Village Walks in Britain
W. W. Norton & Company, 1996 - 264 pages
They fall into six regions: the West Country; South and Southeast England; Central England and East Anglia; the North Country; Wales; and Scotland.
Richly illustrated with color photographs, the book features route descriptions and large-scale Ordnance Survey maps with the highly detailed information that makes tours easy and practical.
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VILLAGE SOCIETY 12
THE WEST COUNTRY 19 76
SOUTH AND SOUTH EAST ENGLAND 77 132
CENTRAL ENGLAND AND EAST ANGLIA 133 172
THE NORTH COUNTRY 173 214
19th century Abbey ahead Arms Barn bear Bridge building built car park Castle centre century Chapel Charge church churchyard close continue corner cottages COUNTRY Cross Daily dates early EAST England Farm field follow footbridge garden gate green ground Hall head High Street Hill Hotel House INFORMATION Length John junction keep King known LANE later leads Length of walk lived Lord Manor medieval memorial metres miles miles Approximate Mill Museum Norman once OPEN opposite original parish passing past path POINTS OF INTEREST pushchairs reach REFRESHMENTS remains restored Return River road Roman route School side Square stands steps stile stone suitable TERRAIN tower Town track turn left turn right valley village Wales WALK DIRECTIONS wall West wheelchairs Wood yards