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The Thames Path National Trail is a great way to enjoy the countryside beside the river, but is often very narrow. This makes it difficult for...
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reading the Landscape poster
The wonderful Reading the Landscape Exhibition starts at The Treasure House in Beverley from Saturday 7 March 2020 and runs through till 6...
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Sandycombe Lodge, Turner's House
The artist J. M. W. Turner, who features on the new £20 note launched today (20 February) lived near the Thames at Twickenham. Take...
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There's lots of surface water on the path at the moment due to the recent wet weather – Please take care!The area around Park Broom...
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Humber bridge
We now understand that the Hessle Foreshore length between the Country Park Inn at Hessle and North Ferriby is due to close on 9th March 2020...
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The Pennine Bridleway has a new leaflet, an upgrade on the last one published in 2008 – before most of the route was open!It provides a...
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The essential maintenance work on the High Peak Trail at Hopton Tunnel has been completed ahead of schedule and the Trail is now open.Great work...
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Here's a great challenge for businesses and organisations.  The RSPCA Hull & East Riding have set up a Corporate Challenge for...
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Due to works being carried out on a riverside bank collapse alongside the Wye near Bigsweir House. The riverside route of the Offa's...
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When you're planning a winter walk along the Thames Path - particularly in the upper reaches near the source and down to Oxford - ...
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