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News - October 2011

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Sir Jimmy Saville 'a friend of the outdoors'

Sir Jimmy Saville 'a friend of the outdoors'

Posted 31 October 2011
Sir Jimmy Saville's affinity with the Scottish Highlands has been revealed in the wake of his passing at the age of 84.
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Walkers caught out by dark - before clocks go back

Walkers caught out by dark - before clocks go back

Posted 31 October 2011
Even while it was still British Summer Time a group has managed to get stuck on a mountain while darkness descended.
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Welsh coast 'best place to walk in the world'

Welsh coast 'best place to walk in the world'

Posted 28 October 2011
Those who want to visit any region of the world to walk in its wonderful scenery should choose the Welsh coast ahead of Queensland or Kenya, a new guide has said.
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Walkers to get lighter winter afternoons?

Walkers to get lighter winter afternoons?

Posted 28 October 2011
Coming down off the mountains earlier in winter could soon be a thing of the past, as the government has indicated it may support an amended version of a private member's bill aiming at abolishing Greenwich Mean Time.
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Forest walkers deliver leafy messages

Forest walkers deliver leafy messages

Posted 28 October 2011
Walkers have been sending their message to the government's forestry panel ahead of its report next month on future policy in this area.
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Cyclists get regional route guide

Cyclists get regional route guide

Posted 27 October 2011
A new guide has been produced for cyclists in the best parts of the south-west of England's countryside.
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Peak walk to take in 'Cheshire Matterhorn'

Peak walk to take in 'Cheshire Matterhorn'

Posted 27 October 2011
One if the shapeliest hills in Cheshire is the subject of an upcoming guided walk.
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Group lost in dark on mountain

Group lost in dark on mountain

Posted 26 October 2011
Wasdale Mountain Rescue has repeated its warning to walkers to take torches up the hills with them on short days after carrying out another rescue of people lost in the dark.
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Fell runner to take on Lake District challenge

Fell runner to take on Lake District challenge

Posted 26 October 2011
A fell runner is to jog, swim and kayak to, between and past the two longest lakes in England in a 72-mile epic for charity.
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Get a high from a low walk

Get a high from a low walk

Posted 26 October 2011
A guided walk in the Peak District staged next month offers a series of lows - of the nice kind.
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Goldmine plan agreed after Munro access confirmed

Goldmine plan agreed after Munro access confirmed

Posted 25 October 2011
Access for Munroists will be preserved under a new goldmines scheme in Scotland that has received the green light.
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Warning to walkers over clock change

Warning to walkers over clock change

Posted 25 October 2011
Walkers have been reminded to prepare for the earlier sunsets after the clocks go back this weekend, as this may leave some descending from hills in the dark.
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Remembering on Dartmoor

Remembering on Dartmoor

Posted 25 October 2011
Walkers on Dartmoor can take to the hills on Remembrance Sunday while still paying their respects.
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Ramblers project revives Surrey path

Ramblers project revives Surrey path

Posted 24 October 2011
Volunteers from the Ramblers have helped carry out restoration work to open up a long-distance path through Surrey and Kent.
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Lake District invaded by jelly

Lake District invaded by jelly

Posted 24 October 2011
Walkers in the Lake District have been encountering a mysterious jelly of unknown origin.
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Mountain rescue team gains award

Mountain rescue team gains award

Posted 24 October 2011
Brecon Mountain Rescue team has had its work recognised by the local police.
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Lakes to mix stargazing with beer festival

Lakes to mix stargazing with beer festival

Posted 21 October 2011
Stargazers who enjoy a beer may have the perfect combination of reasons to be in the Lake District at the end of this month.
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Survey to reveal more about history of the Lakes

Survey to reveal more about history of the Lakes

Posted 21 October 2011
The ancient human impact on the Lake District landscape will be detailed more later this month when the findings of new research are published, the National Park Authority has said.
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Peak District walk promises big Win

Peak District walk promises big Win

Posted 21 October 2011
A view of Win Hill is one of the rewards for a strenuous Peak District walk to be staged next month.
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Man faces new charges over Snowdon 4x4 case

Man faces new charges over Snowdon 4x4 case

Posted 20 October 2011
New charges will be faced by a man who allegedly drove a 4x4 up Snowdon on two occasions.
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