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When you are out enjoying The Ridgeway over Easter you may notice sections that have recently had a trim back either on the ground or along the...
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Mowing on the National Trails
The new edition of the Volunteers Newsletter has recently been produced which contains useful information about the work of the volunteers who...
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Its official, the highest point in Oxfordshire, White Horse Hill in Uffington is the second most romantic place in the south east.  That is...
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Fallen trees near Watlington
We are receiving reports of trees that have fallen across the Trail as a result of the strong winds during the past few days.  As with the...
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Although The Ridgeway generally takes a higher route away from the valley bottoms, and areas of potential flooding, the section between Goring...
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It is always good to receive feedback from Trail users; positive comments are especially appreciated by the Trails Team but negative comments...
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View with the white chalk of The Ridgeway heading east of Waylands Smithy
An important area of work at this time of the year on The Ridgeway is the management of the ever encroaching scrub and other woodier vegetation...
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New cover of The Ridgeway Companion showing Devil's Punchbowl.
There were celebrations in the Trail office last week as the latest edition of The Ridgeway Companion was sent to the printers for production....
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Thick hoar frost in Mature Oak woodland
All paths need regular maintenance and this Trail is no exception.  During the summer it is lovely to enjoy the views and wildlife either...
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24/10/2013
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Saturday 9th November sees the return of our weekend volunteer tasks.  We will be clearing encroaching scrubby vegetation from the sides of...
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