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£  4.50 Castlemorton, Upton, Welland & Hanleys -  Map/Atlas showing properties and their names 
£  7.50 Stephen Ballard 1804-1890 "One of Nature's Gentlemen" An interpretation by Pamela Hurle  - To Order Only
£12.95 The River Severn - A Journey Following the River from the Estuary to Its Source
£12.95 The River Teme - Worcester to Source
£12.95 The River Avon - Tewkesbury to Source
£  5.00 Birds & Butterflies around the Malverns
£  7.99 Bath - Insight Great Breaks - Top 10 Highlights, Walks & Tours.  Includes practical Info and colour photography   
£  4.95 Bredon Hill - A Guide to its Archaeology, History, Folklore & Villages - Includes some walks
£  7.99 Great Breaks Cotswolds - Insight   
£  2.99 Cotswolds - AA Mini Guide
£  7.99 Cotswolds  (inc. Oxford & Stratford) - AA Leisure Guide 
   The guide contains 10 walks of 2 - 10 miles, 3 family-friendly cycle rides & 2 Car Tours, each illustrated with a colour map. Each chapter tells you the best places to visit in the Cotswolds and listings pages give reviews of pubs and tea shops plus information on where to shop, local specialities, activities, and local events and festivals.
£10.00 The Hanleys - A history of Hanley Castle & Hanley Swan
£  4.95 Hay-on-Wye - Kittiwake Publication
£12.99 'In my own Time' by Richard Dobson
A historical walk through Herefordshire in the footsteps of 19th Century author & artist Henry Timmins
£10.99 Lost Railways of Herefordshire & Worcestershire - Countryside Books
   Traces the history of the region's railway lines from their opening in the mid 19th century to, in many cases, their closure during the 20th century. Written in a very readable style and profusely illustrated with photographs from the age of steam, together with modern photos showing some of the track and station remains that can still be seen today.
£12.95 Lincolnshire Airfields in the Second World War - Countryside Books
  At the height of the Second World War, Lincolnshire had no fewer than 46 operational airfields, all but nine built since 1939.

The build up of the RAF air offensive after 1940 and the arrival of squadrons from America, Australia, Canada and Poland, meant that by early in 1945 in Lincolnshire alone, there were several thousand aircraft and 80,000 personnel.

In this book, each airfield is described and details of its wartime function given. Also highlighted are the many and varied aircraft that comprised the operational units. Numbered among them are the Lancaster, Manchester, Hampden, Wellington, Hurricane, Spitfire and Beaufighter. Fully illustrated.

£17.99 The Forest & Chase of Malvern - Pamela Hurle
£  8.99 The Malvern Hills - An Ancient Landscape  (Covers the Archaeology of the Hills from prehistoric to present day) - English Heritage
£13.95 The Malvern's & Westward - Travels through the Malverns & East Herefordshire - Pictorial Guide
£12.99 The Malverns - Images of England Pictorial Guide
£16.99 The Malvern Hills - Pictorial Guide - Mike Smart
£25.00 Celebrated Spring of the Malvern Hills - by Bruce Osborne & Cora Weaver
 Photographs, old drawings & detailed maps tell the story of Malvern's spring water & it's rich & long history 
£  7.95 The Malvern Hills - Carl Flint   -   Book 4 The Royal Well, Colwall & Alfrick Pound
£12.95 Severn's Southern Hills - by John Bradford
  A description of the hills flanking the river Severn between Bridgnorth & Gloucester with text and photos
£12.95 Warwickshire Airfields in the Second World War - Countryside Books
   A full account of the part played by Warwickshire's airfields during the Second World War. The history of each airfield is described with the squadrons and aircraft based at them and the main operations flown. The effects of the war on the daily lives of civilians, and the constant dangers from raids and night bombing are also detailed. Fully illustrated.
£  3.50 Finding Worcestershire Milestones - Pictorial Guide - The Worcestershire Group of the Milestone Society
£18.99 Historic Worcester Streets - Terry Wardle   -     Their history & the people who lived & worked in them
£  1.50 Ancient Hills - Guide to geology & natural history of the
£  1.20 Malvern Hillforts
£  1.50 Malvern Chase
£  5.99 Great Breaks Oxford - Insight Guide    
   The guide includes Oxford's top 10 attractions along with 10 irresistible walks and tours specially designed to suit every interest and taste, covering the heart of the university, the high street, west of the city centre and much more, followed by 2 excursions for those wanting to travel a little further afield.
£  2.50 Upton upon Severn Guide

