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Fan Frynych

This is a great family walk that can be done in half a day and provides great views. A good walk if you’re not comfortable navigating and if you want a relatively straightforward trek. 321 more words

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Greenway Project/ Sneinton

I’m due to be working with some young people soon in an area of Nottingham called Sneinton where we will be responding to the film  354 more words

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Moving On

Back in 2009, I took over the management of Abracadabaret (then Friday Night Magic) from its founders, James Biss & Dave Curran (as I’ve written previously… 288 more words

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Moel Famau

Moel Famau at 554m is the highest peak in the Clwydian Hills and provides excellent views in all directions often having the advantage of being below the cloud base when higher summits are hidden from view. 347 more words

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Sanity Evaluation Ordered For Naperville Murder Suspect

JOLIET, Ill. (STMW) – An evaluation has been ordered to determine the sanity of a 54-year-old man awaiting trial in the 2011 bludgeoning murder of his sister in her home on Naperville’s far south side. 392 more words

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Pen y Fan

This is an ideal walk for those wanting an introduction to the highest land in the Brecon Beacons and uses a relatively unfrequented approach to Pen y Fan avoiding most of the crowds trudging up from Storey Arms on the A470 Merthyr to Brecon road. 387 more words

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Ysgafell Wen & Moel Meirch Circuit

This walk takes you into some wild country that can be notoriously difficult for navigation even when the weather is fine. After heavy rain it would be hard to keep your boots dry and dogged determination might be required in addition to good compass skills. 380 more words

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