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Walk This Way

Here are last 4 editions of our quarterly external newsletter, which was first published in Autumn 2020.

For earlier issues please see the archive. Please click on the season below to see the full newsletter. 

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Summer 2024

As the days lengthen and the temperatures rise, do your thoughts turn to walking by the coast, following the Red Listed Curlew from moorland to estuary in July and August?

Why not explore one of our Walkers are Welcome accredited coastal communities over the summer?  You won’t be disappointed.  

Click this link to see more details of :

  • ISLAND OF UNST
  • CHEPSTOW AND WALES COAST PATH
  • ACCESSIBLE COASTAL PEMBROKESHIRE
  • PRESTATYN AND MELIDEN
  • LOFTUS
  • DOVER WELCOMES WALKERS
  • COAST TO COAST

Spring 2024

In this issue, we look at our celebration of named walks which we have scheduled for May, National Walking Month, one of our National Themed Events for 2024. 

Click this link to see more details of:

  • Spring is on the way
  • 20 years of Newton Stewart Walking Festival
  • The Franklin Way
  • Teifi Valley Trail
  • Wellington’s May Events
  • Unveiling The River Coln Trail
  • Walk The Wivey Way

Winter 2023/24

In this issue, we are celebrating  Winter Traditions

Click this link to see more details of:

  • The Wonders of Winter Walking
  • The Holly Night at Brough
  • Crickhowell Walking Festival
  • Mortimer Trail Re-invigorated
  • CLWB Cerdded Tregaron Walking Club
  • Wild Skies Shetland’s Sky Trail
  • Support for Local Churches and Chapels
  • Christmas Tree Festival

Autumn 2023

Part 1

Autumn 2023

Part 2

This edition has been inspired by Heritage Open Days’ suggested theme for the 2023 season, the history of creativity and the arts encompassing topics such as literature, art, music and drama.

Click this link to see more details of:

  • 75th Anniversary of Bingley Little Theatre 
  • Stone Sculptures in Kirkby Stephen
  • Chapel Rambles at Corsham
  • Stocksbridge Heritage Walks
  • Ross-on-Wye for Arts & Crafts
  • Art & Walking go Hand-in-Hand in Kington
  • Poemscapes in the Quantock Hills of Somerset
  • The Gift for Dereham
  • Holmfirth Toll Cottage

and this link for more details of:

  • Autumn Happenings
  • Broseley’s Rock Carvings
  • Art in Chepstow and the Wye Valley
  • Arts in the Forest
  • The Art of Bromyard
  • Art in Welington’s Landscape