National Trails News

Lands End

National Trails News

Many people plan their Pennine Way adventures over the winter period, and this may affect Trail users in the early summer of 2020.  If you...
Read full article
Humber bridge
We are pleased to report that the closure of the Hessle Foreshore length of the Yorkshire Wolds Way is now not due to take place until at least...
Read full article
If you are planning to walk the Pennine Way in 2020 it may be useful to know a little about the accommodation options for the final leg of the...
Read full article
Cyclists raising money for local causes (Uptonogood 2019)
To help us develop our Ridgeway Riding Route project, the Ridgeway Officer has opened an online survey inviting people to share their ideas....
Read full article
Flooding possible upstream
River levels are high on the River Thames upstream of Oxford. Flooding of low lying roads and land is possible close to the river. It is likely...
Read full article
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...
Read full article
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...
Read full article
abandoned caravan
Unfortunately the entrance to Knapton Woods, north of Wintringham on the Yorkshire Wolds Way has been obstructed by a caravan and any...
Read full article
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...
Read full article
'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...
Read full article

Subscribe to our mailing list