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News - March 2011

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Waterfalls a feature of Beacons walk

Waterfalls a feature of Beacons walk

Posted 31 March 2011
Walkers who like waterfalls may find a very good reason to be in the Brecon Beacons next month.
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Waterways consultation may interest fishing tackle users

Waterways consultation may interest fishing tackle users

Posted 31 March 2011
Those who like to go fishing may wish to have their say in a public consultation over the creation of a body to replace British Waterways.
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Scouts camp overnight to get ‘first dibs’ on our new Manchester store

Scouts camp overnight to get ‘first dibs’ on our new Manchester store

Posted 31 March 2011
Scouts camp overnight to get ‘first dibs’ on our new Manchester store!
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Helvellyn fence proposed

Helvellyn fence proposed

Posted 30 March 2011
National park bosses in the Lake District has proposed fencing off an area below the summit of one of England's highest mountains to allow woodland to re-grow.
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Simply red call for mountain rescue team

Simply red call for mountain rescue team

Posted 30 March 2011
An awareness day is to be held by a mountain rescue body based in South Yorkshire in early May, for which people have been urged to wear the familiar red shade of the team's waterproof jackets.
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Charity challenge tackles West Highland Way

Charity challenge tackles West Highland Way

Posted 29 March 2011
A group of charity challengers will be putting on their walking boots and raising cash for the John Muir Trust along the 96 miles of the West Highland Way.
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AONB extension decision passed to minister

AONB extension decision passed to minister

Posted 29 March 2011
A decision is set to be made by a Welsh assembly minister on the possible extension of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in north Wales.
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Islands to get official search and rescue team?

Islands to get official search and rescue team?

Posted 28 March 2011
A new search and rescue service for the outer Hebrides is seeking official recognition, which could be good news for climbers and walkers.
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Mountaineer offers change to try classic Lakes route

Mountaineer offers change to try classic Lakes route

Posted 28 March 2011
Those who fancy a sponsored walk in the Lake District can undertake one in the company of one of Britain's top mountaineers.
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Muse to honour 10 year anniversary of Origins of symmetry album

Muse to honour 10 year anniversary of Origins of symmetry album

Posted 28 March 2011
Muse 'Probably' going to play Origins of Symmetry in it's entirety
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Bill Bailey to headline Saturn stage at Sonisphere

Bill Bailey to headline Saturn stage at Sonisphere

Posted 28 March 2011
Bill Bailey and more Comedy heading to Sonisphere
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Glastonbury resale date announced

Glastonbury resale date announced

Posted 25 March 2011
The sale date for returned Glastonbury 2011 tickets has been announced.
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Pennines walk 'ideal for Trust'

Pennines walk 'ideal for Trust'

Posted 25 March 2011
The John Muir Trust has celebrated the success of one of its volunteers in getting a walking route in the North Pennines into a book of the world's top walking routes.
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Fells project seeks volunteers off the hill

Fells project seeks volunteers off the hill

Posted 25 March 2011
The Fix the Fells project in the Lake District is seeking new volunteers to give its work off the hills a boost.
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Lakes to become Fairtrade zone

Lakes to become Fairtrade zone

Posted 24 March 2011
The Lake District has decided to become a Fairtrade Zone, which may please ethically-minded visitors.
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Change at the top in Lake District

Change at the top in Lake District

Posted 24 March 2011
A local farmer is to take on a senior role in the Lake District National Park Authority, it has been announced.
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Walkers urged to act in litter campaign

Walkers urged to act in litter campaign

Posted 24 March 2011
Walkers encountering litter can take legal action to have it cleared up, it has been noted.
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Coastal path blueprint published

Coastal path blueprint published

Posted 23 March 2011
Details have been produced of the first 30-miles section of the proposed English Coastal Path.
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National park offers audio walks

National park offers audio walks

Posted 22 March 2011
Those walking in the Dartmoor national park will be able to get a guided tour of some areas even when they are all alone, thanks to a new set of downloads.
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Conservation body picked as festival partner

Conservation body picked as festival partner

Posted 22 March 2011
The Keswick Mountain festival has revealed the body behind the Fix the Fells path conservation project will be its charity partner this year.
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