Harvey Maps

£6.95 1/10 000 Malvern Hills
£3.95 1/15 000 Wells of Malvern 

Walking Guides

£  4.00 Walks form Ashton under Hill - (Bredon Hill)
£  9.00 Walking in Berkshire - Cicerone Press Guide
   The 20 walks in this book vary in length from 6 to 13 miles, covering diverse scenery from parkland around Windsor, riverside walks, walks visiting villages and castles such as Stanford Dingley and Donnington Castle, and high open country walks on the Ridgeway near Lambourn.
£  6.95 Discovery Walks in Birmingham & the Black Country - Sigma Guides
£  5.95 The Bristol to Brecon Walk
The route starts from Blaise Castle and heads for the old Severn Bridge by way of Spaniorum Hill and Severn Beach. Once in Wales, the first day finishes at Chepstow Castle. The following day follows an intricate but scenically varied journey to Usk by way of Gray Hill and the Wentwood Forest. An easy start the next day follows the River Usk before heading west to one of the best walkers’ pubs in Wales and the Blorenge ridge. A beautiful descent leads to Abergavenny and the end of the day.  
The climb of Sugar Loaf is the highlight of day four but its attractions don’t end there. The route also ascends Table Mountain before easier and delightful walking leads to the next overnight stop at Crickhowell. Next morning the most varied day of the walk stays attractively at low-level in the morning before the afternoon climb of Tor y Foel (hopefully) gives panoramic views of the Brecon Beacons. This classic group of mountains is traversed during the final day’s walk from Talybont to Brecon, culminating in the ascent of Pen y Fan, the high point of the walk.
£12.00 British Camp & Herefordshire Beacon - by Amanda Simons
£  9.00 Walking in Buckinghamshire - Cicerone Press
   32 walks through bluebell woods, rolling Chiltern hills and pretty villages. The walks are of short and medium length on waymarked paths and bridleways, for all abilities and interests, and include sections of Icknield Way and a section of the Ridgeway.
£11.99 Cheshire - Pathfinder Guide No 42 - Jarrold
£12.00 Historic Walks in Cheshire - Cicerone Press Guide
   20 walks around some of the outstanding countryside and rich historical heritage of Cheshire. The walks combine landscape with architecture, natural beauty with history, and our heritage with our diverse and complex culture. Includes walks around Chester, Beeston Castle, Dunham Massey, Marple, Northwich, Stretton watermill and Peover, to name a few.
£  7.99 Cheshire & the Gritstone Edge - Short walks for all the family - Jarrold Guide No 20
£12.95 Walking in the Chilterns - Cicerone Press Guide
  A guidebook to 35 walks in the Chiltern Hills of southern England. These chalk hills and ancient woodlands stretch from Reading and the Thames valley through Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire to Luton. Walking in the Chilterns - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - for walkers of all abilities, with walks from 4 to 12 miles long
£11.99 Chiltern & Thames Valley Walk - Pathfinder Guide No 25
£  9.99 Ramblers Guide - Chilterns & Ridgeway
£12.95 Walking in the Cotswolds - 30 Classic Hill and Valley Walks - by Damiian Hall - Cicerone Press Guide
  Walking in the Cotswolds describes 30 circular walks set throughout the idyllic Cotswolds in southern England. 14 of the walks include parts of the Cotswold Way National Trail. The Cotswolds AONB has hills, woodlands and secret valleys, with plenty of remoteness, wilderness and epic views that show there is real hill walking country to be found
£  7.99 Drive & Stroll in the Cotswolds - Countryside Books
  Twenty short circular routes for those who enjoy a country drive to an attractive spot for a refreshing walk. Includes routes at Winchcombe, Moreton-in-Marsh and Bibury. With maps and photographs.
£  5.99 Short Walks in the Cotswolds - Collins Ramblers Guide
   Guide to 20 easy walks of 3 hours or less
£  4.99 50 Walks in the Cotswolds - AA
   This guide offers over 50 walks around the Cotswolds, including Chippi ng Camden, Shipton on Stour, Chasleton House, Sherbourne and Wychwood Forest. A range of walks are featured to suit both the casual walker and the hiker, all between two and ten miles (3.2 to 16km) in length. Each walk takes a particular theme: wildlife, history, countryside, and following in the footsteps of the famous. A location map is included to indicate the starting point of each walk and the route to take, with clearly marked topographical features to guide you. Information on footpath signs, countryside access, walking tips, safety guidelines and dog-friendliness is included, and details include refreshment panels highlighting tea-room and pubs.
