Cleveland Way Accommodation & Information Guide 2017 - Campsites & Hostels

Cleveland Way Accommodation & Information Guide 2017 - Campsites & Hostels

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Cleveland Way
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New for 2017 this booklet gives information on facilities available and the range of campsites and hostels along the route. In addition there are contact numbers for pubs, shops and doctors along the Trail.
Cleveland Way Accommodation & Information Guide 2017 - Campsites & Hostels

Cleveland Way Accommodation & Information Guide 2017 - B&B’s, Guest Houses, Hotels and Hostels

Cleveland Way Accommodation & Information Guide 2017 - B&B’s, Guest Houses, Hotels and Hostels

Trail:
Cleveland Way
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New for 2017 this booklet gives information on facilities available and a wide range of hotels, bed and breakfast and hostels along the route. In addition there are contact numbers for pubs, shops and doctors along the Trail. Updated July 2017.

Cleveland Way Accommodation & Information Guide 2017 - B&B’s, Guest Houses, Hotels and Hostels

Cleveland Way National Trail leaflet

Cleveland Way National Trail leaflet

Trail:
Cleveland Way
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4.23Mb
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The official leaflet for the Cleveland Way National Trail.

Cleveland Way National Trail leaflet

Pennine Way National Trail leaflet

Pennine Way National Trail leaflet

Trail:
Pennine Way
Filesize:
6Mb
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The official Pennine Way leaflet, published in 2017.

Pennine Way National Trail leaflet

North Downs Way (Aurum)

North Downs Way (Aurum)

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The official guide for the North Downs Way written by Colin Saunders. This new edition has been re-written and re-designed from beginning to end, to include a wealth of new information, and to turn a scenic walk into a truly educative and enlightening experience. It contains Ordnance Survey mapping at 1:25000 scale.

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https://shop.nationaltrail.co.uk/collections/official-guidebooks/products/north-downs-way?variant=10273508549
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Path Closure on Humber Estuary length

Path Closure on Humber Estuary length

17th July 2018

Unfortunately the path section running along the Humber Foreshore between the Country Park Inn and North Ferriby has had to close for investigation works due to bank slippage.  This is expected to take ten to twelve weeks (from 16th July 2018) and it is being carried out by Construction Marine Limited on behalf of Network Rail.

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Humber Bridge

Dorchester and Little Wittenham

Dorchester and Little Wittenham

Route type: Circular and Linear Walks

The Thames Path at Dorchester and Little Wittenham.

 

View of the Thames from Wittenham Clumps
Thames Path crossing the mouth of the Thame

Ridgeway closed at Chequers, near Aylesbury, for a few days

Ridgeway closed at Chequers, near Aylesbury, for a few days

12th July 2018

For security reasons, The Ridgeway footpath across the Chequers estate, near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, is closed Thursday 12th July and Friday 13th July. Other rights of way and roads in the area may also be closed. We don’t think the closure will continue into the weekend but we cannot be sure. Signs have been put up in the area.

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Wynch Bridge closed

Wynch Bridge closed

Route type: Diversion

Wynch Bridge is closed for emergency repairs. You cannot cross the Tees at Wynch Bridge at the moment. If you need access to Bowlees you will need to cross at Scoberry Bridge (if heading from the east) or Holwick Head if heading from the west. 

This does not affect the Pennine Way, which stays on the south side of the river. It is only an issue if you are planning to cross the Tees to access accommodation or other services, inlcuding the car park and cafe at Bowlees. 

Wynch Bridge

Wynch Bridge Closed

Wynch Bridge Closed

12th July 2018

Wynch Bridge has been closed for emergency repairs since Friday 6 July. At the moment we don not know how long the closure will be.  All the public rights of way, other than the bridge itself, are still open, including the Pennine Way, but there is no direct access between Bowlees and the Pennine Way over the Tees. 

There are diversions via the existing rights of way, with Scoberry Bridge the nearest crossing.  These are signed on the ground.  

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Wynch Bridge - Durham County Council
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