Stone Creek

Stone Creek

Stone Creek, Hull HU12 0AP, UK

Stone Creek is a magical remote site on Sunk Island, a large area of reclaimed land on the edge of the Humber. 

The Creek is oddly named, being much more mud than stone, but it is a fabulous place for bird watching. The whole area is very flat, so it's also a great place for good photos of the sky and sunsets. 

 



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Sunset at Stone Creek
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Take a Walk alongside the River Thames through London

Take a Walk alongside the River Thames through London

28th September 2017

The Thames Path National Trail offers a choice of walking routes through London either side of the River Thames from Teddington to Island Gardens opposite Greenwich.  The south and north bank have green stretches and pass fascinating historic and cultural sites. Walk along one side of the river, with excellent public transport links to return to your start, or make your own circular walk crossing from one bank to the other using one of the 8 bridges that span the Thames.

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City of London looking downstream, evening light - Steve Tabbitt
Thames Path National Trail plaque surrounded by autumn leaves - Steve Tabbitt

Battersea Development

Battersea Development

Route type: Diversion

There are diversions which are signed around  the Battersea Power Station development and Tideway project, but a suggested route to avoid the diversion would be -

Heading Downstream cross the Thames at Chelsea Bridge and follow the North Bank cross back over on Lambeth Bridge.
Heading Upstream cross the Thames at Lambeth Bridge and follow the North Bank cross back over on Chelsea Bridge

Ridgeway Autumn Newsletter

Ridgeway Autumn Newsletter

27th September 2017

Time for hedgerows full of berries, a season of mists and.... The Ridgeway Autumn newsletter! In this issue:
• Bill Bailey takes to The Ridgeway again, and gives tips on walking the Trail.
• Bill is also guest speaker at our Forum event 'The Great Outdoors!' on Wed 18th October in Uffington, Oxon, where we'll also have representatives from Cycling UK, MIND mental health charity, Nordic Walking and more. Everyone is welcome. Book your place: info@northwessexdowns.org.uk

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Streatley Bank Repair Works

Streatley Bank Repair Works

Route type: Diversion

Work begins today (27th Spetember 2017)  to repair the bank along the section of trail next to Cleeve Court, Streatley, West Berkshire. The works include sheet pilling the eroded bank and will last for approximately 3 weeks.

As the contractors are working from boats, it is envisaged that the trail will remain open and be fenced off from the works but please follow signage and instructions from the contractors  on the ground

St Margaret's Bay - Guarding the Gateway

St Margaret's Bay - Guarding the Gateway

Route type: Circular and Linear Walks

A 4.7 mile circular walk with panoramic views across the Channel and out to France on a clear day, this walk takes in a dramatic section of the England Coastal Path

South Foreland Lighthouse Walk

South Foreland Lighthouse Walk

Route type: Circular and Linear Walks

A 4 mile linear walk starting at the entrance to the White Cliffs visitor centre. Housing a wonderful cafe and information hub, this clearly marked route along the edge of the North Downs is a great walk whatever the time of year.

South Foreland Lighthouse Walk

Kingsdown to Walmer walk

Kingsdown to Walmer walk

Route type: Circular and Linear Walks

This 2.2 mile long walk ambles along the England Coastal Path, leaving Deal behind. This walk creates a great afternoon out with pubs, tearooms and Walmer Castle to visit along the way.

Kingsdown to Walmer walk

Kingsdown to Walmer walk

Kingsdown to Walmer walk

Trail:
England Coast Path - South East
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This 2.2 mile long walk ambles along the England Coastal Path, leaving Deal behind. This walk creates a great afternoon out with pubs, tearooms and Walmer Castle to visit along the way.

Kingsdown to Walmer walk

South Foreland Lighthouse Walk

South Foreland Lighthouse Walk

Trail:
England Coast Path - South East
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A 4 mile walk starting at the entrance to the White Cliffs visitor centre. Housing a wonderful cafe and information hub, this clearly marked route along the edge of the North Downs is a great walk whatever the time of year.

South Foreland Lighthouse Walk
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