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Durdle Door, Dorset on the South West Coast Path

National Trails News

The National Trail Volunteers were awarded the River Thames Society Shield for 2013 at the Society’s AGM at The River and Rowing Museum in...
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Captain Cook's Monument
With a good weather forecast for the next three days, why not consider getting out and enjoying Spring on the Cleveland Way?  Of course...
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Tracker Pack leaflet cover
Now we have some decent and warmer weather with us, why not think about taking out one of our Tracker Packs for a fun filled adventure on the...
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 The section of Trail through Llandegla Forest in Denbighshire is now clear of trees and open and useable again.Sorry for any inconvience...
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 Take care on the Coast Path - it's rugged, natural terrain. Please follow the Coast Path Safety Code:Keep to the path, away from cliff...
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17/04/2014
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Completed resurfacing work near jack & Jill Windmills, Clayton, West Sussex.
The flood waters have now receded, the mud is drying up and all the planned surface improvement works are complete. This means that all the...
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Samples from Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust excavations on a stretch of the dyke have been radiocarbon dated to the second half of the 6th...
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Blakeney boats
We have great pleasure in advising that the Blakeney to Cley section of the Norfolk Coast Path National Trail will be open for business as usual...
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Circular walk sign
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...
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Flood bank 10 February 2014
Work is progressing on the Blakeney to Cley floodbank. The dry weather is certainly helping. The Environment Agency have completed levelling the...
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