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National trails petition handed in at Downing Street

National trails petition handed in at Downing Street

Posted 31 January 2013
Campaigners have handed in a petition to Downing Street calling for changes to plans for the future maintenance of national trails.
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Lake District to be kept nuclear free

Lake District to be kept nuclear free

Posted 30 January 2013
Cumbria County Council has decided to refuse a proposal to bury nuclear waste deep under the Lake District.
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New 7K Snowdonia path planned

New 7K Snowdonia path planned

Posted 23 January 2013
A new footpath and mountain bike trail is being created to link two villages in a popular part of Snowdonia.
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Coalition in new forestry pledge

Coalition in new forestry pledge

Posted 7 January 2013
There may be much more chance to go for a walk in the woods under new government plans to plant a million extra trees by 2015.
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Cyclists 'set to benefit from roads programme'

Cyclists 'set to benefit from roads programme'

Posted 5 December 2012
Cyclists have been tipped to benefit from a new government road-building programme.
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Walking 'the key for health'

Walking 'the key for health'

Posted 28 November 2012
Walking and cycling are a great way to get healthy - and that's official.
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Mountain rescuers complete charity challenge

Mountain rescuers complete charity challenge

Posted 20 November 2012
A pair of Mountain Rescue team members have completed a marathon trek around the boundary of their area of operations.
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National park gets safer bridleway

National park gets safer bridleway

Posted 15 November 2012
A new stretch of bridleway has been opened in the Yorkshire Dales, keeping walkers and riders away from a busy main road.
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Lake District wildlife habitat to be restored

Lake District wildlife habitat to be restored

Posted 24 October 2012
A project is taking place to restore wetland habitats in the woods of Claife Heights, overlooking Windermere.
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Cyclists can enjoy new cross-channel route

Cyclists can enjoy new cross-channel route

Posted 18 October 2012
Plans are afoot by businesses in Weymouth to deal with an influx of visitors on two wheels, with a new cross-channel cycle route set to open next year.
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Forest enhancements 'good news for walkers and riders'

Forest enhancements 'good news for walkers and riders'

Posted 11 October 2012
The Forestry Commission is embarking on a project to make a forest in Wales more user-friendly for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
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Hidden part of Lake District opened up

Hidden part of Lake District opened up

Posted 25 September 2012
A pair of new bridges will increase access to a largely unknown corner of the Lake District.
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National park to consult on green lanes

National park to consult on green lanes

Posted 21 September 2012
The Peak District National Park is conducting a public enquiry over the future of two green lanes, from which motorised vehicles may be banned.
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Driving instructors keen to increase safety for cyclists

Driving instructors keen to increase safety for cyclists

Posted 10 September 2012
Cyclists and motorists would be tested on safety if one driving school had its way.
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Northumberland gears up for cycling event

Northumberland gears up for cycling event

Posted 15 August 2012
A successful mountain biking weekend event held in Northumberland last year is back for a second edition.
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Peak District in trails consultation move

Peak District in trails consultation move

Posted 10 August 2012
A consultation is being held with members of the public who may ride or walk on four trails in the Peak District.
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Worcester stadium plan may cause path move

Worcester stadium plan may cause path move

Posted 9 August 2012
A public right-of-way issue in Worcester may cause controversy among horse riders and walkers.
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Cycling base 'should stay in the north'

Cycling base 'should stay in the north'

Posted 9 August 2012
British cycling's successful Manchester base should remain the headquarters of the Olympic team, Sir Chris Hoy has said.
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Peak District 'getting better for walkers'

Peak District 'getting better for walkers'

Posted 7 August 2012
The Peak District National Park has hailed the last few years as a period of success in enhancing both recreation and the environment.
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Wiggins creates controversy over bike helmets

Wiggins creates controversy over bike helmets

Posted 3 August 2012
Bradley Wiggins has clarified his comments over the wearing of cycling helmets.
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