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The National Trail has been advised that the ancient Oak tree "Majesty" featured in the recent Channel 4 programme "Britain...
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Our adverturous NHS retirement fellowship recently completed the Surrey section of the Trail and tip toed into Kent. Our scribe Pam Bulman picks...
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On 18th November 2016 a new surfaced traffic-free cycle / pedestrian route will be opened connecting the edge of petersfield to Queen...
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Pennine Way start plaque
There are currently two events planned on the Pennine Way in 2017. The Spine Race from 15th - 22nd January, from Edale to Kirk Yetholm, and...
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Here at National Trails, we’ve partnered with Joules to support their latest Welly Walks campaign. The campaign aims to get families, dog...
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Ranger with certificate
Celebrate your achievement with a new completion certificate!There is now a range of options available to impress friends and family. A high-...
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Pennine Way Ranger with certificate
Commemorate the walk of a lifetime!Walking 268 miles across moors and bogs along Britain’s toughest and oldest National Trail – and...
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Cover of new "Walks on South Downs Way by Bus and Trail" booklet
The 100 mile South Downs Way National Trail just became bite-sized with the launch of a new free guide breaking it into easily accessible day...
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Work is underway to improve  the surface of this 230 metre section of the South Downs Way just outside of Exton village,...
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Wainstones
The Cleveland Hills are widely seen as one of the "jewels" of the Cleveland Way.  Walking them offers stunning views in all...
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