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Highwaymen and Medieval Heights

Highwaymen and Medieval Heights

Author:
Simon Baker-Irons
This month's trek is a circular walk from Arundel Bridge to the top of Barpham Hill and back taking in ...
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Portreath to Devoran Trail – A personal recollection

Portreath to Devoran Trail – A personal recollection

Author:
Chris Hindley
The journey by rail from Liverpool Lime Street to Perranwall station is an eye-watering seven hours and thirty minutes, slightly ...
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Behind the scenes of Gin, Cake and Rucksacks

Behind the scenes of Gin, Cake and Rucksacks

Author:
Beth Pipe
Sometimes, when we have a crazy idea, we look back and wonder what on earth we were thinking but that’s ...
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Alfred Wainwright’s Pennine Journey

Alfred Wainwright’s Pennine Journey

Author:
David & Heather Pitt
In celebration of 80th anniversary of ‘A Pennine Journey,’ walkers are being encouraged to take part in a marathon ‘PJ ...
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Everything you need to know about travelling with small children 

Everything you need to know about travelling with small children 

Author:
Rachael Matthews
Everything you need to know about travelling with small children  Driving long journeys with small children can be a challenge ...
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Monsal Trail Walk – A personal recollection by Chris Hindley

Monsal Trail Walk – A personal recollection by Chris Hindley

Author:
Chris Hindley
Three things immediately strike you as you reach the Trail proper. Firstly, it is wonderfully quiet. The steep valley sides ...
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Blind Walkers' Group

Blind Walkers’ Group

Author:
Jenny Winter
June this year (2018) saw the London Blind Walkers’ Group annual visit to the Godalming and Haslemere Ramblers (G&H) who took ...
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Julia’s mountain garden raises £2000 for charity

Julia’s mountain garden raises £2000 for charity

A mountain-themed garden display designed by David Domoney and inspired by Julia Bradbury has raised £2000 for the Mend our ...
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Perthshire Railway Walk – A personal recollection by Chris Hindley

Perthshire Railway Walk – A personal recollection by Chris Hindley

Author:
Chris Hindley
This is a personal recollection of the Perthshire Railway Walk written by Chris Hindley ...
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Rethink Mental Illness Walky Talky Event Walk

Rethink Mental Illness Walky Talky Event Walk

Author:
Rethink Mental Illness
Walky Talky is Rethink Mental Illness’ newest 5k walking fundraising event on Sunday 23 September in the beautiful Regents Park ...
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The Walking With The Wounded Walk Of America 2018

The Walking With The Wounded Walk Of America 2018

Author:
Walking With The Wounded
A team of wounded veterans have embarked on a 1,000 mile journey across America to spread awareness of military mental ...
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David Winwood - Walks with the artist - Accessible mobility scooter or wheelchair access walks

David Winwood – Walks with the artist – Accessible mobility scooter or wheelchair access walks

Author:
David Winwood
David Winwood - Walks with the artist - Accessible mobility scooter or wheelchair access walks David Winwood is a Pointillist ...
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Freshwalks

Freshwalks

Author:
Daniella
Freshwalks launched in 2014 to challenge existing networking formats by combining a professional business community with life-improving exercise and an ...
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A way of Opportunity

A way of Opportunity

Author:
Colin Antis
Improving opportunities to access the outdoors for us all by responsible recreation ...
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Steam, Tranquil Rivers & Watercress

Steam, Tranquil Rivers & Watercress

Author:
Simon Baker-Irons
The trek starts at Arlesford Station on the preserved heritage railway known as ‘The Watercress Line’. The Mid Hants railway ...
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Will the bluebell woods at Ashridge be wheelchair accessible?

Will the bluebell woods at Ashridge be wheelchair accessible?

Author:
Susie Twydell
 I went with my cousin’s family to see the Bluebells in the woods at Ashridge Estate. They really were amazing, ...
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Woodland Experiences

Woodland Experiences

Author:
Ady Martin
Woodland Experiences? Its all about the fire..We all stare at the dancing flames..hypnotic as they are..if you could read them ...
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 Family Walks By Rebecca Lees

 Family Walks By Rebecca Lees

Author:
Rebecca Lees
It’s not a walk, it’s an adventure! Fed up of cheerfully announcing to the kids that you’re ‘going for a ...
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A Bird Therapy Blog by Joe Harkness

A Bird Therapy Blog by Joe Harkness

Author:
Joe Harkness
A Bird Therapy Blog by Joe Harkness In a world of uncertainty - I find that nature and birdwatching are a ...
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Let’s Get Ready to … Hurtle!

Let’s Get Ready to … Hurtle!

Author:
Phil Sproson
Let’s Get Ready to … Hurtle! The Hathersage Hurtle is an exciting trail race for runners and walkers, covering 20 ...
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Walking with Wild Kids can be Wonderful

Walking with Wild Kids can be Wonderful

Author:
Lucy Brown
Years ago a lifestyle guru told me that my main method of meditation and relaxation should be walking. He advised ...
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The Urban Ranger - Walking Inspiration

The Urban Ranger – Walking Inspiration

Author:
Keith Hook
The Urban Ranger website promotes better well being by way of walking in nature. The idea for the website came ...
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RUNNING THE TOUR DE FRANCE FOR MENTAL HEALTH 

RUNNING THE TOUR DE FRANCE FOR MENTAL HEALTH 

Author:
Elliot Brown Watches
Marathon runner, mental health campaigner, and Elliot Brown watch ambassador, Pete Thompson, has set one of the world’s most famous ...
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Lake District Mobility – Making the outdoors more accessible

Lake District Mobility – Making the outdoors more accessible

Author:
Lake District Mobility
Launching 3rd May 2018 at Whinlatter Forest Park Lake District Mobility is a new charity aiming to provide specialist 'all ...
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Margaret's 220 mile Hardy Way Sponsored Walk

Margaret’s 220 mile Hardy Way Sponsored Walk

Author:
Margaret Marande
Margaret Marande, 81, from Fontmell Magna in Dorset, is to walk the 220 mile Hardy Way – the long distance ...
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Why Families Need to Get Outside.

