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New research by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) shows the huge potential of the Green Belt in terms of amenity and nature conservation. 

A circular walk of approximately four miles devised for us by our Chairman, David Irving.

This 4.1 mile circular walk starts and ends at the rail station in Berkhamsted in the west of the county HP4 2AJ . Nearly all of the walk is within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the first half of the route follows part of the Hertfordshire Way, the 195 mile long-distance path around the whole of Hertfordshire.

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A circular walk of approximately five miles starting and finishing at the Raven pub in Hexton, devised for us by our Chairman, David Irving.

A circular walk of approximately five miles devised for us by our Chairman, David Irving.

A circular walk of approximately six miles devised for us by our Chairman, David Irving.

The final consultation on Welwyn Hatfield’s Local Plan includes a proposal for 1,100 houses at Simondshyde north of Coopers Green Lane. The site is being promoted by Gascoyne Cecil Estates.

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