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News - May 2011

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Use of walking boots 'can relieve stress'

Use of walking boots 'can relieve stress'

Posted 27 May 2011
Walking can help people in a mental and physical way.
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Britons may have urge to go walking in coastal areas

Britons may have urge to go walking in coastal areas

Posted 26 May 2011
More of the sea around the UK is getting cleaner.
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8 More bands for V Festival

8 More bands for V Festival

Posted 26 May 2011
D12, Slaughterhouse, Ziggy Marley and more for V Festival
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Camping gear 'can be used at glamorous UK sites'

Camping gear 'can be used at glamorous UK sites'

Posted 25 May 2011
There are some high-class campsites located in Britain.
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Summer 'is a great time to pack walking boots and head to Pembrokeshire'

Summer 'is a great time to pack walking boots and head to Pembrokeshire'

Posted 24 May 2011
Pembrokeshire is one of the UK's top walking spots.
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Britons 'can still go walking in Broads'

Britons 'can still go walking in Broads'

Posted 23 May 2011
The construction of a bridge will cause little disruption to walkers in the Broads.
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KBYG Behind the Scenes: Family Camping

KBYG Behind the Scenes: Family Camping

Posted 23 May 2011
Behind the Scenes from the upcoming Know Before You Go Family Camping Video
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New site is built as camping restrictions reminder issued

New site is built as camping restrictions reminder issued

Posted 20 May 2011
A new campsite is being built on the east shore of Loch Lomond as the introduction of the ban on wild camping approaches.
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Guided walks beginning on mountain

Guided walks beginning on mountain

Posted 20 May 2011
Guided walks are re-starting on Cairn Gorm from the top station of the funicular railway.
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Lake District 'great place to camp'

Lake District 'great place to camp'

Posted 20 May 2011
The Lake District is one of the best places anyone can camp in during the summer, it has been claimed.
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Competition offering Glasto tickets

Competition offering Glasto tickets

Posted 20 May 2011
A competition is being run to win tickets to join the thousands camping in tents at the Glastonbury Music Festival next month.
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Walkers warned over dog control

Walkers warned over dog control

Posted 20 May 2011
Walkers in the Yorkshire Dales have been urged to keep their dogs under control as they roam the moors, to protect nesting birds.
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Mountain body gains climbing extension

Mountain body gains climbing extension

Posted 20 May 2011
A Lancashire climbing hotspot will now be open for a month longer than previously thought after negotiations involving the British Mountaineering Council.
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New charity walk challenge for Scotland

New charity walk challenge for Scotland

Posted 20 May 2011
New charity walk challenge for Scotland
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On track for a Peak walk

On track for a Peak walk

Posted 19 May 2011
A Peak District walk next month may appeal to those who enjoy following routes along old railway lines.
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Glastonbury stage taking shape

Glastonbury stage taking shape

Posted 19 May 2011
Photos have been published of the early work being carried out to set up the structures, barriers and facilities for Glastonbury 2011.
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Lakes incident may show value of separate GPS

Lakes incident may show value of separate GPS

Posted 19 May 2011
A man who could not operate his GPS and mobile phone at the same time while lost on a mountain has managed to get off safely despite not being found by rescuers.
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Forest trip by panel welcomed

Forest trip by panel welcomed

Posted 19 May 2011
The Ramblers has welcomed news that the panel charged with formulating government policy on forests will be visiting woodlands to seek the views of leisure users there.
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Car climbs Ben Nevis

Car climbs Ben Nevis

Posted 19 May 2011
A group of volunteers has put a Model T Ford on the summit of Ben Nevis, a century after the feat was first completed.
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Walkers may enjoy hill fort

Walkers may enjoy hill fort

Posted 19 May 2011
Those keen to discover more about the history of Britain's ancient upland landscapes might wish to see what is going on in an archaeological dig at a Bronze Age hill fort in the North York Moors National Park.
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