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Flooding possible upstream
River levels remain high on the River Thames upstream of Oxford. Flooding of low lying roads and land is possible close to the river. It is...
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A contribution from the organisers of the Spine Race has helped the National Trust to repair 400 metres of a much loved section of the Pennine...
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I'm afarid that following on from heavy rainfall, The Thames Path has a number of flood warnings, but especially around the Upper Reaches in...
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abandoned caravan
Unfortunately the entrance to Knapton Woods, north of Wintringham on the Yorkshire Wolds Way has been obstructed by a caravan and any...
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David Rubinstein
On 21st September 2019 a Memorial Meeting was held at the Friargate Quaker Meeting House in York to celebrate the life of David Rubinstein, who...
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Following work on Hopton tunnel this spring essential resurfacing work will be carried out on the High Peak Trail from Intake Lane to Hopton...
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'LOOPY'  Walkers standing by the Thames Path near the Barrier
On 7th September, the “LOOPY Walkers” completed their third and final fundraising challenge – walking 184 miles of the River...
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walkers on Yorkshire Wolds Way
Why not join in World Car Free day this Sunday 22 September, with a walk on the wonderful Yorkshire Wolds Way? There are sections that you can...
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Taking a break on a bike ride
Cyclists can enjoy riding the Trail from Avebury to Goring-on-Thames but, from Goring to Ivinghoe through the Chilterns, there are footpath...
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Lost and Found - Copyright 2002 - 2019 © Clipart.info
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...
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