Why Families Need to Get Outside.

Author:
Sarah Whiting
Phrases such as 'getting back to nature' and 'exploring nature' underline how disconnected we have become as a society from ...
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Soothing walks in south Wales by Rebecca Lees

Soothing walks in south Wales by Rebecca Lees

Rebecca Lees blogs are about all things hiking and writing. Enjoy this blog entry called Soothing walks in south Wales ...
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NEW ITV PROGRAMME! Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100 with Julia Bradbury

NEW ITV PROGRAMME! Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100 with Julia Bradbury

This new two-and-a-half-hour special for ITV pulls on its hiking boots for a countdown of Britain’s favourite walks – featuring ...
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The Reasons I Walk by Mark Procter

The Reasons I Walk by Mark Procter

Author:
Mark Procter
Because I can. That sounds really trite doesn’t it, but, if you can walk, you should; for exercise, for health, ...
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My Cliffpath Walk

My Cliffpath Walk

Author:
Mark Rodgers
The Cliffpath walk by Mark Rodgers This walk starts at Dunseverick Castle ruin on the County Antrim shoreline and from ...
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‘Streets Of London’ to be released on CD on December 15th 2017

‘Streets Of London’ to be released on CD on December 15th 2017

The new recording of the timeless song ‘Streets Of London’ will now be released on CD. Performed by the original ...
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Max McMurdo’s Motorhome Adventure

Max McMurdo’s Motorhome Adventure

Author:
Max McMurdo
Max McMurdo was kitted out by Marquis Motorhomes to explore Camping and Caravanning Club sites around England and Scotland to ...
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Bronte Country and Yorkshire Dales Events

Bronte Country and Yorkshire Dales Events

Author:
Eagle Intermedia
The Bronte Country and the Yorkshire dales are beautiful places to visit no matter what time of year. So what ...
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Peak District: Accessible, Family Friendly and Free

Peak District: Accessible, Family Friendly and Free

Author:
Jane Sandwood
Peak District: Accessible, Family Friendly and Free If you’re looking for the best of British countryside, look no further than ...
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TOG Team supports the Bowel Cancer Walk Together Campaign

TOG Team supports the Bowel Cancer Walk Together Campaign

Author:
The Outdoor Guide
Bowel Cancer UK sent the TOG team some selfie footprints to support their campaign 'Walk Together'. Walk Together is a ...
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RSPCA Walking With Your Dog

RSPCA Walking With Your Dog

Author:
Holly Barber
Dogs are part of the family, and exercising with them provides a great opportunity for bonding as well as helping ...
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Lake District

10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Lake District

Author:
Craig Manor
The Lake District is full of surprises! Around every corner lies a new valley and view, each with its own ...
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11 year old Lauren makes radio contact from all 214 Wainwright Fells!

11 year old Lauren makes radio contact from all 214 Wainwright Fells!

Author:
Kevin Richardson
Lauren is 11 and is set to the youngest radio amateur operator to successfully make radio contacts from all 214 ...
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Settle, Yorkshire Dales, and the Three Waterfalls

Settle, Yorkshire Dales, and the Three Waterfalls

Author:
Jamie L. Dyson
We began our walk by taking the Dales High Way along the shallow River Ribble, which meanders through fields and ...
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The kids are alright...and loving the countryside

The kids are alright…and loving the countryside

Author:
Maggie Ashton
Young folk often get a bad press these days but volunteering on the Duke of Edinburgh scheme has shown me ...
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Something About Our Dear Friend Jay Appleton

Something About Our Dear Friend Jay Appleton

Author:
The Outdoor Guide
The The Outdoor Guide team were invited to film Julia Bradbury officially open Jay Appleton’s joint exhibition of his work ...
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Find It, Share It, Live It

Find It, Share It, Live It

Author:
Debbie North
As part of our research for our Lake Pass Trail, we came across four lovely ladies. They were so interested ...
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Hip2trek

Hip2trek

Author:
Emma Lewis (Emma Hip2trek)
I’m Emma Lewis a Yorkshire Mum of two and outdoor and parenting blogger, walking my way back to fitness after ...
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The Armchair Mountaineer

The Armchair Mountaineer

Author:
Thomas Smallwood
I quit the rat race to redesign my life. I am Thomas Smallwood; entrepreneur, mountain enthusiast and, now, blogger! In ...
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Ben's dog blog - my canine adventures on the Munros

Ben’s dog blog – my canine adventures on the Munros

Author:
Bernadette Walsh (alias Ben)
This blog tells the story of how a young, unknown puppy (from West Cumbria, in the United Kingdom) gains fame and maybe even fortune, as ...
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TOG... Where it all began...

TOG… Where it all began…

Author:
Gina Bradbury Fox
My name is Gina Bradbury Fox and I am the big sister of television presenter Julia Bradbury and co-founder of ...
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