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Compass points

Now I’ve been to three of the four compass points of mainland Britain. Southernmost (Lizard point) Easternmost (Lowestoft Ness) And now the most northerly, Dunnet Head (which is actually further north than John O Groats) Just the western most point … Continue reading

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165. Stanford-le-Hope to Pitsea

December 2006 I did this walk from home first taking the train into London Waterloo, the tube from there to West Ham and a C2C train from West Ham to Stanford-le-Hope. It was a pleasant journey though I had not … Continue reading

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England completed

Today I’ve completed my coastal walk around England as I’ve walked the final stretch of coast in England. That means I can now never go to the coast anywhere in England without saying “I’ve been here before”! I’ve not done … Continue reading

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164. Tilbury to Stanford-le-Hope

November 2006 It was time to move on to a new county. Having started off really enjoying the coast of Kent the last few walks had been mostly marshes and industry and I was getting a bit bored of it. … Continue reading

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163. Gravesend to Cliffe

March 2005 More marshes was the theme for this walk. I did this walk in reverse and about 18 months earlier than my previous walk. The reason for this is that I had earlier had the idea of walking the … Continue reading

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162. Allhallows-on-Sea to Cliffe

October 2006 After previous walks around industry, and tortuous twisty turny paths around numerous streams and estuaries I was looking forward to this walk because on the map later I’d actually be able to draw a long line showing progress … Continue reading

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161. Lower Stoke to Allhallows-on-Sea

October 2006 After my industrial walk last time I was pleased to see that this walk was more rural, though I still had some road walking to endure first. I drove to Lower Stoke and parked in the car park … Continue reading

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