Whilst we have all been affected, some more than others, by the coronavirus pandemic fortunately in my case the worst that has happened is that any plans for photo road trips for the foreseeable future have had to be postponed. So instead of getting lost in the landscape in Sutherland the time in lockdown has…Details
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The South West Coast Path Association is a charity that has been looking after the Coast Path for over 45 years. It was instrumental in establishing the South West Coast Path National Trail in 1978 and have been protecting and improving it ever since. South West Coast Path Update About this time last year, one…Details
Over the years I have written posts featuring “Britain’s Beautiful …….” including Castles and Lochs, Lakes and Llyn’s all featuring locations that I have visited on my travels around the British Isles but despite seeing many beautiful bridges I have not until now written about them. In 2015 the Royal Mail recognised their importance by…Details
The BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards 2020 have been voted on by over 17,000 members of the public in celebration of the very best of the British countryside, from national parks, beaches and gardens to nature reserves and outstanding wildlife success stories. The judges were looking for locations and projects that demonstrated a commitment to protect…Details
March 2020 sees the launch of a new tourist route in the British Isles this time in Wales with the “Snowdonia 360” which applies a similar concept to the North Coast 500 which I completed in Autumn 2016. I also completed Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coast and Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way last year and you can…Details
This month, the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) celebrates 50 years since its designation. It is one of Britain’s finest landscapes extending from the Stour Estuary in the south to the eastern fringe of Ipswich and, in the north, to Kessingland. It covers 150 square miles, including wetlands, ancient heaths,…Details