the community conservation groups have made many improvements to make their ...
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Category Tamworth

'Needwood Forest was a large area of ancient woodland in Staffordshire which was largely lost at the end of the 18th century ... The forest was on extensive lands owned by the Berk ...
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'Like many authors, Bennett needed to do solitary thinking, usually doing this on what he called his "thinking walks". So follow in his footsteps, on an aptly named Thinking Walk, around B ...
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Category Stoke-on-Trent

'We hope you will take time to look out for the creatures, trees and plants that live here as you walk along the paths and enjoy stunning views across the reservoir. All of the flowers and plants y ...
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'Archaeological remains are well known across Cannock Chase ranging from prehistoric monuments to medieval iron workings. However, the most extensive archaeological remains, although perhaps not th ...
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Category Cannock Chase

'The walk begins at a local landmark - The Glacial Boulder - and continues across the heathland to the pine woodlands in Brindley Heath. The route takes you past the Visitor Centres at both Marquis ...
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Category Cannock Chase

'Cannock Chase Heritage Trail meanders for 10 miles through Cannock Chase District highlighting points of interest from times gone by. The trail itself can be accessed at any point, as it ...
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Category Cannock Chase

'The trail mainly follows public footpaths and other marked trails, including part of the Staffordshire Way, but visitors should note that some of these have steep sections and muddy, uneven terrai ...
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'One of twelve Trails in Community Forests which have been sponsored by The Timberland Clothing Company.'


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Category 0: 01-10 Miles

'These 4 walks around Fradley Junction are on towpaths (permissive access) and public footpaths through fields, with some sections on roads. There are several stiles and narrow gates and s ...
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Category Lichfield

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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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

'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

'Enjoy the walks - you may not be able to join us for a well deserved pint at the end of the virtual walk - but at least it won't be raining!'


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Category Stoke-on-Trent

'This is a strenuous dry weather (summer or autumn) walk of many slopes, effectively continuing the "up-down" of the Gritstone Trail through to Stoke-on-Trent. It is suitable for fit adult ...
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Walks in and Around Kings Bromley 'New editions of the four walks leaflets are now available in full colour, giving descriptions and illustrations of the original Walks in and Around Kings ...
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Category Lichfield

'Over 80 points of interest have been identified along the Trail. The points are split over 8 sections, plus an additional section on Lichfield City Centre attractions. Links will take you to a pag ...
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Category Lichfield

'Lichfield is Staffordshire's premier heritage city nestled in the heart of the country's most creative county, just north of Birmingham. Packed with things to do and see - from glory of L ...
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Category Lichfield

'Discover the best of the beautiful "White Peak" on a superb 46-mile walk across the heart of the Peak District National Park. The Limestone Way, named after the rock which was formed 300 ...
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'However, for those of us who actually know the Peak District well and actually pay attention and go walking, cycling, climbing and so on, here is the correct Manifold Trail information. The Manifo ...
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'The Manifold Way does not pass through any significant centres of population; indeed it was once described by a railway worker as a line that started in the middle of nowhere, and ended u ...
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'We have four established trails, varying from 500 m to 3 km (1.8 miles) in length. The Playmeadow trail has wheelchair and disabled access for part of the way. The Woodland trail ...
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Category Tamworth

'Mow Cop is often referred to as the home of primitive Methodism. The two founders of the movement were Hugh Bourne 1772-1852, and William Clowes 1780-1851. The first open air prayer meeti ...
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'Extends over 75 miles from the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to Beacon Hill Country Park in Leicestershire. You can walk it east to west or west to east, the choic ...
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Category Lichfield

'This is a fascinating walk at any time of year, with challenging terrain and a constantly changing landscape. From rough moorland scenery around Mow Cop the Way passes through the relics of coal m ...
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'Staffordshire has a varied countryside from farmland, parkland, moorland to Country Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a wealth of walks for you to discover. Explore the wonde ...
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Category Staffordshire

Links to: [1] Map of Rocester village - - - : [2] Nature walks - - - : [3] Village walks - - - : [4] Other walks


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'... The return journey takes you through Colton village then onto the Trent and Mersey Canal, crossing one of Brindley's aqueducts. A shortened route is also described, reducing the dista ...
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Category Cannock Chase

'The "saltways" were used to transport salt across the country and are believed to date back to pre-Conquest times. Saltersford Lane is thought to have linked Nantwich with Newcastle, Chea ...
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'A note of caution is that because the route is so little used, many paths are very overgrown and long trousers are a must!'


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'2012 saw the launch of 6 Library Local History Walks, circular walks from one of Staffordshire’s libraries in the District of South Staffordshire. The walks are inspired by the Walkin ...
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'As the name suggests South Staffordshire Railway Walk was originally part of the Wombourne Branch Line built between 1912 and 1925 by the Great Western Railway Company. However it was not ...
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'The Staffs and Worcester canal fell into decline and it was not until the 1960ies with the increasing popularity of pleasure boating that it became well used once again. It is very pretty along it ...
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Category Stafford

' We have a network of over 4000 kilometres of public paths in Staffordshire. There are three types of public path: Public Footpath These are for walkers only; Public Bridleway...
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Category Staffordshire

'There are three waymarked routes on the Tolkien Trail: [1] Tolkien Trail Cannock Chase - - - : [2] Tolkien Trail Great Haywood - - - : [3] Tolkien Trail Gypsy Green and Brocton Camp'


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Category Cannock Chase

'Easy accessibility for as many people as possible was an essential factor in determining the route, so the Way starts just to the north of Stoke-on-Trent and later runs close to the West Midlands ...
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'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

'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

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


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'The TVW will celebrate the Trent, its cities, towns and villages, wildlife and history, enhancing people’s well being, linking communities, attracting visitors and contributing to local economies ...
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Category 4: 101-200 Miles

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