Pennine Way


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Pennine Way

n
(Placename) a long-distance footpath extending from Edale, Derbyshire, for 402 km (250 miles) to Kirk Yetholm, Scottish Borders
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A HOLMFIRTH brewery is making the official beer of the Pennine Way.
A NEW four part documentary series celebrates the 50th anniversary of the stunning Pennine Way, presented by polar adventurer and ocean diver Paul Rose.
A BLIND Scot and his guide dog walked into the record books yesterday by completing the 268-mile Pennine Way for charity.
FORESTERS' Pennine Way branch, based in Huddersfield, won a trophy at a regional quiz.
The 1902 chapel is on the Pennine Way and Pennine Cycleway, and David also holds stained glass workshops.
The ACross Country group will take adults to the northern tip of the Pennine Way from October 6 to 8.
Like John Weatherall, Steve Westwood has also clocked up four Pennine Way walks.
DAVID GREENWOOD, a registrar in Barnsley who lives at Beaumont Park, gives a personal view of the Pennine Way
Visitors can enjoy lots of walks from the site and the Teesdale and Pennine Ways are close by.
With three national trails - Hadrian's Wall Path, Cleveland and Pennine Ways ( in the region, there's plenty of long walks for seasoned hikers but if a gentle saunter or afternoon drive is more your thing, again the region comes up trumps.
Pennine Ways are staging the auction on December 4, at the Alston House Hotel.