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CPRE Herts. responses to significant planning applications in December 2017 are stored here

This circular walk of about 5¼ miles starts and finishes in Barkway, which is situated on the B1368 3½ miles south of Royston in the north of the county.

The route takes in the village of Reed with its Saxon church and includes a short detour to enjoy the fine views from the chalk escarpment over the flat land to the north.

There is another short detour to visit the site of a long-abandoned moated settlement, before returning across the fields to Barkway.

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This 4.7 mile circular walk in Hertsmere that ventures inside the M25 was devised by CPRE Herts' Trustee Eliza Hermann , and includes some lovely footpaths, spectacular views, and interesting woodlands.


The walk starts and finishes at beautiful Shenley Park which is run by the Shenley Park Trust. You can visit the apple orchard, the wildflower meadow, the walled garden, or stop for refreshments at the aptly named Cafe in the Orchard.

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CPRE Herts. responses to significant planning applications in November 2017 are stored here
CPRE Herts. responses to significant planning applications in October 2017 are stored here

This 4.5 mile circular walk was devised and test walked by Liz Hamilton. This circular walk starts and finishes in Wilstone village, two miles north west of Tring Hertfordshire.

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East Herts District Council (EHDC) draft plan, which includes taking land out of the Green Belt so that 13,500 houses can be built without trespassing on the Green Belt, comes before a planning inspector next week, starting on 3 October. If anyone is as opposed to this as CPRE Hertfordshire, this is the last chance to make your voice heard.

 

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