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I moved to Bath all of two weeks ago to start my journey with Foot Trails. Christmas shopping trips and city centre lunches left me feeling I had seen most of the city, with not an awful lot left to be discovered. To get to know our style of walks and the city, the Foot Trails team decided it would be a great idea and opportunity for me to take one of our trail cards out for the morning.

Rural Somerset and the old bench It is the peaceful, down to earth natural beauty of rural Somerset which captures my heart every time. This rural county manages to deliver modern standard...

Sarah Wilson - hiking, sugar and Foot Trails We received a request in April, could we arrange a walking holiday for Sarah Wilson? Well of course we could. (pictured above) Some of you may know...

Splash of colour! Who says grey skies and rainy days are no fun?! It's true - we all know it rains sometimes in England! But we love the rain too. It makes...

Today is May Day in England! A traditional celebration day of fertility that started in Pagan times and has Celtic connections. May Day first appeared before Christianity grew in popularity in England...

I took a walk in Somerset this afternoon and it was a complete tonic. I walked in a valley in north east Somerset, not so far from where I live and...

I'm thrilled to hand over the reigns (or pen) for the blog to Nicki today (pictured below) volunteer Trail Guide for Foot Trails. Nicki has recently returned from walking the first 3...

Bath is a special city in my books for several different reasons. Firstly, it is the only city that features in a Foot Trail. We love rural England's countryside and villages and...