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News - January 2011

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Trust launches forests appeal

Trust launches forests appeal

Posted 31 January 2011
The National Trust has come out in opposition to the proposed sell-off of England's forests.
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Munro plunge climber in amazing escape

Munro plunge climber in amazing escape

Posted 31 January 2011
A climber has had an amazing escape after plunging over 1,000 ft off a Scottish mountain and sustaining only minor injuries.
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Skiing to resume in Lakes?

Skiing to resume in Lakes?

Posted 31 January 2011
The Lake District ski club is set to return to action as work has been going on to fix its ski tow.
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Diamond Head Weezer and more for Sonisphere

Diamond Head Weezer and more for Sonisphere

Posted 31 January 2011
Diamond Head, Weezer, Airbourne and more for Sonisphere
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Snowdonia ridge solitude praised

Snowdonia ridge solitude praised

Posted 28 January 2011
A mountain guide has described the joys of a winter walk on the Carneddau ridge in Snowdonia.
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Trust volunteers in conservation move

Trust volunteers in conservation move

Posted 28 January 2011
Conservation volunteers made good use of their winter jackets as they set out to repair bird habitats in a Highland glen amid cold temperatures and frozen ground.
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Forest plans 'only protect half the land'

Forest plans 'only protect half the land'

Posted 28 January 2011
Only half of the Forestry Commission property the government wants to sell off will still have guaranteed public access afterwards under the plans as they stand, the Ramblers has argued.
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Holiday firm cash to help preserve footpaths

Holiday firm cash to help preserve footpaths

Posted 27 January 2011
A holiday firm has donated cash to help maintain footpaths in Glencoe.
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Forest access the issue, not ownership, say Ramblers

Forest access the issue, not ownership, say Ramblers

Posted 27 January 2011
The Ramblers has listed five guarantees it wants to see regarding the proposed sell-off of Forestry Commission land in England.
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Hiking 'one of best ways to get fit'

Hiking 'one of best ways to get fit'

Posted 27 January 2011
Walking is one of the very best ways to get fit, helping to ward off various conditions and costing nothing, the Ramblers has said.
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Climbers may benefit if Scottish wild land petition succeeds

Climbers may benefit if Scottish wild land petition succeeds

Posted 26 January 2011
The John Muir Trust has presented a petition calling for greater environmental protection for Scotland's wild land at the parliament building in Edinburgh.
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Walkers to get new youth hostel in Castleton

Walkers to get new youth hostel in Castleton

Posted 26 January 2011
The Youth Hostels Association will be able to offer a new hostel in Castleton after agreeing a deal with the national park authority for the purchase of the Losehill Hall educational facility.
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BMC backs forest campaign

BMC backs forest campaign

Posted 26 January 2011
The British Mountaineering Council has joined those campaigning to ensure any sell-off of Forestry Commission land does not lead to a loss of access for walkers and other visitors.
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Ladies Night returns to Isle of wight festival

Ladies Night returns to Isle of wight festival

Posted 26 January 2011
Friday Night is Ladies Night at the Isle of Wight
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Hare-raising walk in prospect

Hare-raising walk in prospect

Posted 25 January 2011
A chance to see hares on the moors is one part of a family walk planned in the Peak District next month.
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Deeside peak recommended for mountain bikes

Deeside peak recommended for mountain bikes

Posted 25 January 2011
A new family walking guide has tipped one of Scotland's Munros as ideal for mountain bikers.
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Welsh village awarded national park gateway status

Welsh village awarded national park gateway status

Posted 25 January 2011
The village of Llanfairfechan on the edge of Snowdonia is to be officially recognised as a gateway to the national park.
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20 More Acts added to Download Festival

20 More Acts added to Download Festival

Posted 25 January 2011
Alice Cooper and 19 others added to Download Festival
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Good boots may be ideal for restored waterfall walk

Good boots may be ideal for restored waterfall walk

Posted 24 January 2011
Good boots and waterproofs may be the key to a good day out at a waterfall, such as a recently restored route in Scotland.
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Letter seeks to retain access to forests

Letter seeks to retain access to forests

Posted 24 January 2011
A number of public figures have signed a letter opposing government plans to sell off Forestry Commission land in England, arguing this could lead to public access being restricted.
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