News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

Now, more than ever, is the time to show your support for The Ridgeway.Unfortunately, the annual grant from central government to England's ...
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Chris and Professor Turnbull at Bury Down June 2019
This summer Bury Down is looking more colourful than previous years. There are blocks of flowers in the verges, including kidney vetch, ox-eye daisy ...
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Uffington surface before repair
Walkers, cyclists and horse riders can now look forward to using The Ridgeway near the famous Uffington White Horse thanks to repairs carried out ...
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Finish line in sight
It took 8 years but finally Bela Hatvany, aged 80, reached Overton Hill in April this year. Starting on Ivinghoe Beacon in October 2011, it has proven ...
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Cyclists on The Ridgeway
Cycling and horse riding is a great way to explore the countryside and get some exercise. However, cyclists and horse riders cannot use the full length ...
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View of Lodge Hill by Anna Dillon
UPDATE: ONLINE BOOKINGS ARE NO LONGER BEING TAKEN. ON SATURDAY 29TH JUNE IT IS POSSIBLE TO TURN UP ON THE DAY AND LOOK ROUND THE EXHIBITION FOR FREE. ...
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The Ridgeway through the World Heritage Site near Avebury will NOT open to the public driving cars and motorbikes this summer - usually people ...
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Muddy Ridgeway National Trail near Gore Hill, West Berkshire in December 2002
Some people may remember the days, over ten years ago, when The Ridgeway was a popular place to drive a car or motorbike ‘off-road’ – ...
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Lumps and bumps of Uffington hillfort, Oxon
With a history dating back to prehistoric times, there is a lot yet to discover about The Ridgeway's history and excitingly there are two ...
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Here’s our winter newsletter full of stories about inspiring people and also ideas for your adventures in 2019:pubs along ...
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