News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

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A Sony Xperia phone was between Long Cam Down and Dursley on 13th September 2019, please if you have found this let us know as the person who this ...
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Photo of the cleared path
Even the recent heat wave has not stopped our wonderful voluntary wardens from keeping the Cotswold Way passable, despite the efforts of nature.These ...
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Found 2 items on the Cotswolds Way. 1 x Leki walking pole found near Dyrham Park which was left with the Parish Hall in Cold Ashton for safe ...
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Fallen tree
Throughout the year in all weathers you will find our trained Volunteer Wardens busy along stretches of the Cotswold Way and associated circular ...
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There will be a section of the Cotswold Way temporarily closed for water main installment works along a stretch of the Stroudwater Canal ...
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Walking in the Cotswolds provides a wealth of choices with gentle strolls, hilly hikes and a variety of circular walks including many level, stile-free ...
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The Cotswold Way is accessible all year round, so why not walk off Christmas lunch along one of the circular walks along the trail.  Our ...
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FUNDRAISER TO EMBARK ON NEW MAMMOTH TREK FOR MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORTFundraiser, Rob Bryan, will be back in his walking boots this December in a bid ...
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The Cotswold Way Association is a registered charity established in 2016 to support improvement work along the Cotswold Way National Trail and ...
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The Cotswold Way follows its'original route again through Lineover Wood, as the hornets nest is no longer active during the winter months. Enjoy ...
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