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St Albans

'The Woodland Trust completed the purchase of Heartwood Forest on 30th September 2008. The Trust had been searching for a large scale woodland creation project for a number of yea ...
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'... On Thursdays we usually provide 2 walks, one walk of between 4 and 5.5 miles and a longer walk of up to 7 miles. Our Sunday walks are longer, usually between 9 and 12 miles and we have a break ...
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'There are four distinct walks, each specially designed to start and finish from a different station on the branch, which are called the "Abbey Flyer walks". Why not catch the Abbey Flyer and give ...
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'The Alban Way does not just serve as a transport route for people, but also as a green corridor for plants and animals. Many bird, insect and mammal species can be found. If you look care ...
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'Two Trails of nine 'Holes' each. For the First 'Allow approx 45 minutes at a stroll'; for the Second 'Allow approx 2 hours at a stroll'.


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[1] Woodland and Wood Sculptures - - - : [2] Tea on High with St Christopher - - - : [3] St Albans Heritage Tree Trail - - - : [4] Rhododendron Walk - - - : [5] Snowdrop Walk - - - : [6] Daffodil W ...
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'The Ver Valley Society exists to protect and promote all aspects of the River Ver and its valley. We have nearly 200 members and are always pleased to welcome new ones. The Society was or ...
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The Trails 'aim to highlight the amazing local history of this district and encourage people to get out there and enjoy it. All of the walks start at the free parking in the centre of Wheathampstea ...
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