www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk/horse-riding/jack-mytton-way/

Distance (miles)100
Overview

'Shropshire's long distance bridleway (for use by those on foot, bicycle and horseback). Comprising over 100 miles of rural bridleways and quiet country lanes, this trail takes you through some of Shropshire's most beautiful and unspoilt countryside.'

Description from

Shropshire's Great Outdoors

out-of-the-loop.com/walks-by-county/east-sussex/jack-jill-and-ditchlin...

Category:Mid Sussex
Distance (miles)11
Overview

'A classic walk along the sharp, windy northern escarpment of the South Downs, starting with a climb to Clayton’s famous Windmills, then on to Ditchling Beacon’s fine views, before descending to the peaceful valley of the Ouse to end in historic Lewes.'

Description from

Out of the LOOP

www.janeaustensoci.freeuk.com/pages/branches/kent_tonbridge.htm

Distance (miles)2
Overview

'Jane Austen was born at Steventon in Hampshire on 16 December 1775 to George and Cassandra Austen. Her father had been born in Tonbridge in 1731, and there are many family links to the town ...'

Description from

The Jane Austen Society

www.janeaustentrail.org.uk

Category:East Hampshire
Distance (miles)4
Overview

'This website is all about the walking trail that links Chawton, where Jane Austen lived, to Alton where she often visited. The route of the trail is available on a free leaflet available locally or downloadable as a PDF.'

Description from

Alton Chamber Enterprises

www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/visiting/village-trails

Distance (miles)6
Overview

'This circular film and literature walk takes you to the places visited by Charlotte Bronte that appear in Jane Eyre. You can also recreate the famous scene from Pride & Prejudice "on location" above Stanage Edge and visit the grave of Robin Hood’s sidekick Little John. Explore a Romano-British village, Norman fort, historic church and breathtaking moors on the way.'

Description from

Village Trails [Peak District National Park]

www.letsgo.org.uk/walk/

Distance (miles)45
Overview

'The trail starts on the beautiful Chiltern Hills, which are reputed to be John Bunyan's delectable mountains. It continues through some of Bedfordshire's most attractive and scenic countryside taking in a variety of nostalgic places, full of interest and intrigue, connected with John Bunyan.'

www.clarecottage.org/5/the-john-clare-walk

Category:Epping Forest
Distance (miles)80
Overview

'With his remarkable story as inspiration the John Clare Walk recreates, “in the spirit of John Clare", the poet’s trek northwards from High Beach in Essex to Helpston, the village of Clare’s much loved first home and the site of Clare Cottage.'

Description from

John Clare Cottage

www.haydon-bridge.co.uk/docs/JohnMartin.pdf

Category:Tynedale
Distance (miles)11
Overview

'Born in Haydon Bridge, John Martin became the most popular artist of his day. His paintings are frequently based on biblical stories, reflecting his religious upbringing. They are set in dramatic landscapes, possibly inspired by the countryside of his youth. The Trail visits many of the places associated with John Martin ...'

Description from

Haydon Development Trust

www.visiteastlothian.org/activities/walking

Category:East Lothian
Distance (miles)134
Overview

'It is now possible to walk the length of the East Lothian coast, almost 73km from Edinburgh to the Borders, leaflets are available ... with the route broken down into shorter sections, with opportunities to link into other paths and circular walks along the coast. The routes now form part of the long distance walking and cycling route of the John Muir Way which stretches 134 miles or 215km across Scotland's heartland, running between Dunbar and Helensburgh in the west.'

Description from

East Lothian Council

See also

The John Muir Way [Scottish Natural Heritage]

www.southdevonramblers.com

Category:Torbay
Distance (miles)35
Overview

'Walking trail encompassing parts of Torbay, South Hams and Teignbridge ...'

Description from

South Devon Ramblers

www.essexhighways.org/getting-around/public-rights-of-way/essex-walks....

Category:Braintree
Distance (miles)9
Overview

'Links the towns of Braintree and Witham. It is linear and can be walked in either direction. The start/end point in both towns is the railway station. The walk also provides a link between two former railway lines, the Flitch Way (Braintree to Bishops Stortford) and the Blackwater Rail Trail (Maldon to Witham).'

Description from

Essex Highways

www.bathnes.gov.uk/services/streets-and-highway-maintenance/public-rig...