£  7.99 The Cotswolds  - Short Walks for all the family - Jarrold Guide No 4
£11.99 The Cotswold Way - Trailblazer Guide
   Planning - Places to stay and places to eat.  Includes 44 large scale maps and guides to 48 towns and villages
£12.99 The Cotswold Way - National Trail Guide
   Provides a description of the route divided into fifteen chapters, each covering one day's walk. This work includes: a 1:25 000 Ordnance Survey mapping marked with points of interest along the route; colour photographs; background information on local history, wildlife, archaeology and landscape; and a useful information section.
£12.95 Cotswold Way - Two-way trail description - Cicerone Press Guide
   Guide to the 102-mile Cotswold Way (National Trail) between Chipping Campden and Bath. The route is described in both directions. It meanders through the beautiful Cotswold landscape, visiting honey-coloured villages and old market towns, and ends in the World Heritage City of Bath.
£11.99 Cotswold Walks - Pathfinder No 6
£11.99 More Cotswold Walks - Pathfinder Guide No 40
£12.95 Walking in the Forest of Dean - Cicerone Press Guide
   A guidebook of 25 walks in the Forest of Dean, with all the information needed to enjoy a range of walks in the vales and glades of this ancient area. From short 4-mile walks to all-day sections of long-distance trails such as the Offa's Dyke Path and Gloucestershire Way, this guidebook is an ideal aid for exploring the forest and its history
£9.95 The Geopark Way -  - 109 Walking trail through the Abberley & Malvern Hills Geopark 
  This trail guide is conveniently split into 17 comfortable day walks.  Each of these 17 sections describes and interprets the geological sites found along the trail.  The geology is peppered with interesting facts about the area, along with comprehensive route directions.  Each trail section within the guide is headed by a map detailing the route and sites of interest
£  9.99 50 Walks in Gloucestershire - AA Guide
   Explore the beauty of Gloucestershire with this walking guide. It offers over 50 walks around the country, including the Cotswolds Water Park, Chipping Campden and Tewkesbury and provides places to visit along the way, or extensions to make them easier or more challenging. Each walk highlights a particular feature, for instance wildlife, history or the countryside and ranges from two to ten miles in length. A location map indicates the starting point of the walk while topographical features are clearly marked to guide you along the route. Information is also provided on footpath signs, countryside access, walking tips and safety guidelines and an introduction to the county provides a brief background to the area.
£  6.95 Gloucestershire Way Guide
The Gloucestershire Way provides a continuous walk of 100 miles through the distinctive areas of the Forest of Dean, Severn Vale and Cotswold. Beginning at Chepstow the route passes through Cinderford, Gloucester and Stow-on-the-Wold before finishing at Tewkesbury. The guide breaks the route down into eight sections each with a seperate chapter. These sections begin at Chepstow, Park End, May Hill, Gloucester, Crickley, Salperton, Stow-on-the-Wold and Winchcombe.
£  2.50 Walks in the Hanleys (Hanley Castle & Hanley Swan)
£  6.95 Walks in the Country - Heart of England
£  6.99 Short Walks in Herefordshire and the Wye Valley - Jarrold Guide No 32
£  3.95 Top Ten Herefordshire Walks by Herefordshire Ramblers - 10 walks of various grades around the county
£  7.50 Herefordshire Trail - Hereford Ramblers Guide
£11.99 Hertfordshire & Bedfordshire - Pathfinder Guide No 54 - Jarrold
£  5.95 St. Kenelm's Way
  St Kenelm's Way traces a route of 55 miles through Saxon Worcestershire from Clent to Winchcombe in the Cotswolds.
£11.99 Lincolnshire & the Wolds - Pathfinder Guide No. 50 
£  9.75 The Macmillan Way Guidebook
   This 128 page full colour book describes the route from Boston to Abbotsbury and is complete with 60 maps and 72 illustrations.  

