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Clare BaldingClare Balding takes a walk on a Tea Trail
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CumbriaTwo of our National Parks are Expanding
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walking for healthUK Parents Falling Short when it comes to Organising Active Family Adventures
Nearly 50% of UK parents admit they don’t manage to take their kids on an ‘active adventure’ more than once every other month. more info....
WildWild - the film for long distance walkers
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Coast PathLatest update on the England Coast Path
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Primaloft wins award with Down Blend Insulation
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The new Gustav Holst Way is a long distance walk through glorious North Cotswold countryside from Cranham to Wyck Rissington, via Cheltenham and Bourton-on-the-Water. Linking places associated with the composer this is an interesting new path.
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New National Trails Website
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Sir Chris Bonington appointed president of the OWPG
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Book of the Week

North Cotswold Diamond Way Guidebook

by: Elizabeth Bell
The 30 Sparkling Short Walks in this book are all circular and follow sections of the North Cotswold Diamond Way.

The route was specially designed to go through some of the many delightful small villages with their golden stone cottages and welcoming pubs. Most of these serve lunches. The terrain is varied and interesting, sometimes across open fields with stone walls, often through little spinneys or along banks of streams. There are no really steep climbs as the hills are gently undulating and provide very pleasant views. As far as possible lesser known footpaths have been used
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