News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

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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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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Circular walk marker
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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11/11/2014
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The marker
The new end marker unveiled! Read on to see the pictures On Saturday 10th November despite torrential rain, 20 people and three ...
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27/10/2014
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Iain Cotton painting in the letters
Iain has spent the past week carrying out finishing touches to the Chipping Campden marker stone and it is now ready to install! Read on ...
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409 letters later
After weeks of painstakingly carving 409 letters, the North Marker is nearly ready for installation...
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