Maggie’s Icknield Way

We have another intrepid walker who has now completed walking the Icknield Way, this time raising awareness and money for Luton Foodbank. Please donate to help ensure no-one in Luton goes hungry. A very interesting and amusing photographic diary has been completed. Well worth a read and laugh. Link: where can also donate to

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The Roman Roads of East Anglia – Lidar Discoveries

A free to attend talk by Dr David Ratledge on recent historic Lidar discoveries in East Anglia 2pm, Saturday 14th October 2023Davies Memorial Hall, The Street, Herringswell,Suffolk IP28 6ST The past ten years have seen a transformation in our understanding of Britain’s Roman road network, as a consequence of Lidar data becoming freely available.Dr Ratledge

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BBC Audio – Ramblings

Clare Balding joins notable and interesting people for a walk through the countryside. In this episode she walks with David Falk, Green Access Manager at Suffolk County Council on parts of the Icknield Way in Suffolk. This section goes through a large pine forest and open heathlands and is lovely walking terrain. Listen to the

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Clearance at Sewell

A belated thanks to the North Chiltern Path Maintenance Volunteers (NCPMV) who, in August, cleared a section of the Icknield Way in Sewell just north of Dunstable, Bedfordshire. Map 3 of the Icknield Way Walkers Guide. The volunteer group is run by the Chiltern Society and does path improvement activities across the Chilterns. If you

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