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Walks And Walking – Where to find Bluebells in Epping Forest

21 April 2014

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Walks And Walking - Where to find Bluebells in Epping Forest

Walks And Walking – Where to find Bluebells in Epping Forest Well, the Bluebells have finally arrived and I have received a few requests from the Walks And Walking Twitter account asking where to find Bluebells in Epping Forest. There are three main areas that are well known for Bluebells in Epping Forest – Bluehouse Grove […]

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Walks And Walking – St Catherines Oratory Isle of Wight

19 April 2014

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Walks And Walking - St. Catherine's Oratory Isle of Wight

Walks And Walking – St Catherines Oratory Isle of Wight On our recent trip to the Isle of Wight we also popped up to the Pepperpot, more widely known as St Catherines Oratory. St Catherines Oratory Isle of Wight is a distinctive medieval tower built in 1328. Although octagonal on the outside it only has four […]

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Shaping the future of Canal and River Towpaths

15 April 2014

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Shaping the future of Canal and River Towpaths

Shaping the future of Canal and River Towpaths The Canal & River Trust is consulting on how towpaths are shared to make visiting waterways more enjoyable for everyone. The aim is to improve people’s experience of using towpaths in England and Wales by gaining a more detailed understanding of the ways towpaths are used – whether […]

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Walks And Walking – Somerset Coast Path National Trail Guide

29 March 2014

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Walks And Walking - Somerset Coast Path by Damian Hall

Walks And Walking – Somerset Coast Path National Trail Guide If you are planning your summer walking holiday for this year then you may be interested in a glorious week, or few days at least, hiking along the Somerset Coast Path using this handy guide written by Damian Hall. Exmoor’s soaring, pony-dotted plateaus; otherworldly rock […]

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Walks And Walking – Classic British Hotels at Leeds Castle

9 March 2014

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Walks And Walking - Classic British Hotels at Leeds Castle

Walks And Walking – Classic British Hotels at Leeds Castle Leeds Castle was originally built as a Saxon manor on an island in the middle of the River Len in about 1128. More recently it has been known as one of the most historic buildings in the United Kingdom and often referred to as ‘the […]

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Lake District Hiking Guide For Families With Young Children

28 February 2014

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Lake District Hiking Guide For Families With Young Children

Lake District Hiking Guide For Families With Young Children From short walks to epic hikes, the Lake District is one of the Britain’s best holiday destinations for families seeking an adventurous experience. With such a massive variety of great walks to choose from, picking the best trails can be difficult. Many of the Lake District’s […]

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Walks And Walking – Where to see Snowdrops and Daffodils this Spring

23 February 2014

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Walks And Walking - Where to see Snowdrops and Daffodils this Spring - Snowdrops at Sheringham Park

Walks And Walking – Where to see Snowdrops and Daffodils this Spring Snowdrops and Daffodils are normally the first signs of Spring, and the promise of warmer weather, but as the forecast is rain and storms through until the end of March I think we will just have to enjoy them as they are. I […]

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