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Newcastle-under-Lyme

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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'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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'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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'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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'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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'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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