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The Love Run Philadelphia Half Marathon

The Love Run Philadelphia Half Marathon

Guarantee your slot now in the Newest, Premier Philadelphia half marathon

CGI Racing introduced The Love Run~Philadelphia half marathon in 2014 and it quickly became the City's premier Spring half marathon. Your love of running combined with all the great sights and sounds you love about Philadelphia. Join thousands from around the nation for an unforgettable weekend to kickoff the Spring in the City of Brotherly LOVE.

Claire

Six Reasons to Love Autumn Walks

Six Reasons to Love Autumn Walks

We have waved goodbye to August, and September is passing before our eyes. For those sun worshippers amongst you, it’s easy to become sad as you mourn the passing of the long, lazy days of summer. But please don’t despair, autumn has lots to offer and it’s a season to be loved and embraced. Here we celebrate ‘Six Reasons to Love Autumn Walks’.

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Richard

Seeing further....

When the leaves have dropped from the trees you can often see more than when trees are in full leaf.....
Friday, 18 September 2015 4:04 PM
Claire

If you go down to the woods today...Meet Atlas

If you go down to the woods today...Meet Atlas

It’s a bright Sunday morning and you’re heading to the woods for a quiet walk and maybe a picnic. You are likely to come across deer, squirrels and plenty of birds, maybe even a teddy bear’s picnic...but surely not a robot!

Claire

Know your wing tips: A guide to the UK's birds of prey

Know your wing tips: A guide to the UK

When out walking in the hills across the UK, it’s surprising how often you see birds of prey soaring in the skies above. But it’s not always easy to tell a buzzard from a red kite or a kestrel from a hobby. The BBC’s Springwatch Team has created a really helpful guide to help with these raptor dilemmas.

Claire

Walking Festivals... Time to explore South Lincs

Walking Festivals... Time to explore South Lincs

South Lincolnshire Walking Festival presents 76 guided walks between 25 September and 31 October 2015. There’s no better way to discover the hidden treasures of south Lincolnshire than walking through the landscape that witnessed Bronze-age burials; Iron-age mints; Roman forts; the Knights Templar; deserted Medieval villages; castles, cathedrals and monasteries and architecture at its finest.

 

Claire

Cast your vote...The UK’s Favourite Insect

Cast your vote...The UK’s Favourite Insect

Insects are vital for human life on earth but they are often overlooked. The Royal Society of Biology has launched a poll to discover the UK's favourite insect.

Claire

Explore a Corner of Lancashire with the Pendle Walking Festival

Explore a Corner of Lancashire with the Pendle Walking Festival

Pendle prides itself in hosting the UK's largest FREE walking festival and this year it takes place from Saturday 15th to Sunday 23rd August. Choose from 68 guided walks across the course of the 9 days and slot in an iFootpath walk while you're there.

 

Claire

Expert Advice... Stay safe from ticks

Expert Advice... Stay safe from ticks

Walking in the great outdoors has many health benefits, physical and mental, and is widely promoted as part of a healthy lifestyle. One of the small risks of walking in the countryside is the chance of being bitten by a tick. Here we uncover the truth about ticks, Lyme Disease and the precautions you can take to keep yourself (and your dogs) safe.

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Welcome back to the Pine Marten

Welcome back to the Pine Marten

The first confirmed sighting of a wild pine marten in England has been made in more than a century.

 

Claire

Make July your Flower Meadow Month

Make July your Flower Meadow Month

100 years ago colourful flower-rich meadows and grasslands were an intrinsic part of our agriculture and people’s daily lives. Meadows are grown in spring, cut in late summer and the hay is stored for use as animal feed over the winter months. Fast forward to today and over 97% of wildflower meadows have been lost.  To celebrate these now very rare and special spaces and to raise awareness of their striking decline, the first ever National Meadows Day was held on Saturday 4 July and July is the perfect time to visit.

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