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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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'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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'Wildlife thrives on the wilder areas of coast like Anderby Creek in the Read More...

'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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'... 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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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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'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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'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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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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