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Area: Teesside

Walking the Dene 'The Dene is a wild world of constant change, where severe weather can cause landslips and falling trees. It is therefore not advisable to visit during severe weather. The ...
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Category Hartlepool

'Guisborough is a great place for a family day out. If you climb the heights of Highcliff Nab or Hanging Stone on a fine day you will be rewarded by fantastic views over Teeside and the coast.'


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Details of these nine Reserves: [1] Greatham Beck - - - : [2] Greatham Creek - - - : [3] Hart to Haswell Walkway - - - : [4] Hart Warren Dunes - - - : [5] Seaton Common and Dunes - - - : [6] Spion ...
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Category Hartlepool

Mission 'To provide members with the opportunities to enjoy rambling within the countryside, in the spirit of group friendship.'


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Category Hartlepool

'We hold Group Meetings every second Thursday in the month at The Fox Covert, top of Leven Bank, near Yarm at 8.00 pm, the numbers of members attending the meetings varies between 15-25 me ...
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'The greatest contribution the site makes is to the quality of life of local people. It is valued as a place for quiet reflection and informal contact with wildlife.'


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Category Middlesbrough

'The borough of Redcar & Cleveland is a unitary authority area in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England consisting of Redcar, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Guisborough, and ...
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'A public footpath runs through the entire length of the reserve and provides good opportunities to see all that the reserve has to offer ... To walk the length of the public footpath and back with ...
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'The Club was founded in 1952, a year in which King George VI died, Winston Churchill was Prime Minister, Britain was at war in Korea, and sugar was still rationed. There was no waymarking of walks ...
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Category Stockton-on-Tees

'The table of maps show the route of the England Coast Path along this stretch of coast and the adjoining land that is coastal margin, as approved by the Secretary of State on 18 July 2013 ...
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Category Hartlepool

'If you have the time - up to 2 hours - the very best way to explore and understand the Headland is by finding and following the Headland Story Trail. The trail is marked by 18 different i ...
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Category Hartlepool

Portrack Marsh 'The current site is owned and managed by Tees Valley Wildlife Trust and Northumbrian Water as a nature reserve. The site is popular for birdwatching and v ...
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Category Middlesbrough

'The leaflets are packed with information, pictures and maps to guide walkers around many of the interesting, historical features still evident today. Each leaflet contains a map of the area, a sta ...
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Category Stockton-on-Tees

'Groundwork NE have been successful in securing funding under Natural Englands’ Access to Nature funding programme, with match funding from Groundwork North East and Stockton Boro ...
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Category Stockton-on-Tees

'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

'The route loops round Middlesbrough Dock and past the new Middlesbrough College and then continues along Bridge Street East and back to the historic town centre.'


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Category Middlesbrough

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