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East Riding of Yorkshire

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'Most walkers start and finish at Pocklington, a pleasant market town with plenty of eating and drinking establishments, and some overnight accommodation. Pocklington is situated about a mile n ...
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'Meetings of the Joint Local Access Forum are held on a quarterly basis and are advertised in advance. The locations of the meetings are varied to allow people ...
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'Local people are given the resources and skills necessary to improve the condition of their rights of way and to keep them open and in use. One hundred percent grants are paid to parishes ...
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Details of these Walks: [1] Bunny Hill / Hotham Carr - - - : [2] Beverley Commons - - - : [3] Newbald / Big Hill - - - : [4] Huggate / Frendal Dale - - - : [5] Fridaythorpe / Pluckham - - - : [ ...
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'On his death in 1958, Fred bequeathed a large collection of his paintings, together with a selection by his wife, to Beverley Art Gallery. With the support of Beverley Civic Socie ...
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'The route follows streets and paths to the cliff top towards Sewerby. From here on the navigation couldn't be simpler - just keep the sea on your right until you reach Filey. Between Speeton a ...
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'The route can be walked as a challenge route in a single day or can be divided into two or three linear sections. It can be started at any point and walked in either direction. Short detours c ...
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'The "Howden 20" was devised by members of the Goole and District Rambling Club. You can collect a badge and certificate when you complete the walk.'


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'Howdenshire was a wapentake and a liberty of England, lying around the town of Howden in the East Riding of Yorkshire. In the Saxon period, the district was under the control ...
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'As well as being along the Yorkshire Wolds Way, this walk follows part of the Hudson Way, a long distance walk named for George Hudson "The Railway King" who fell from grace ...
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'This is an ideal winter walk on the Wolds using grassy dales, the Haywold Bridle Road and farm roads to the south of Huggate. The route crosses several minor roads, all of which provide al ...
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'The North Yorkshire Wolds is an area of chalky uplands north of the Humber, reaching a height of some 800 ft. The area is bounded on the west by the Vale of York, on the north by the ...
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'Pocklington Beck is a mere distraction on the return but I would include a detour through the impressive grounds of Kilnwick Percy (now a Buddhist retreat) and certainly spend time ex ...
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'Enjoy a quiet walk along the towpath ... It can be uneven in places and muddy in wet weather, so bring suitable shoes or boots. Don't forget your camera and binoculars.'


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'Our predominantly rural area includes the land from York to the east coast, and from the River Humber up to the North York Moors National Park. "Derwent" refers to the southern part of Nor ...
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'As an introduction to the 15 self guided Heritage Walks in the area, we have created a special 6 mile guided heritage walk. Our guide will entertain you with stories about the ups and downs of ...
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'Walking or strolling at Spurn is very easy, as there are no hills. There are various sign posted paths up and down the point. For the fit a complete walk round the whole point is abou ...
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'A website which helps you to enjoy the varied countryside of East Yorkshire. Whether you’re an experienced walker or just fancy a Sunday stroll, you'll find a route to suit your needs.'


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