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News - January 2010

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Bid to keep Wainwright works in Cumbria

Bid to keep Wainwright works in Cumbria

Posted 29 January 2010
Cumbria County Council is seeking to bid for lottery funding that would enable it to keep the works of fellwalker Alfred Wainwright in the county.
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Green light for Cairngorms paths plan

Green light for Cairngorms paths plan

Posted 29 January 2010
The Cairngorms National Park has revealed that a plan to lay out a network of footpaths across the area has been given the go-ahead.
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Trailer launched for adventure festival

Trailer launched for adventure festival

Posted 29 January 2010
The trailer for the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival has been launched on the event's website.
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Mountain bike events launched for 2010

Mountain bike events launched for 2010

Posted 28 January 2010
Four new mountain bike events will be held in Britain this year as part of a new scheme to encourage more people to get in the saddle.
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New snow for Scottish ski resorts

New snow for Scottish ski resorts

Posted 28 January 2010
All five Scottish ski resorts are open for business today, with new snow offering some fresh opportunities to take to the slopes.
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Top stars set for 80s festival

Top stars set for 80s festival

Posted 28 January 2010
The 80s rewind festival is to feature some of that decade's top performers, it has been revealed.
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Appeal for uplands festival involvement

Appeal for uplands festival involvement

Posted 28 January 2010
An appeal has been issued for people to get involved in a conservation festival highlighting the wildlife of the Cumbrian uplands.
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Report highlights benefits of green belt land

Report highlights benefits of green belt land

Posted 28 January 2010
The benefits of the green belts have been highlighted in a new report jointly authored by Natural England and the Campaign to Protect Rural England.
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New bid to renew access to mountain

New bid to renew access to mountain

Posted 28 January 2010
A development which would see a Sutherland estate owner keep elk, wild boar, brown bears, wildcats, lynx, wolves and bison on his land has been met ...
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Bridleway opened as decision reversed

Bridleway opened as decision reversed

Posted 27 January 2010
A bridleway in the Cleveland area of North Yorkshire will now be open to those who wish to go walking, after the Department for Environment, Food and ...
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Constable painting site located

Constable painting site located

Posted 27 January 2010
New research has found the site of one of John Constable's most famous landscape paintings.
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Climbers seek to emulate 1960 feat

Climbers seek to emulate 1960 feat

Posted 27 January 2010
Two climbers are seeking to match a legendary ice-climbing feat achieved on Ben Nevis in 1960.
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Pendle Way path set to be included on official maps

Pendle Way path set to be included on official maps

Posted 26 January 2010
Outdoors enthusiasts keen to explore the Pendle Way in east Lancashire have been given a boost by the news that an increasingly popular pathway is to ...
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Snowfall prompts Britons 'to turn to Scotland for skiing breaks'

Snowfall prompts Britons 'to turn to Scotland for skiing breaks'

Posted 26 January 2010
The high levels of snowfall seen over the UK this winter have prompted many winter sports enthusiasts to pack up their skiing equipment and head to ...
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Cycle path tunnel lights to be turned off to help bats

Cycle path tunnel lights to be turned off to help bats

Posted 26 January 2010
Cyclists keen to explore the countryside surrounding Bath in the evenings may be wise to head to their nearest bicycle shop and stock up on lights ...
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Lace up your ski boots in Austria

Lace up your ski boots in Austria

Posted 25 January 2010
People in the UK who have not already had their fill of winter weather may wish to lace up their ski boots and head to a ski resort in Austria, a ...
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Winter walk 'a great way to celebrate Valentine's Day'

Winter walk 'a great way to celebrate Valentine's Day'

Posted 25 January 2010
Couples may wish to don waterproof jackets and head out for a winter walk to celebrate Valentine's Day, a newspaper has suggested.
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Mountain bikers get say on New Forest

Mountain bikers get say on New Forest

Posted 22 January 2010
The New Forest National Park Authority has opened up a public consultation on the future of outdoor recreation management in the park.
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Man takes on Snowdon each week for charity

Man takes on Snowdon each week for charity

Posted 22 January 2010
A man from north Wales is to climb Snowdon every week in aid of the Breast Cancer Campaign.
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Mountaineers join Lake District climbing summit

Mountaineers join Lake District climbing summit

Posted 22 January 2010
A summit on climbing and mountains to be held in the Lake District will feature Chris Bonington and Doug Scott, it has been revealed.
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