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Walking the Anglesey Coastal Path

Leg three of the Land of My Fathers project was the Anglesey Coastal Path, a long distance path in it’s own right that covers 130 miles of mostly coastal walking. I have to confess to having visited Anglesey very rarely in spite of it’s proximity to Manchester with my visits being restricted to a few

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Walking in Pembrokeshire

When I was a lad we took a family camping holiday to Marloes in Pembrokeshire. It was a distinctly old-school type of camping with a huge, heavy bright orange canvas tent that my Dad stowed in the ominously named “coffin”, a wooden box of his own construction, in the boot. We had a loo tent

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Kinder with the Rangers

4.3.12Walking with; Simon Huddlestone from The Peak District Rangers I was back at Kinder this weekend for the first of my “pre-walks” as part of my bid to become a Peak District Ranger. I am starting to see why people love what I’d always considered a big, ugly lump quite so much. We set off

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Tideswell and the Seven Dales

22.2.12 Walking with; Nobody This was the first proper outing for the knee since the operation in mid-January and it passed it with a few creaks and groans. Tideswell is famous for the Church of St.John the Baptist which is so impressive in scale it has been named “The Cathedral of the Peaks”. It was

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Bempton Cliffs

12.2.12 Walking with;Ruth I thought the perfect walk for a rehabilitating knee would be a nice gentle stroll along an East Yorkshire coastal path with the chance to observe a few early season seabirds as a decent bonus. A walk was necessary after nearly a month of inactivity not to mention some superb Haddock and

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