Overview

'The JLAF was established in July 2003 pursuant to a duty set out by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. Appointments to the JLAF are made so that there is a balance between landowner, user and other interests within the membership ... The JLAF's voluntary membership includes a variety of interests, including those of land managers, users and one Councillor from each authority involved .'

www.jonathanschofieldtours.com

Category:Manchester
Overview

'A list of public tours in Manchester and beyond. On other pages there are suggested private tours, gift vouchers and much more.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/bath

Overview

'In the early days many rich Sephardic Jews came to take the waters for their health and to effect easy introductions amongst high society in the social mix and informality of Bath that they could not obtain at home. Jewish visitors came from as early as 1730 and lodged for periods in Bath ... It is interesting to note that the pattern of settlement was very similar to that other spa town of Richmond in Surrey, in both period and type. Early Jews in both places were rich Sephardim who came with both health and social agendas to fulfill.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/bedford

Category:Bedford
Overview

'The Jewish community of Bedford was always a small but interesting community and this tour gives a good insight into their life and times as well as touching on wider aspects of Bedford's life and landmarks.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/brackley

Overview

'Brackley is a very small market town, in rural Northamptonshire, on the main road between Northampton and Oxford. Until after the War, the town was little larger than a large village, with a market place and 2 - 3,000 residents ...'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/bradford/

Category:Bradford
Overview

'Bradford has a proud history. It was the wool capital of the world (a trade which originated in Yorkshire in the 14th century, based on the Cistercians and their superior woolly sheep), and part of the cradle of the Industrial revolution - a city full of "Yorkshire grit". These are some of the titles that apply to Bradford. However, at first glance the Jewish connection to Bradford seems a strange one ...'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/brighton-and-hove

Category:Brighton & Hove
Overview

'This trail illustrates the fascinating and extensive Jewish Heritage of Brighton and Hove and demonstrates that it is among the most important Jewish heritage locations in the country. The trail falls into two linked trails - the Brighton Trail and the West Brighton and Hove Trail.

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/bury-st.-edmunds

Category:West Suffolk
Overview

'While the 20th and 21st centuries offer little evidence of any Jewish activity in Bury St Edmunds, Moyses Hall serves as a prominent reminder of the town's Jewish heritage and, today, the Hall and its museum are a key tourist attraction.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/canterbury

Category:Canterbury
Overview

'There is a rich Jewish history to be discovered in Canterbury both from the medieval and modern period. The sites of the medieval Jews are readily traceable and there are strong historical associations with more modern buildings such as the County Hotel ...'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/cheltenham

Category:Cheltenham
Overview

'Cheltenham remains an elegant and attractive town which continues to draw visitors from around the world for its fine buildings and ambiance. Most of the sites of Jewish interest lie around the centre of the town. The synagogue is of exceptional interest due to the acknowledged beauty and historical interest of its interior and should be visited ...'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/dover

Category:Dover
Overview

'The origins of the Dover Jewish community are surrounded in some mystery. The community may have begun in the medieval period, though the evidence is incomplete.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/gloucester

Category:Gloucester
Distance (miles)5
Overview

'Gloucester has an unexpected and fascinating Jewish history linked to the military and port history of the city ... '

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/guildford

Category:Guildford
Overview

'Until very recently, with little documentary evidence of its existence, the medieval Jews of Guildford would have merited little more than a footnote in a history of Anglo-Jewry. However, an exciting archaeological discovery in 1996 changed all that, when the remains of what’s believed to have been a 12th century synagogue were unearthed in the town.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/hull

Overview

'The history of Hull as a Jewish centre and transmigration port for Jews is a very important and intersting one. This tour of Jewish Hull has been researched and written by the Hull Jewish Archive Committee over the last two years and was launched as an attractive guide and map. We are very pleased that the Committee has kindly agreed to additionally place their trail on the JTrails web-site for personal enjoyment and research.'

Description from

Hull Jewish Archive Committee | National Anglo-Jewish Heritage Trail

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/leeds

Category:Leeds
Overview

'Leeds Historian, Murray Freedman, has written a history and trail of Jewish Leeds, and details its history from small beginnings in the early 19th century, to its height as one of the leading Anglo-Jewish communities. While Leeds has declined from its pre-War importance, it is still a leading Jewish center in England out-side of London and Manchester.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/lincoln

Category:Lincoln
Distance (miles)2
Overview

'Lincoln was, in the Middle Ages, one of the most important of the English Jewish communities In its heyday, in the late 12th century, it was second only to London in importance in both financial and population terms. It remained a prominent Jewish centre right up to the General Expulsion of the Jews in 1290. It had some notable scholars. Jews subsequently re-settled the City in very small numbers from the 18th century onwards. A new Jewish congregation was finally re-founded in 1992.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/northampton

Category:Northampton
Distance (miles)2
Overview

'One of the leading medieval communities in England, Northampton's Jews were given the boot in 1290. However, seven centuries later they would return to give the boot to Northampton.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/oxford

