Conservation walks in Northamptonshire
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Conservation walks in Northamptonshire access register 1998. by Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food

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Published by MAFF in London .
Written in English

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ContributionsMinistry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
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Pagination17 pages
Number of Pages17
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Open LibraryOL17326363M

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7 easy-to-follow circular walks in Northamptonshire. 7 easy-to-follow circular walks in Northamptonshire. Seven easy-to-follow hand-crafted circular walks, routes & maps in Northamptonshire of all grades in Walk Grade Order. See this list of walks, routes & maps in. Friday 18th March: Hastings Old Town walk is now live – ‘Walk 55’ under Walks outside were hoping to get out for a walk today, but it’s too cold & drizzly. Thursday 17th March: Almost done writing up our Hastings Old Town walk – we seem to have met a foyle though Tuesday 15th March: Lovely walk round Melton Mowbray & then we just had to buy one. Walk in East South Northamptonshire; Walk in South West Northamptonshire; There are some additional walking routes available at Brackley Routes. If you would like to receive hard copies of any of these guides please email [email protected] Group walks. As of 1 August group walks of up to 30 people are allowed. Conservation Area. Date of Designation. Amended. Area (ha) Latest Appraisal. Abington Park ( leaflet) Article 4(2) Direction for Abington Park. 30 Jan January All Saints ( leaflet) 20 Jan Nov November Barrack Road ( leaflet) Article 4(2) Direction for Barrack Road. 2 Feb Oct

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