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Durdle Door, Dorset on the South West Coast Path

National Trails News

If you are planning a journey along the Pennine Bridleway on horseback read on...I was recently made aware of a fabulous group of 3 ladies, who...
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Volunteers by the newly installed gate_Shiplake_Apr 2015
You may have noticed as you walk up and down the Thames how few stiles there are – we only have 2 left in the upper reaches. That's...
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Walkers at Old Winchester Hill
9 new circular walks and rides have been added to the South Downs Way pages of National Trail website. They range from 3 to 14 miles, with...
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Ranger at Whitby's 199 steps
Visitors to Whitby have something new to sink their teeth into with the creation of two mobile apps that bring to life the maritime folklore and...
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Farnham Start
Happy to announce the installation of the start sculptural sign at Farnham has been completed. Many thanks for Surrey County Council and Utopis...
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National Trails are now a 'Good Cause' with Easyfundraising.org.uk. This meens that you can raise money for National Trails by simply...
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Start of the friendship trail
A brand-new circular walk has just been opened on the Cotswold Way, linking two of the world’s most iconic walking routes. Back at...
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70-year-old Roger Barrett who is registered blind walked the entire Pembrokeshire Coast Path recently and is encouraging people of all abilities...
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Volunteers making Thames Path signs
If you've enjoyed being close to the river and walking the Thames Path, you can help us to maintain and enhance our National Trail. We face...
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A new sculpture will be installed in October 2015 to mark the start point of the North Downs Way in Farnham, Surrey. Designed and built in...
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