Compton Link - multi user west route

Compton Link - multi user west route

Route type: Link route

Strategic Links Project: route signage and webpage under development during 2017

Compton Link - multi user east route

Compton Link - multi user east route

Route type: Link route

Strategic Links Project: route signage and webpage under development during 2017

Pegasus crossing closed on Woodhead Road 11-29 Sept

Pegasus crossing closed on Woodhead Road 11-29 Sept

6th September 2017

The Pegasus crossing on the A628 at Tintwistle will be closed for refurbishment from the 11th September for 3 weeks. There is currently no formal diversion in place. It is recommended that you try to avoid the crossing during this time. If you have already planned a visit to the trail and need to pass through this section whilst it is closed there are several alternative route options for you to consider. The A628 is a very busy road so great care is required when crossing. We hope that the crossing will be safer and easier to use once the refurbishment is complete.

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Exploring Dorset via the South West Coast Path

Exploring Dorset via the South West Coast Path

6th September 2017

Exploring Dorset via the South West Coast Path - a guest blog from www.holidaycottages.co.uk

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Durdle Door - Will van Wingerden

Talking Trail at Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve

Poppy fields on The Ridgeway

Talking Trail at Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve

High Wycombe HP14 3YL, UK

Telephone: 01844 351883

Talking Trail at Aston Rowant,a Sound and sculpture walk through spectacular Chilterns landscape.



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Sammy Lloyd takes on the Yorkshire Wolds Way

Sammy Lloyd takes on the Yorkshire Wolds Way

6th September 2017

On September 10th ex Hull FC player Sammy Lloyd and a group of compatriots are taking on the Yorkshire Wolds Way from Filey to Hessle.

 They will walk, talk, sing, have fun, rub their blisters and raise funds for charity, The Royal Marines Charity, which has a number of branches ie  www.65degreesnorth.co.uk 

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Cold Kirby Welcomes Walkers to the Village Show

Cold Kirby Welcomes Walkers to the Village Show

6th September 2017

There is something very special about a local community that opens its doors to welcome walkers.  That is exactly what is happening at Cold Kirby, this Saturday 9th September.

The message we have received says

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Cold Kirby Village Hall

Lord Gardiner visits the coastal path on Great Yarmouth seafront

Lord Gardiner visits the coastal path on Great Yarmouth seafront

4th September 2017

On Friday 01st September I was priveliged to meet again with Lord Gardiner, who officially opened the new stretch of coast access from Sea Palling to Hopton last October, to discuss coastal access in Norfolk and the New England Coast Path.   

We showed Lord Gardiner our new boardwalk that the trails team and our volunteers built in February this year which has created brand new access through Great Yarmouth’s picturesque dunes in North Denes which has proved a hit with those who would otherwise struggle to get on the beach.

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Lord Gardiner on our new boardwalk at North Denes, Great Yarmouth

Tintwistle Crossing Closure

Tintwistle Crossing Closure

Route type: Diversion

The Pegasus crossing on the A628 at Tintwistle will be closed for refurbishment from the 11th September for 3 weeks. There is currently no formal diversion in place. It is recommended that you try to avoid the crossing during this time. If you have already planned a visit to the trail and need to pass through this section whilst it is closed there are several alternative route options for you to consider. The A628 is a very busy road so great care is required when crossing.

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Hare & Hounds in Lothersdale closed for refurbishment

Hare & Hounds in Lothersdale closed for refurbishment

1st September 2017

The pub has recently changed hands and is undergoing a major refurbishment. The pub is closed during this period. The new owners hope to open the bar and the kitchen this winter. The new managers hope to offer accommodation in the future. Lothersdale provides a well timed stop for either refreshment or overnight accommodation so the new plans for the Hare and Hounds will be very well received. The old carpets have been removed to expose the stone flag floor meaning that walkers will no longer need to remove their boots.

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Hare and Hounds - Keighley and Craven CAMRA
Meadows descending into Lothersdale - Pennine National Trails Partnership
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