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Plymouth

'The Heritage Trail is way-marked by over 70 numbered and themed Devonport Plaques ... The way- marked route follows public highways and byways and involves walking alongside and crossing several b ...
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'The Cemetery is valued by Plymothians, not only as a place of burial and remembrance, steeped in history, but also as a haven of peace, tranquillity and quiet recreation. Here it is possible to co ...
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'A series of 13 bronze plaques have been installed along a section of the Laira shore to provide a heritage trail. There are three Trail plaques to be found either side of Laira Bridge. The main se ...
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Bodies to which statutory advice can be given include: [1] Any parish, county, unitary, district or borough council with its area - - - : [2] Read More...

'We walk regularly on Sundays, Wednesdays and in the Summer on Thursday evenings. There are often two walks on Sundays and Wednesdays one being up to 10 miles and the other a longer or more strenuo ...
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'Sutton Harbour is the birthplace of the modern City of Plymouth. This walk follows the Heritage Trail around the Harbour, passing through centuries of fascinating history. Sutton Harbour ...
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'The Tamar Valley Discovery Trail follows the courses of two rivers. In order to cross these rivers you will need to be armed with certain bits of information before you head out onto the ...
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