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 Check out this news item to see what the National Trail Officer has been busy with this weekend: http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/offas...
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 Its been a busy and varied couple of weeks for me on the Offa's Dyke Path, but thats whats makes a National Trail Officers job so...
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 January has started here on the Offa's Dyke Path, very similar to how 2015 finished, rain ,rain and yet more rain. Currently though...
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Great to be out of the office on such a great spring day, and a list of things to do here on the northern section of Trail in Powys (...
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Chirk Castle has been occupied as a castle and stately home fornearly 700 years. The area was awarded to Roger Mortimer, who was the Justice of...
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Within my 'Alot to Offa' blogs, I will be picking a special location along the Trail each time and giving you a bit of background about...
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22/10/2014
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Autumn is fabulous time of the year to be out on the Trail walking, especially good this year following such a good summer and september, with...
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23/07/2014
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HistoryPoints Offa’s Dyke Path – guest blog by Rhodri ClarkThere’s no escaping history when you walk the Offa’s Dyke...
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The new Offa's Dyke Path Hall of Fame has now just gone live on the website  http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/offas-dyke-path/hall-of-...
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Alongside the (lower) River Wye between Brockweir and Bigsweir in Gloucestershire. This section was also affected by a landslip in December 2012...
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