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Have baby. Like hiking!

Baby Routes has moved….

If you like what you see here, please visit Baby Routes at babyroutes.co.uk for all the recent walks, posts and reviews! Hope to see you there soon!

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For loads of inspiration for outdoor fun and making for your kids check out this great series of books by Fiona Danks and Jo Schofield. Just click the image to link through to Amazon. Just the…

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Shakespeare’s Way

‘…a turn or two I’ll walk, to still my beating mind’ (Prospero in the Tempest, Act 4, Scene 1) Even William Shakespeare appreciated the benefits of a good walk. What more appropriate way could you find to mark William Shakespeare’s … Continue reading

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Free National Trust entry this weekend – 21st/22nd April

Just a quick post as this is an opportunity too good to miss! If you’re not already a member of the National Trust and at a loose end this weekend, why not take your family to your local National Trust … Continue reading

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Poo bags!

Ok – admittedly talking about poo is something that new parents unexpectedly find themselves able to hold forth on with surprising¬†eloquence¬†and enthusiasm. Some would even excel if selecting it as their specialist subject on Mastermind! Today however I am not … Continue reading

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Updating walks

The walks and this site are constantly being updated and improved as I find better ways of doing things and new walks to share. The latest change sees the addition of Ordnance Survey OpenSpace maps on the walks details as … Continue reading

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Map reading and countryside access

Map reading – a dying art? So several articles I found recently on the web would have it. The advent of SatNav systems and beloved SIRI on our iPhones means we no longer rely on map reading and the art … Continue reading

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