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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...

  This blog is titled space. And I have chosen this word because for me "space" is one of the joys I find when walking in the English countryside. On days like today, I leave behind...

Earlier this week our new administration apprentice James got to enjoy his first official Foot Trail when he joined Director David as he worked to create one of our brand new...

David has been out walking in Gloucestershire this week - but was this winter walk, at a time when Britain is in the media for its winter storms, what he...

  For some time we have yearned to make a film. Something that shows you in images and sound what we believe in and do. Last November we made it happen and the result...

As a bright sun rose this morning in Wiltshire I grabbed my camera and boots as quickly as I could and headed outside into the village. A sharp winter frost...