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by John Airey,Ramblers' Association
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  • Author:
    John Airey,Ramblers' Association
  • ISBN:
    0572013531
  • ISBN13:
    978-0572013530
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  • Publisher:
    W Foulsham & Co Ltd (April 1, 1986)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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The Cotswold Way Association has recently submitted their concerns about how the hugely popular Cotswold . CWA Life Members Jennifer and John Shaw have come up with a modification to the Cotswold Way route which significantly improves safety

The Cotswold Way Association has recently submitted their concerns about how the hugely popular Cotswold Way National Trail will be severely impacted by both of the proposed A417 route options as they pass through one of the most important parts of the Cotswold escarpment. CWA Life Members Jennifer and John Shaw have come up with a modification to the Cotswold Way route which significantly improves safety.

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The Ramblers, formally known as The Ramblers' Association, is the largest walkers' rights organisation in Great Britain, and aims to represent the interests of walkers (or ramblers). It is a charity registered in England and Wales and in Scotland, with around 123,000 members. In 1931, the National Council of Ramblers' Federations was formed because walkers felt that a national body to represent their interests was needed.

Series: Collins Ramblers Short Walks. an excellent short walk guide for anyone wanting to do short walks only with clear directions and not fear getting lost in the country. Publisher: HarperCollins UK (July 13, 2010). ISBN-13: 978-0007359424. Product Dimensions: . x . x 7 inches. 3 people found this helpful.

South Cotswold Ramblers is a friendly and welcoming group, who .

South Cotswold Ramblers is a friendly and welcoming group, who organise regular walks and group holiday and social events. WALK IN THE COTSWOLDS - You do not have to be a member to try three of our walks before joining Ramblers! We lead varied walks each weekend and mid week in the scenic South Cotswolds. see a map of our home area.

Visiting two Cotswold valleys, this is a fairly demanding walk with one very . Published and updated by the Gloucester Area of the Ramblers' Association. Handbook from Reardon Publishing, £2-00 + 50p P&P

Visiting two Cotswold valleys, this is a fairly demanding walk with one very long climb. Leaflet from Stroud Tourist Information Centre, 50p. mls A circular walk from Stroud up & down Rodborough Common taking in the Thames/ Severn Canal. A level walk alongside the disused canal with many points of interest including mills, locks, wildlife & waterlife. Handbook from Reardon Publishing, £2-00 + 50p P&P. 100 mls The map includes information for advance planning with useful contact telephone numbers.

The best places to visit in the Cotswolds are the epitome of what many visitor would see as the English countryside. Burford is a great location for shoppers, with a treasure trove of antiques shops and up-market boutiques

The best places to visit in the Cotswolds are the epitome of what many visitor would see as the English countryside. Burford is a great location for shoppers, with a treasure trove of antiques shops and up-market boutiques.

The Cotswolds have a huge variety of great walks. Traveling here with a knowledgeable guide has real advantages.