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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1.9Mb
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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

Section between Park Broom and Crosby now open

Section between Park Broom and Crosby now open

13th October 2018

We are pleased to announce that the works to repair the floodbank at Park Broom in Cumbria have been completed. We'd like to thanK Cumbria County Council who commissioned the works. The project was undertaken by RH Irvings and financed by the Rural Payments Agency via the RDPE

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Hart's Bridge closed for repair

Hart's Bridge closed for repair

Route type: Diversion

The Environment Agency has closed Hart’s Bridge, across the Thames, due to safety concerns (closed on 05 October 2018)

They will carry out a detailed inspection in week commencing 08 October and undertake necessary repairs as soon as possible

Please do not use this bridge until they reopen it

We apologise for any inconvenience caused
For further information please call 03708 506 506

Hessle Foreshore length temporarily reopened

Hessle Foreshore length temporarily reopened

8th October 2018

We have been advised that the Hessle Foreshore length has been temporarily reopened as of Friday 5th October.  We do not know how long it will be open for before it closes again for stabilisation works to take place. So it's a good opportunity for walkers to enjoy this lovely stretch between Hessle and North Ferriby while it is available.

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Walking the South Downs Way with Hip Dysplasia

Walking the South Downs Way with Hip Dysplasia

8th October 2018

Read Jill’s inspirational story about walking the South Downs Way. Jill was born with severe hip dysplasia and has challenged herself to walk the SDW to raise awareness of the condition.

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Jill near Ditchling Beacon - SDNPA

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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Major repairs starting on SDW 8th October near Plumpton

Major repairs starting on SDW 8th October near Plumpton

4th October 2018

A diversion will be in place for up to 5 weeks, starting on 8th October, along the South Downs Way at Plumpton Plain. The diversion is in place to facilitate surface repairs. The diversion will be in place between the junction of the South Downs Way and Plumpton Bostal (TQ 355 127) and where the Junction of the SDW and Buckland Bank (TQ 365 116). The diversion runs parallel to the SDW to the north and east and therefore does not add any additional distance and will be accessible to walkers, cyclists and horseriders.

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Plumpton Plain before repairs - SDNPA
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