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Durdle Door, Dorset on the South West Coast Path

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Our contractors have been hard at work this year building three sets of new steps on Glyndŵr’s Way between Lake Vyrnwy and Welshpool. They...
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Walkers are Welcome © Alston Moor Partnership
Alston Moor has recently been accredited with Walkers are Welcome status.Walkers are Welcome is a nationwide initiative launched in 2007 to...
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Popping out for a quick saunter around the block sounds easy to achieve, but if you have a mental or physical illness or disability even getting...
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A badly eroded access road to a popular South Pembrokeshire beauty spot has recently been restored, greatly benefitting locals and visitors....
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Three walking information panels have been launched which will provide visitors and walkers with information about the Pembrokeshire Coast Path...
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Communities along the English–Welsh border are encouraging walkers to experience an ‘Irresistible Offa’ with the help of a...
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An archaeological excavation team, led by Professor Ian Haynes and Tony Wilmott, has been peeling back the layers to better understand the...
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2013 is the Hadrian's Wall Path National Trail's 10th birthday and there are celebration events across Hadrian's Wall Country.Linda...
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The National Trust, Surrey County Archaeological Unit and a group of volunteers teamed up recently to investigate an unidentified military...
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The draft review of the Management Plan for the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is out for consultation until the 27th...
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