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News - April 2010

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Snowdon Mountain Railway summit opens

Snowdon Mountain Railway summit opens

Posted 30 April 2010
Walkers and train riders alike can now look forward to a refreshing time on top of Snowdon with the summit cafe due to re-open today (April 30th).
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Festival planned for national park

Festival planned for national park

Posted 30 April 2010
Those who want to mix walking with culture may wish to head towards the bonny banks of Loch Lomond in October.
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Mountain festival 'to include more cycling'

Mountain festival 'to include more cycling'

Posted 30 April 2010
The Keswick Mountain Festival next month is promising plenty of fun for cyclists.
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Ponies used to fix Lake District footpaths

Ponies used to fix Lake District footpaths

Posted 29 April 2010
Those who love walking on Lake District paths may be pleased to know that pony power is being used to keep them in shape.
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Glastonbury announces Dance Village line-up

Glastonbury announces Dance Village line-up

Posted 29 April 2010
Glastonbury's Dance Village will feature the likes of Boy George and Fatboy Slim this year, it has been revealed.
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Organised Pikes climb planned

Organised Pikes climb planned

Posted 29 April 2010
The Langdale Pikes are a feature of an organised trek being run in the Lake District in early May.
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River tipped as top trout venue

River tipped as top trout venue

Posted 28 April 2010
A regional newspaper has pinpointed a river as a great place to catch trout.
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Lakes encourages May visitors

Lakes encourages May visitors

Posted 28 April 2010
The Ulverston Walking Festival is one of the highlights of May, according to the Lake District National Park Authority.
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Suffolk tipped as walking venue

Suffolk tipped as walking venue

Posted 28 April 2010
Suffolk has been tipped as a good walking venue for those daunted by the prospect of taking to the hills.
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Posties produces walking guides

Posties produces walking guides

Posted 27 April 2010
When not busy delivering post, three Royal Mial employees have been busy producing walking guides to the areas where they carry out their work.
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Lakeland guided walk takes in mountain tarn

Lakeland guided walk takes in mountain tarn

Posted 27 April 2010
Those who want to go walking in the Lake District can take in a hike run by the national park authority from Coniston on May 2nd.
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Dead Weather to play Glastonbury

Dead Weather to play Glastonbury

Posted 26 April 2010
The Dead Weather is the latest act confirmed for the Glastonbury music festival.
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Marathon may inspire people to get running

Marathon may inspire people to get running

Posted 26 April 2010
The London Marathon may be the spark that prompts some people to take up running.
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Community champions in Devon national parks celebration

Community champions in Devon national parks celebration

Posted 26 April 2010
A celebration has been held of the work done by a group of project workers aimed at getting young people to visit national parks.
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Stockport boulder 'covered in climbing chalk'

Stockport boulder 'covered in climbing chalk'

Posted 23 April 2010
Climbers in Stockport appear to have found that they can identify a challenge very close to home, rather than having to head off into the Pennines.
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Mass trespass re-enacted

Mass trespass re-enacted

Posted 23 April 2010
This week has seen a re-enactment of one of the most significant events in the battle to allow people to go walking in the countryside in the 20th century.
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Lakes walk takes in pass

Lakes walk takes in pass

Posted 23 April 2010
Walkers in the Lake District will soon be given a chance to discover the delights of the Scandale pass ion a walk organised by the national park authority.
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Ramblers celebrates Bath route victory

Ramblers celebrates Bath route victory

Posted 22 April 2010
A compromise agreement means that those who want to go walking along a route with a panoramic viewpoint across Bath are now free to do so.
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Three peaks race just start of challenge

Three peaks race just start of challenge

Posted 22 April 2010
A Yorkshire-based adventurer is to take on the Three Peaks fell race this weekend and then follow it up with the Mont Blanc Marathon, all to raise money for a mountain and cave rescue charity.
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Have your say on camping, says national park body

Have your say on camping, says national park body

Posted 22 April 2010
The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Authority has said there is still time for the public to contribute to a debate on the future of camping on the east bank of the loch.
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