News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

23/04/2015
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After a long wait, the Cotswold Way Hall of Fame is back.Completing the Cotswold Way National Trail is an achievement worthy of recognition, and the ...
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Stumps Cross
For years walkers on the Cotswold Way at Stumps Cross near Stanway must have wondered how it got its name. Its position marks a crossroads which was ...
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Winchcombe wire
Several people reported  that dogs had been injured by barbed wire on the ground along the Cotswold Way between Vineyard Street and Corndean ...
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English Tourism Week is a week-long celebration of events from 14 -22 March showcasing the quality and vibrancy of the visitor experiences and the ...
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With summer and sunshine just around the corner, Cotswolds Conservation Board in partnership with Cotswolds Tourism are launching a photo competition ...
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Cotswold Way Closed
From 9th March 2015 for a period of around four weeks, bank stabilisation works will be carried out on a stretch of footpath between Cam Long Down ...
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Essex Scouts
A group of Scouts based in both Corringham and Stanford-Le-Hope, in Essex, are planning to walk the entire length of the Cotswold Way during their ...
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Winchcombe Walking Festival
For the second time this popular and friendly Walking Festival has been honoured with a Silver Award, this time in the Best Event category. In 2011 ...
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The Cotswold Way is not just a long distance path for long distance walkers. A short walk anywhere along its length will lead you right to the heart ...
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Royal George, Birdlip
Forestry works will be taking place on and near the Cotswold Way in Peak Plantation near Cheltenham as of today.The works will consist of thinning ...
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