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18/06/2019
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Starting at Edale on Sunday 30th June, International Scoliosis Awareness, day Freya Firth-Robson is going to be walking the entire 268 miles ...
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Hostel entrance
Breathing new life into the historic Earby Hostel, Matt Oddy has re-opened the doors to Glen Cottage after an intense renovation, offering groups ...
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The Heritage Lottery Fund’s Resilient Heritage grant has supported a research project to help National Trail Partnerships explore how they might ...
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The repair of this historic bridge has been celebrated in dance by the Hill Millies, a women’s Morris dancing side based in Hebden Bridge, ...
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Ranger Ultras are the first event organiser to be accredited by the Pennine National Trails to use the National Trails logo. They have demonstrated ...
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The Carriage House Inn on Manchester Road, Standedge has for many years offered accomodation including camping for Pennine Way walkers. It was ...
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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 ...
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21/12/2018
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Back in November I received an e-mail via the National Trail website from RussellRussell had completed the Pennine way from Edale to Kirk Yetholm ...
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21/12/2018
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The National Trail Family has been using twitter to get recommendations for the best Pub on or near a National Trail #BestTrailPub.  ...
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Yorkshire Dales National Park Rangers put their trail building skills to good use on a busy section of the Pennine Way on Penyghent.  An ugly ...
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