News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

Rick's family and friends
 Rick Charles, Cotswold Way Volunteer Warden, died 21stJuly 2013 aged 59. He was a trained Solicitor who loved flying, airplanes and the natural ...
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Shire House
A range of new camping pods have just been unveiled at the National Star College on the Cotswold Way near Crickley Hill. Ideally situated for a locally ...
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Looking for a different challenge for 2014? Why not consider walking the Cotswold Way National Trail in just 5 days and raise money homeless charity ...
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Painswick Beacon
The Cotswold Way National Trail now has its very own circular ‘Wonder Walk’ following its success in being nominated as one of the Seven ...
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Tyndale Monument, North Nibley
Due to a significant landslip a section of the Cotswold Way near North Nibley has been diverted.The path leading up the steep slope to the north of ...
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Volunteers on the Cotswold Way
The Cotswold Way is supported, patrolled and largely maintained by a team of dedicated volunteers. Recently they have taken on even more responsibility ...
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Cotswold Way fingerpost on the Bruce Trail
This year, the Cotswold Way has twinned with the Bruce Trail in Ontario, Canada as a mark of friendship and international cooperation between our ...
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In June 2013 the Cotswold Way Wardens met at the new end marker in Bath for their annual social event. These heroes in green are each responsible ...
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