News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

Mowing on the the National Trails
The Volunteer Newsletter and Task Diary shows the dates and locations of tasks taking place along The Ridgeway and Thames Path throughout March to ...
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If you are interested in planning an event on The Ridgeway National Trail we've some comprehensive event guidelines to help with the planning ...
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Have you completed The Ridgeway? If so, we'd love to know how you got on and find out your views of the experience (good and bad). Please give ...
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Flooded footbridge near Goring
The Ridgeway generally takes a higher route away from the areas of potential flooding however the section between Goring and Wallingford follows the ...
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Expansive view from The Ridgeway, near Upham, on a frosty day
 'Chilly winter walks are the best way to discover the diverse and fascinating British countryside', writes Mark Hedges, the editor of ...
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Two volunteers digging a hole in snowy ground to install a sign post
The Volunteer Newsletter and Task Diary shows the dates and locations of tasks taking place along The Ridgeway and Thames Path throughout January ...
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We’re always on the look-out for new volunteers.Volunteers perform a vital role in helping to maintain The Ridgeway National Trail. If you're ...
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Volunteers perform a vital role in helping to maintain The Ridgeway National Trail. If you're interested in volunteering download the volunteer ...
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