Location: Lincolnshire; Leicestershire; Northamptonshire; Oxfordshire; Warwickshire; Wiltshire; Somerset; Dorset

OS Maps: Explorer™ 261,249,248,234,227,224,207,206, 191,168,156,142,129,117; OL 45, OL15

The Macmillan Way is a 470km coast to coast long distance path that has been developed to increase public awareness of Macmillan Cancer Relief and to assist in raising funds for this charitable organisation. The trail first crosses the Lincolnshire Fens and then follows, as near as possible, the course of the long oolitic limestone belt which comprises stone known as 'Cotswold' in the Cotswold area, but which runs in slightly varying forms all the way from South Yorkshire to Dorset.

The Macmillan Way starts from Boston and then runs across the Fens to their western edge at Kate's Bridge near Bourne before joining the limestone belt. From here it runs to Stamford and then along the shore of Rutland Water to Oakham. It then heads south and west via Warmington to Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswolds. Then follows a glorious section through the Cotswold Hills via Cirencester and Tetbury to Bradford-on-Avon. Then through Somerset and into Dorset via Castle Carey and Sherborne to Abbotsbury, a coastal village noted for its lovely old limestone buildings.

£  7.95 A pictorial guide to the Malvern Hills - Book 1 (of 4)
  North Malvern, West Malvern & Malvern Link.  Written in the 'Wainwright' style including walks
£  7.95 A pictorial guide to the Malvern Hills - Book 2
  Great Malvern Town Centre to St. Ann's Wells Town centre walk
£  7.95 A pictorial guide to the Malvern Hills - Book 3
  Malvern Wells, Welland, Little Malvern, British Camp, Castlemorton Common & Whiteleaved Oak
£  8.99 Walks around the Malverns - Sigma Press
 25 walks around the Malverns and surrounding countryside
£12.99 Walk around the Malverns - Discovery Guide
   30 detailed walks ranging from gentle strolls along the River Severn to strenuous hikes along the length of the Malvern Hills
£  6.95 Walks around the Malverns - Guide
£  3.50 Malvern Hills Trail Maps - Includes five leaflets describing circular walks
£  4.95 The Monnow Valley Walk - Llwybr Dyffryn Mynwy (Descriptive guide to a scenic 40 mile (65km) linear walk from Monmouth to Hay-on-Wye, including suggestions for circular walks)
£  5.95 The Mortimer Trail Official Guide
£11.99 Norfolk - Pathfinder Guide No 45
£12.95 Walking in Norfolk - Cicerone Press Guide
   A handy guidebook of 40 day walks in Norfolk. The variety of circular walks shows that there is so much more to Norfolk than the stereoptypical view of it as, simply, flat. For walkers, it is in fact a surprisingly varied landscape, from its spectacular coastline, the Brecks, the marshes of east Norfolk to the unique Norfolk Broads.
£  6.99 Norfolk into Suffolk, the coastal fringe - Short Walks -  Jarrold Guide No 33
£  6.99 Nottingham & Sherwood Forest - Short walks for all the family - Jarrold Guide No 6
£10.99 The Palladian Way (Buckingham - Bath)
  123 miles - A classical walk past the greatest estates of middle england


Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path - National Trail Guide O.S
£12.95 Peddars Way & Norfolk Coast Path - Cicerone Press Guide
The Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path National Trail is an easy-to-follow 96-mile route that combines the best of inland and coastal walking, and one that is ideal for people new to long-distance walks. In eight detailed stages, this guidebook shows how to complete the scenic trail over a week and how to split it over a series of weekends.
£11.99 Peddars Way - Trailblazer Guide
£12.95 The Ridgeway National Trail - Cicerone Press Guide
  A guidebook to the Ridgeway National Trail, an 87-mile (139km) route through 5,000 years of history, described in both directions between Avebury in Wiltshire to Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire. It passes through two AONBs, the chalky North Wessex Downs and the wooded Chiltern Hills. With information on many historic sites as well as trips off the trail to nearby villages.
£  9.99 Chilterns & RIDGEWAY - Harveys/Collins Ramblers Guide
£12.99 The RIDGEWAY Path - National Trail Guide O.S
£  9.99 The Ridgeway - Trailblazer Guide
£  5.99 Striding around Ross - Guy Vowles  (50 miles of interconnecting walks)
£12.95 The Severn Way - UK's longest river from source to sea - by Terry Marsh - Cicerone Press Guide
  The Severn Way is a 338km (210-mile) walk through the Welsh borders. Beginning at the River Severn's source in Powys, mid-Wales, this guidebook gives all the information needed to enjoy walking the route. The Severn Way meanders through superb landscapes, interesting towns and villages before finishing near Bristol, in south-west England.
£  6.95 Severn Way Guide
£  7.95 Walks in Severn Country - Meridian Guide
£  6.00 Shakespeares Avon Way - SAWA
  88 mile waymarked trail from the source at Naseby to the Severn at Tewkesbury
£  7.75 Shakespeares Way - This guide describes the 146-mile Shakespeare’s Way – a footpath running through the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, Blenheim Park, Oxford, the valley of the Thame, and the beech woods of the Chilterns. Beyond here it takes a surprisingly quiet route into London. The footpath tries to stay as close as possible to the route the ‘Bard’ may have taken on his own journeys between Stratford-upon-Avon and London.
£11.99 Shakespeare Country, Vale of Evesham & Cotswolds - Pathfinder Guide No 33
£11.99 Sherwood Forest - Pathfinder Guide No 20
£  6.95 Pub Strolls in Shropshire - Countryside
  30 short country pub walks. Includes routes near Ludlow, Church Stretton, Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury, Telford and Ellesmere.
£11.99 Shropshire, Staffordshire - Pathfinder Guide No 14 - Jarrold
£12.95 The Shropshire Hills - Cicerone Press
   Explores Shropshire’s hills from Ludlow to the Wrekin, Bewdley to Stiperstones, Wenlock Edge and the Long Mynd in 21 half- and full-day walks. Special features on Ironbridge, Ludlow, Much Wenlock and Bridgnorth and Sabrina Fair.
£  4.95 Walks in the Shropshire Hills - Kittiwake Guide
£11.99 Suffolk - Pathfinder Guide No 48
£12.95 Suffolk Coast & Heath Walks - Cicerone Press
  A handy, pocket-sized guide to 3 long-distance walks in Suffolk, 40 to 60 miles long: the Suffolk Coast Path (Lowestoft to Felixstowe), the Stour and Orwell Walk (Felixstowe to Cattawade) and the Sandlings Walk (Ipswich to Southwold). Three weekends of easy walking covering the whole of the Suffolk Heritage Coast, largely in an AONB
£12.99 Thames Path (Source to East London) - Ordnance Survey Guide
£12.00 Thames Path (Sea to Source) - Cicerone Press Guide
£  7.00 From the Thames to the Wye 
  12 Walks between stations on line from Oxford to Hereford
£  9.99 50 Walks in Warwickshire & the West Midlands - AA Guide
   A variety of mostly mapped walks to suit both the casual walker and the more serious hiker are contained in this illustrated guide. Detailed maps include information on the route - scenery, distance, terrain, places of interest - together with dog-friendly walks. Special features include: an introductory location map indicating the starting point of every walk; a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets; places to visit along the way; refreshment information; and a "what to look for" panel featuring more specific detail of urban and industrial heritage, flora and fauna.
£  4.99 Winchcombe Way - The Official guide to the 42 mile route in the North Cotswolds
£10.00 The Worcestershire Cakes and Ale Trail - by Bob Bibby
  2-5.5 miles circular routes
£  5.00 The Official Worcestershire Way Walkers Guide - Winding its way through 31 miles of beautiful Worcestershire countryside.... -  WCC 
£  2.95 Circular Walks in Worcestershires Heritage Garden
£  9.99 50 Walks in Worcestershire & Herefordshire - 50 walks of 2 to 10 miles, includes guidance for dog walkers - AA
   A variety of mostly mapped walks to suit both the casual walker and the more serious hiker are contained in this illustrated guide. Detailed maps include information on the route - scenery, distance, terrain, places of interest - together with dog-friendly walks. Special features include: an introductory location map indicating the starting point of every walk; a summary of distance, time, gradient, level of difficulty, type of surface and access, landscape, dog friendliness, parking and public toilets; places to visit along the way; refreshment information; and a "what to look for" panel featuring more specific detail of urban and industrial heritage, flora and fauna.
£12.95 The Wye Valley Walk - Chepstow to Powys - Cicerone Press Guide
   The official guide to backpacking or walking the Wye Valley Walk, 136 miles through the Welsh borders, crossing between south Wales and Herefordshire, from Chepstow to Plynlimon. Easy walking through wooded gorges, riverside meadows and open moorland, passing sites such as Tintern Abbey, Goodrich Castle, Hereford Cathedral and Hay-on-Wye.
£12.95 Walking the Wye Valley - Cicerone Press Guide
Guidebook to 30 varied walks of 3 - 10 miles, in the valley of the Wye, the most scenic river in England and Wales, between Chepstow in the south and Plynlimon. Landscape ranges from open moorland to wooded gorges and is dotted with the sites of Iron Age hillforts and castles. Centres include Ross-on-Wye, Hereford, Hay-on-Wye and Rhayader.
£  6.99 Wye Valley (40 Hill and Riverside Walks) - Pocket Mountain Guide
£  7.95 Wye Valley Walk - Official Guide
£11.99 Wye Valley  & Forest of Dean - Pathfinder No 29
£  5.95 The Wysis Way

