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Visit of HRH Princess Royal to Cleveland Way
Crowds came out to welcome Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal to Redcar & Cleveland on Friday 19 July.Princess Anne visited the...
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Lost and Found
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...
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The LOOPY Walkers are undertaking their final fundraising Challenge – walking the length of the River Thames from its source (in the...
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We're becoming more active on social media and have set up our Thames Path National Trail Facebook page. It would be great if you would...
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Our new Thames Path leaflet - is an interactive PDF with links to lots to see and places to visit along the whole length of the Trail.
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Runnymede Memorial
Jon Maxwell, an American visitor to the UK, recently sent us this short account of his walk along the Thames. Few rivers in the world...
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Last June, Harry started his walk along the Thames Path National Trail. Two hundred miles is a challenging distance for any person to walk but...
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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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