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No more wading through deep water on the South Downs Way above Buriton in Hampshire. The very deep water filled hole that had previously blocked...
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Those of you who have walked on the Cotswold Way in wet weather as it climbs above the recreation ground in Weston will probably remember the...
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As part of our ongoing work with Canterbury City Council new signs have been installed for the major walking and cycling routes in and around...
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Following final negotiations with landowners, the Thames Path National Trail has a new route between Upper Inglesham and Inglesham open for...
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Some much-needed surface maintenance is taking place on the South Downs Way near Littleton Farm, Upwaltham, West Sussex. The section of trail...
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A short section of the South Downs Way between Deans Barn and Coulters Dean barn (above Buriton Village) has become very rutted with some large...
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City of London looking downstream, evening light
The Thames Path National Trail offers a choice of walking routes through London either side of the River Thames from Teddington to Island...
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Time for hedgerows full of berries, a season of mists and.... The Ridgeway Autumn newsletter! In this issue:• Bill Bailey takes to The...
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Yorkshire Wolds Way sign
There is a fresh supply of old finger blades for sale in the National Trails Shop.  The signs have all spent a number of years out marking...
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Walkers Cairn before
Prehistoric burial monuments or barrows, dating from the Bronze Age 3-4,000 years ago, are a very distinctive and relatively common feature of...
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