Category:Oxford
Overview

'Home to some of the most celebrated scholars and academics of all time, since the days of the Domesday Book, Jews have made a vital contribution to both Oxford the university and Oxford the town.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/ramsgate

Category:Thanet
Overview

'This Trail was the first ever Jewish heritage trail of Ramsgate, originally created in 2004.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/richmond-and-south-west-london

Overview

'While many would not immediately associate Richmond and its surrounds with a significant or even rich Jewish history it is replete with Jewish associations going back to the late 17th century ...'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/sheerness-and-blue-town

Category:Swale
Overview

'The Jewish heritage and history of Sheerness and Blue Town is fascinating and virtually unknown in this still remote part of England. The Jewish community in Blue Town grew up alongside the Naval Dock Yard during the Napoleonic Wars and echos of this past can still be detected in the western part of Blue Town next to the old Dock Wall.'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/stroud/places-of-interest

Category:Stroud
Overview

'Stroud's main claim to note has been as a woolen and worsted producing town in the west of England. The town lies quite dramatically on the steep flanks of a valley and is surprisingly remindful of one of the old woolen towns in the north of England ...'

www.jtrails.org.uk/trails/the-city-of-london

Category:City of London
Overview

'London has always been the center of Jewish life in this country and is the oldest place of Jewish settlement in England ... '

tfl.gov.uk/modes/walking/jubilee-greenway

Category:Westminster
Distance (miles)37
Overview

'Marks Her Majesty the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. This 37 mile walking and cycling route is exactly 60 kilometres long - one kilometre for each year of Her Majesty's reign.'

Description from

Transport for London

tfl.gov.uk/modes/walking/jubilee-walkway

Category:Westminster
Distance (miles)15
Overview

'Essential London — you really couldn’t be anywhere else. A classic collection of the capital’s most iconic landmarks awaits you ...'

Description from

Transport for London

www.yatetowncouncil.gov.uk/places-to-visit/yate-by-foot/

Distance (miles)16
Overview

'Links the Severn Way to the Cotswold Way and enters the Parish of Yate to the north of Yate Rocks, taking walkers through fields to Brimsham Park and then across to Sodbury Common. There are also footpaths around The Common, some of which suit wheelchair users and pushchairs. You can download a detailed Jubilee Way walking leaflet from South Gloucestershire Council via which you can download additional detailed maps of the area.'

Description from

Yate Town Council

www.choosehowyoumove.co.uk/walking-maps/

Category:Melton
Distance (miles)20
Overview

'Starts at Burrough Hill Country Park, taking in the rolling hills of High Leicestershire, through Melton Mowbray to Melton Country Park, then across open countryside to the beautiful Vale of Belvoir before ending at Brewer’s Grave.'

Description from

Choose How You Move

www.unitedutilities.com/about-us/recreation-sites/

Category:Bolton
Overview

'Enjoy a short stroll around Jumbles Reservoir in this pretty country park in Bolton. The park is set within the beautiful West Pennine Moors with a lovely waterside footpath around the reservoir. There are also good facilities with a visitor centre and cafe. The Park is located just a couple of miles north east of Bolton city centre, near to the Lancashire village of Chapeltown. If you have time you could continue your walk along the Witton Weavers Way to the nearby Wayoh Reservoir and Nature Reserve.'

Enjoy a short stroll around Jumbles Reservoir in this pretty country park in Bolton. The park is set within the beautiful West Pennine Moors with a lovely waterside footpath around the reservoir. There are also good facilities with a visitor centre and cafe.
The park is located just a couple of miles north east of Bolton city centre, near to the Lancashire village of Chapeltown. If you have time you could continue your walk along the Witton Weavers Way to the nearby Wayoh Reservoir and Nature Reserve. - See more at: http://www.gps-routes.co.uk/routes/home.nsf/RoutesLinksWalks/jumbles-country-park-walking-route#sthash.R74UU3KW.dpu
Description from

United Utilities

See also

Jumbles Country Park [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

mediafiles.thedms.co.uk/Publication/BH-GO/cms/pdf/BLGG%20Jurassic%20Wa...

Category:Bedford
Distance (miles)9
Overview

'Walk between Bromham, Oakley and Stevington highlighting the geological features of the Jurassic limestone landscape.'

Description from

Bedfordshire Geology Group

www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/councilservices/northamptonshire-highways/...

Category:Cherwell
Distance (miles)88
Overview

'Recreational walking route which travels the length of Northamptonshire and more! The termini are Banbury in Oxfordshire and Stamford in Lincolnshire, two historic market towns separated by beautiful undulating countryside lying over rocks from the Jurassic Age (145 - 195 million years old).'

Description from

Northamptonshire Highways

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