Monthly Archives: October 2016

Piddington path-check: day 2

Day 2 of checking the paths in Piddington and Wheeler End parish for the Ramblers Continue reading

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Ironstone country

A walk in the ironstone country around Great Tew, Oxfordshire Continue reading

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Trouble at the mill

Henry Pelly, the new owner of Luccombe Mill, Bratton, Wilts, has blocked a long-used public path, the Watercress Walk. Continue reading

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Lincolnshire Wolds, a well-kept secret

The Lincolnshire Wolds are unsung, but I had a splendid walk there during the Walkers Are Welcome Towns annual get-together Continue reading

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Heroic Hazel

My friend, Hazel Perham from Cornwall, has received a Ramblers’ certificate for her outstanding contribution to walking Continue reading

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Walkers Are Welcome: never more relevant

Walkers Are Welcome Towns have never been more relevant. Continue reading

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Like the Forth Bridge

The Dartmoor Preservation Association conservation volunteers spent a day at Common Wood bashing vegetation for butterflies. Continue reading

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