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Popping out for a quick saunter around the block sounds easy to achieve, but if you have a mental or physical illness or disability even getting...
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A badly eroded access road to a popular South Pembrokeshire beauty spot has recently been restored, greatly benefitting locals and visitors....
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Three walking information panels have been launched which will provide visitors and walkers with information about the Pembrokeshire Coast Path...
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Communities along the English–Welsh border are encouraging walkers to experience an ‘Irresistible Offa’ with the help of a...
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The National Trust, Surrey County Archaeological Unit and a group of volunteers teamed up recently to investigate an unidentified military...
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The Kent Downs AONB Unit are pleased to announce that the Management Plan 2014 - 2019 has been adopted by all the Local Authorities with land in...
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Cotswold Way fingerpost on the Bruce Trail
This year, the Cotswold Way has twinned with the Bruce Trail in Ontario, Canada as a mark of friendship and international cooperation between...
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In June 2013 the Cotswold Way Wardens met at the new end marker in Bath for their annual social event. These heroes in green are each...
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Waymarker between Hayle and Godrevy. Photo by Stephen Tew
The sand dunes of west Cornwall attract thousands of local walkers and tourists every year, but with the traditional wooden Coast Path...
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Why not get out and about this summer and combine a family walk on the South West Coast Path with a host of other old-fashioned childhood...
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