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Walks.

Northumberland

Ford and Etal: a circular walk of six miles exploring the countryside around Ford.

Holy Island: a trail around historic Lindisfarne.

Bolam Lake to Shaftoe Crags: six miles of varied landscape and stories of old.

Craster: a tour of the famous home of the Craster Kipper.

Corbridge and Aydon Castle: five miles of Hadrian's Wall country, taking in an ancient town and a medieval castle, via stunning woodland.

Leaflets available from TICs, libraries and via www.northumberland. gov.uk/CS_Countryside.asp

South Tyneside

The River Don Walk, from West Boldon to Bede's World.

Linnet Way Walk, from Brockley Whins to Marsden Rock.

Bede's Way Walk, from St Paul's to St Peter's.

Shipyard Stroll, a historic circular route around Hebburn.

New Year Resolution Wander: a nine mile walk from Bede's World at 10am on January 8.

For details contact Emma Charters on (07734) 971235. More details of all walks at www.southtyneside.info

Guided Walks in County Durham.

January 1 ( New Year Special: eight miles, meet at 10.15am at Wolsingham station for the train to Stanhope.

January 2 ( Seven mile walk from Middridge: meet at 11am at Middridge Village Hall car park.

January 5 ( Castle Eden and Durham Coast: 12 mile walk from the car park opposite the Castle Eden Inn at 10am.

January 9 ( Towler Hill and Pecknell: easy walk for 3.5 miles at 1.30pm from the Post Office, Galgate, Barnard Castle.

January 12 ( No Place for lunch: a 10 mile walk, including pub lunch, meet at 10am at Causey Arch picnic area.

The guided walks involve fees, for details contact (0191) 383-4144.

More details at www.durham.gov.uk
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