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Discovering The Cotswold Way By Keith Pauling
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The 102 miles of the Cotswold Way National Trail takes me from the exquisite limestone town of Chipping Campden to the majestic city of Bath. Nature has sculpted and nurtured the landscape into one... More > of the most picturesque regions of England. Along the way I will take a look at how mankind has changed the face of the Cotswolds. I am going to explore all of the interesting places from early Neolithic burial mounds to the great Georgian architectures of Cheltenham and Bath. I will also be learning about “Cheese Rolling” and the many other local customs that add their own special character to this area. Come with me on my journey through the spectacular scenery of the Cotswold way and discover the wonders that make the Cotswolds one of England’s favourite tourist destinations.< Less
Thames Pathway By Keith Pauling
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The Thames Path runs from Kemble in Gloucestershire to the Thames Flood Barrier at Greenwich. A journey of 184 miles. Along the way I explore the places of interest and all the fascinating histories... More > and characters that have influenced life along the river throughout the ages. Travel with me as I follow our greatest river from its tiny beginnings. Gently passing through the watermeadows of the upper reaches then enjoying the delights of the "Royal Thames" before arriving in the bustling capital city. We will learn of the engineering brilliance of Brunel and the other men who contributed to our transport systems. We will learn of the plotting and chicanery of Thomas Wolsey and the romantic tragedy of the "Fair Rosamund". Above all we will take a light-hearted look at our surroundings whilst enjoying the glorious splendour of the River Thames.< Less
Discovering the MacMillan Way By Keith Pauling
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The Macmillan Way is a long distance footpath that was developed to raise public awareness of the charity “Macmillan Cancer Support”. The journey starts at Boston in the wide-open... More > flatlands of the fens. After two days of level walking the route travels through the undulating farmlands of Rutland, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. The path keeps rising as I travel through the glory of the Cotswold Hills before finally crossing the Dorset Downs to the finishing point on the shore at Chesil Beach. During this expedition I will be investigating the places, people and histories that have influenced the locations I visit. From the genius of Isambard Kingdom Brunel to the rules of Dorset Knob Throwing this book will fascinate you from start to finish. All royalties are donated to MacMillan Cancer Support.< Less
Thames Pathway By Keith Pauling
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The Thames Path runs from Kemble in Gloucestershire to the Thames Flood Barrier at Greenwich. A total journey of 184 miles. Along the way I explore the places of interest and all the fascinating... More > histories and characters that have influenced life along the river throughout the ages. Travel with me as I follow our greatest river from its tiny beginnings. Gently passing through the watermeadows of the upper reaches then enjoying the delights of the "Royal Thames" before arriving in the bustling capital city. We will learn of the engineering brilliance of Brunel and the other men who contributed to our transport systems. We will learn of the plotting and chicanery of Thomas Wolsey and the romantic tragedy of the "Fair Rosamund". Above all we will take a light-hearted look at our surroundings whilst enjoying the glorious splendour of the River Thames.< Less
Discovering The Dales Way By Keith Pauling
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The “Dales Way” passes through some of the most beautiful scenery in England. The footpath is 84 miles in length and runs from Ilkley to Bowness-on-Windermere. Starting on the banks of... More > the River Wharfe it follows the river upstream, climbs over the top of the watershed of the Pennines, and then winds steadily down the other side passing through the delightful undulating countryside of where we once used to call Westmorland, before finally arriving at the shore of England’s largest expanse of inland water. Along the way I will be exploring the places that I visit and delving into the histories of the people who have made their contributions to life in the area throughout the ages. Join me on my journey and discover our rich heritage.< Less

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Anochi Anochi By Paul Hamburger
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