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    Car Free Walks Newsletter 21

    The latest news from Car Free Walks
    If you have visited Car Free Walks website since the New Year you will have noticed a host of new features and a fresh new look, all with the aim of making it easier for you to add, share and find walks. As well as improved navigation and layout, you can benefit from: enhanced GPX uploads: add walks simply from your GPX files individual walk lists: you can now create and share a set of your favourite or connected routes a refined rating system: this gives you an indication of how easy or difficult the walk is.

    Win An Ordnance Survey Custom Made Map

    Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk to our website into a prize draw to win some goodies.
    For the January to March 2017 prize draw we will be giving away an Ordnance Survey Custom Made personalised map worth £16.99 to three lucky individuals. Ideal for anyone who loves the countryside, you can now get a personalised map direct from Ordnance Survey.

    Redpine
    16 Mar 2017

    Walk One Way & Catch The Bus Back
    Walk: The Jurassic Coast from Sidmouth to Seaton

    I love this walk it's got amazing views.I recommend walking one way and catching the AVMT 899 bus back, it runs from Seaton to Sidmouth via Beer & Branscombe.The 899 is a brilliant bus ride, traveling along scenic country lanes with great views.


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    28 Feb 2017

    Waypoint 6
    Walk: Purbeck Coast

    Thanks Andrew, we'll correct that asap.

    28 Feb 2017

    Walk Distance
    Walk: Brockenhurst Circular

    Hi Razouski, sorry to hear that! Walk estimates are not an exact science, I'm afraid, but hopefully you enjoyed the walk all the same. Tim

    26 Feb 2017

    A Great Walk
    Walk: A pier to pier walk in East Sussex

    Thursday & Friday 23/24 February 2017 A great walk !! You might enjoy : http://ramblingwithric.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/pier-to-pier.html Please keep the walks coming. Ric the Rambler


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