Monthly Archives: July 2021

Woodchester wander

Blissful walk in the Cotswolds from Coaley Peak to Woodchester Mansion. Continue reading

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Thames Path at twenty five

The Thames Path National Trail is 25 years old today. A big thank you to the Ramblers and especially the late David Sharp. Continue reading

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Downs for people not parking

After 25 years of campaigning we celebrated victory on Bristol’s Clifton and Durdham Downs, which have been saved from car-parking. Continue reading

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Staying solid

The Deregulation Act 2015 brings an unwelcome amendment to path law, giving landowners the right to apply for path changes. We must resist them. Continue reading

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Sapperton sojourn

I walked from Sapperton in Gloucestershire with my visually-impaired friend Marika. Continue reading

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