Climbing Guides
£25.00 Wye Valley - Vol 1: Lower Wye Valley - Climbers Club Guide - Cordee
£17.50 Wye Valley - Vol 2: Symonds Yat - Climbers Club Guide - Cordee
£12.50 The Sandstone Outcrops of the Forest of Dean

Cycle Guides
£  9.99 East of England - AA/Sustrans Cycling Guides 
  Using the National Cycle Network along traffic - free paths, quiet lanes and traffic-calmed roads linking our towns & cities, countryside & places of interest.  Details of rides with maps
£  8.99 The Chilterns Cycleway - 170 mile circular route, on quiet roads, towpaths, cycle lanes & bridleways.  Detailed route info of each section with ) O/S 1/50 000 mapping.  Includes places of interest in 'day ride' section
£12.95 Cycling in the Cotswolds - Half and Full day routes and a 200km toiur of the cotswolds - by Chiz Dakin
£14.95 Cotswold Mountain Bike Guide - 20 Classic Rides - by Tom Fenton
   This book features 20 classic rides between 14km and 77km in length, suitable for mountain bikers of all abilities.  Each ride is described with easy-to-follow directions and is plotted on clear and easy to use Ordnance Survey 1:50 000 mapping.  Also included with each ride are details of distance, timings and difficulty gradings, plus refreshment stops and local knowledge.  A Bonus Section includes details of the downhill riding on Leckhampton Hill, plus top tens for descents, climbs and singletrack.
£  6.99 Cotswolds - Cycling Country Lanes and traffic free family routes - Goldeneye
  The 28 circular routes on this map are designed to follow the quietest country lanes.  They also include traffic-free Family Cycling Trails; Stroud Valley, The Oxford Waterway and Forest of Dean Family Trails. 
£  6.99 Cotswold-off-road bike route - Goldeneye Laminated Map
   10 circular touring routes off the beaten track to explore the very best trails in the cotswolds
£  6.99 Cotswolds Mountain Bike Routes - Goldeneye Map
£  7.95 Forest of Dean Cycling Guide Map - Waterproof, Ordnance Survey Base Map, Tearproof, Trails & Route details  (1/25 000) - Cordee
£  2.99 Forest of Dean Recreation Map - Central Area - A guide to the trails and forestry tracks of the central Dean Area for cyclists and walkers  (scale 1/30 000)
£  4.99 Herefordshire, Worcestershire & North Gloucestershire - Sustrans Pocket Map No 15 for National Cycle Network
£  2.99 The Malverns Offroad Cycling Maps - Map 1 - East - Six circular routes on bridleways and quiet lanes to the east of the Malvern Hills
£  2.99 The Malverns Offroad Cycling Maps - Map 2 - West - Six circular routes on bridleways and quiet lanes to the east of the Malvern Hills
£  9.99 Midlands - AA/Sustrans Cycling Guides 
  Using the National Cycle Network along traffic - free paths, quiet lanes and traffic-calmed roads linking our towns & cities, countryside & places of interest.  Details of rides with maps
£  4.99 East Midlands - Sustrans Pocket Map No. 21 for National Cycle Network
£  7.95 Mountain Bike Guide - East Midlands
£  8.50 Mountain Bike Guide - North Midlands - To Manchester, Cheshire & Staffordshire
£  5.99 West Midlands Cycle Route - 162 mile route - Oxford to Derby via Birmingham - Sustrans
£  4.99 Shropshire, Staffordshire & Black Country - Sustrans Pocket Map No. 22 for National Cycle Network
£  4.99 Severn & Thames Cycle Map - Sustrans  -  Includes Bristol, Bath, Chippenham, Stroud & Swindon and 5 individual day rides
£  4.99 Warwickshire & South Midlands - Sustrans Pocket Map No. 16 for National Cycle Network


Waterways Guides
£  9.95 Wye Canoe? - The Canoeists guide to the River Wye
   The Wye Valley attracts many thousands of visitors each year and the river is a popular resource for sport and recreation. About 250km long, one of the longest rivers in Britain and perhaps the most popular for paddlers of canoes and kayaks in the UK. It is popular for long distance touring, recreational paddling and white water paddling - including the rapids at Symonds Yat which is a nationally important site owned by the British Canoe Union. This is the 12th edition of "The Canoeists' Guide to the River Wye", published by the Environment Agency Wales which is the navigation authority responsible for the Rivers Wye and Lugg - it is their job to look after the environment and navigation for these rivers. The guide provides a comprehensive overview and the latest practical information to help plan a trip



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