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A coastal view from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Trail Blogs

Steve Westwood
Last weekend I took part in the Spine Challenge – 108 miles of the Pennine Way from Edale to Hawes with 60 hours. Along with its bigger...
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16/01/2015
Offa's Dyke Path
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Chirk Castle has been occupied as a castle and stately home fornearly 700 years. The area was awarded to Roger Mortimer, who was the Justice of...
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24/12/2014
South Downs Way
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The run up to Christmas is always busy. There is a rush to get projects finished off and loose ends tied up before everyone breaks up and lets...
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12/12/2014
Offa's Dyke Path
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Within my 'Alot to Offa' blogs, I will be picking a special location along the Trail each time and giving you a bit of background about...
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05/12/2014
Thames Path
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Hi - just a brief introduction- I’ve been working on the operations delivery side of the Thames Path for the last few years overseeing the...
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05/12/2014
The Ridgeway
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Hi GuysBrief intro to myself - over the last few years I’ve been overseeing the operational works to both The Ridgeway and Thames Path. On...
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02/12/2014
Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path
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A view from the new coastal access route Sea Palling to Weybourne
A few words to introduce myself as the new National Trail Officer.I have spent some time getting to know Norfolk’s National Trail, dare I...
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Some days I feel like a Dinosaur. I've spent much of my last 25 years working to manage trails - which when reduced to is simplest is to...
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25/11/2014
South Downs Way
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Eastbourne start finger post
One thing I love about this job is that no two days are the same and I’m always involved in a wide variety of things; you certainly couldn...
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As part of the planned celebrations for the Pennine Ways 50th anniversary next year a new start point at Edale is being constructed. Its...
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