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

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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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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
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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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Guided Warden Walks

Guided Warden Walks

20th April 2018

Lots of wonderful interesting guided walks are available throughout the year.

Walk the Cotswold Way (Guided Walk)

Join a group led by the Voluntary Wardens walking 10 miles each month commencing May every year.

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Old Sodbury Hillfort

The green hillsides of the Cotswold Way

Old Sodbury Hillfort

Old Sodbury, Bristol BS37, UK

A rectangular multivallate fort approximately 11 acres in sizemade up of a double set of ditches and ramparts.  The origins can be traced as far back as the Iron Age, and is thought the Romans later strengthened an use the camp as a frontier post. The scarp slope of the Cotswold Hills provided a natural defence on its western side, the remaining defences being the high double ramparts. In AD577 the Saxon army camped here before the battle at nearby Dyrham.



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Brackenbury Camp Hillfort

The green hillsides of the Cotswold Way

Brackenbury Camp Hillfort

West Ridge Wood, near Wotton Under Edge

This monument, scheduled under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979,  includes a slight univallate hillfort with outworks situated on a natural promontory on the Cotswold Escarpment overlooking the wide valley of the Doverte Brook.



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Viewpoint through Brackenbury ditches near Wotton under edge  - Helen Furmidge, Cotswold Voluntary Wardens
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Hillfort gets a make-over...

Hillfort gets a make-over...

10th April 2018

Avon Valley District Wardens made the news last week having spent the winter months undertaking annual scrub clearance and maintenance tasks on the ramparts of Old Sodbury hillfort, an iron age encampment perched on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment.  The hillfort covers an area of approximately 11 acres and the Cotswold Way passes right through it.

Each winter we carry out work on behalf of Historic England to keep the scrub trees and bramble under control. This work is necessary to reduce the root damage to the ramparts and improve the limestone grassland. 

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Hillfort gets a make-over - Miranda Airey @ Gazetteseries.co.uk
Hazel clumps reduced and habitat piles created. Feature trees left.  - Mike Cripps, Cotswolds Voluntary Wardens
More clumps of hazel and alder reduced. - Mike Cripps, Cotswolds Voluntary Wardens

Seacourt Stream Diversion

Seacourt Stream Diversion

Route type: Diversion

Due to a failed bridge over Seacourt Stream near Kings Lock the Thames Path is diverted. Please follow diversion signs on the ground. There are stiles along the diversion

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