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Car Free Walks newsletter #16, winter 2015

Walk here ...Ever been to the Isle of Man?

There’s plenty of good walking to be done here. Regular contributor Mac Hawk has added three varying routes on the island – one up a hill, one around a headland and one along the coast. The Isle can be reached by ferry from Heysham, Liverpool and Belfast. Time to start planning your own trip! Look out for a blog on Martin’s trips, which will be online... Read full article

An island with plenty packed in

Most people’s first thoughts about the Isle of Man will probably relate to motorbike racing, particularly the TT races.

Or maybe its the ‘Three legs of Mann’ symbol, or perhaps its position as a tax haven within the British Isles.  Sunset at Port Erin But from a walker’s perspective, this is a gem of a place. It has rolling hills, lofty sea cliffs, lonely beaches and glorious glens. There... Read full blog entry

Prizedraw: submit a walk and win

A celebration through the seasons of life on and around the roof of all England.

Accompanied by an evocative musical score from Freddiehangoler, Terry Abraham's spectacular two hour documentary tells the story of Scafell Pike in the beautiful Lake District through the eyes of the farmers who work the valleys and fells, those who climb the mountain for pleasure and those who try to protect its slopes... Read more on how to win

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