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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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

Enjoy the Redcar & Cleveland Winter Walks Festival

Enjoy the Redcar & Cleveland Winter Walks Festival

21st January 2019

The annual Redcar & Cleveland Winter Walks Festival takes place this year between Monday 28th Jan and Sunday 3rd February.

It is packed with fun activities to make the most of the crisp winter weather, including our own special walk on the Cleveland Way between Staithes and Saltburn as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations.

The programme is full of variety with other events including Nordic walking, Winter tree identification and Bird watching walks.

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Ness Point

Ness Point

Lowestoft NR32 1XQ, UK

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Ness Point, also known as Lowestoft Ness, is the most easterly point of England, the United Kingdom and the British Isles.

It is marked by the Euroscope a unique circular platform showing mileages to different points in the UK and Europe, including the most Westerly, most Southerly, and most Northerly parts of the UK.



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New Official Guidebook for the Cleveland Way now published

New Official Guidebook for the Cleveland Way now published

11th January 2019

We were delighted to recieve our copy of the brand new, fully rewritten and updated official Guidebook to the Cleveland Way by Alan Staniforth.  Alan spent many years working at the North York Moors National Park, mainly as the Heritage Coast Ranger and his passion for the trail is clear in this great new edition.

As well as having lots of background information on all the history, people and places along the route, the trail is fully mapped on OS 1:25 000 mapping, making navigation easy.

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Diversion @ Stroudwater Canal, Stonehouse from 25/02/2019 for 5 weeks

Diversion @ Stroudwater Canal, Stonehouse from 25/02/2019 for 5 weeks

8th January 2019

There will be a section of the Cotswold Way temporarily closed for water main installment works along a stretch of the Stroudwater Canal path at Stonehouse.   An alternative route has been provided in the map avaiilable in from the link below by Gloucestershire County Council Public Rights of Way, which does make use of the roads to get from A to B via point C.

This closure will start from 25th February 2019 and is expected to last for 4-5 weeks.

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Diversion @ Stroudwater Canal, Stonehouse from 25/02/2019 for 5 weeks

Diversion @ Stroudwater Canal, Stonehouse from 25/02/2019 for 5 weeks

Route type: Diversion

There will be a section of the Cotswold Way temporarily closed for water main installment works along a stretch of the Stroudwater Canal path at Stonehouse.   An alternative route has been provided in the map avaiilable in from the link below by Gloucestershire County Council Public Rights of Way, which does make use of the roads to get from A to B via point C.

This closure will start from 25th February 2019 and is expected to last for 4-5 weeks.

Hebble Hole Bridge Open

Hebble Hole Bridge Open

3rd January 2019

The repair of this historic bridge is complete; and you can hardly see the join.  It looks just like the old one which is exactly what we aimed to achieve!. 

Great work by Jan Gibson at Calderdale Council and all those involved in the restoration of this important structure.

Thanks to a neighbouring landowner who has allowed access and agreed to drainage work to be undertaken on his land above the bridge to collect and channel  water around the bridge structure and into the Colden Clough.

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