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03/07/2015
South Downs Way
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Some may have noticed I didn't blog last week. Well I've been on holiday with my young family and then been off work ill. What that...
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Back in 1965 and aged only 15, probably the last fact I considered was being one member of probably the youngest group of four schoolboy...
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12/06/2015
South Downs Way
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This week has defiantly been one of variety which is one of my favourites.  Monday started with usual office work and responding to emails...
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05/06/2015
South Downs Way
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This week has seen nice weather along the South Downs Way, but unfortunately I’ve spent too much time in the office! There’s always...
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04/06/2015
Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path
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The Wilson clan.
Half term arrived and we went to the National Trail between Blakeney and Morston for the family constitutional walk.The weather was really quite...
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29/05/2015
South Downs Way
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Although the week has been short, thanks to the Bank holiday it’s been a busy one. Monday I was looking at surface improvements and future...
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22/05/2015
South Downs Way
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Cow Slips out next the the South Downs Way near Firle Beacon
What a crazy few weeks! So busy that this poor blog has been neglected!  No more, a slot has been added to by diary each Friday to try and...
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Thames Path Completion CertificateCongratulations!If you have completed all or a part of the Thames Path we'd love to hear how you got on...
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13/05/2015
Pennine Way
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Filming in Swaledale
I love the Pennine Way, I looked after it for several years and will always have a deep affection for it, so when I was asked by ITV if I would...
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I still keep one bit of kit in my rucksack that goes back to my 1965 trip up the Pennine Way. It's a small blue, plastic container with a...
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