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Thames path Volunteers at Bondig Bank
Bondig Bank is a small patch of woodland on the banks of the Thames, a short walk upstream from the town of Marlow. The River Thames Society (...
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Chris and Professor Turnbull at Bury Down June 2019
This summer Bury Down is looking more colourful than previous years. There are blocks of flowers in the verges, including kidney vetch, ox-eye...
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18/06/2019
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Starting at Edale on Sunday 30th June, International Scoliosis Awareness, day Freya Firth-Robson is going to be walking the entire 268...
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If you haven't seen it already watchTony Robinson walking #thamespath, 'The Thames: Britain's Great River' mini-series Channel 5...
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Uffington surface before repair
Walkers, cyclists and horse riders can now look forward to using The Ridgeway near the famous Uffington White Horse thanks to repairs carried...
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Finish line in sight
It took 8 years but finally Bela Hatvany, aged 80, reached Overton Hill in April this year. Starting on Ivinghoe Beacon in October 2011, it has...
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Cyclists on The Ridgeway
Cycling and horse riding is a great way to explore the countryside and get some exercise. However, cyclists and horse riders cannot use the full...
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Yorkshire Wolds Way Hamper
We are delighted to have received the support of Yorkshire's Finest Hampers who have developed a special Yorkshire Wolds Way Hamper and...
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Hostel entrance
Breathing new life into the historic Earby Hostel, Matt Oddy has re-opened the doors to Glen Cottage after an intense renovation, offering...
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Amberley water tap
We are please to announce that the water taps at Washington and Amberley have been replaced and are now in good working order (as of 02/06/2019).
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