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Durdle Door, Dorset on the South West Coast Path

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Volunteers collecting rubbish from the South Downs Way at Devil's Dyke
South Downs Way staff and volunteers from the South Downs National Park Authority along with National Trust staff, volunteers and members of the...
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geocaching
Geocaching really is great fun.  If you have not tried ot before, why not come and have a good time at Hayburn Wyke with our...
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Cover of current newsletter
We hope you'll enjoy the new Volunteer Newsletter and Task Diary for June to August which is available online. With news from the trail and...
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We hope you'll enjoy the new Volunteer Newsletter and Task Diary for June to August which is available online. With news from the...
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Alex Bingham and the national trails team ready to record a podcast on site
We’ve been podcasting during one of our National Trails Volunteers vegetation clearance days down in Sonning. So have a listen to the...
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The latest update on the path condition from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is that the Thames Path is now open to use, however a...
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14/05/2014
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Towanroath engine house, Cornwall
The South West Coast Path National Trail is celebrating after revealing that the investment in its three-year,  Unlocking our Coastal...
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Bolberry Down looking towards Soar Mill Cove
Bolberry Down in South Devon, managed by the National Trust, has long been a favourite among dog walkers, with its easily accessible network of...
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Salcombe Bluebells by Gary Halpin
Get a spring in your step this May with a breathtaking bluebell walk along the South West Coast Path. From Salcombe to Dartmouth, Lyme Regis to...
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The National Trail Volunteers were awarded the River Thames Society Shield for 2013 at the Society’s AGM at The River and Rowing Museum in...
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