organised walkes viewpoints points of interest etc in Staffordshire
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Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints in Staffordshire

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Staffordshire Country Parks, Walks & Viewpoints

TOURS - Lichfield area

For further information about the tours listed below contact:
Tel: 01543 308216    Fax: 01543 308211     E-mail: tic@lichfield-tourist.co.uk

A LICHFIELD DAY OUT - Full day with guided city and cathedral tours - something special, add a cream tea.

PERAMBULATING THE PUBS - visit some of the many historic pubs of Lichfield (tasting only at the end!).

FOR LOVERS OF ROMANCE - visit the romantic spots and hear the stories.
CIVIL WAR TOUR - find out how the three sieges of the Civil War affected Lichfield.

A LICHFIELD DISCOVERY - a full day combining a city tour with a visit to the Mansion House at Shugborough.


CHOCOHOLICS TOUR - a city tour plus a visit to the Tudor of Lichfield, where locally made chocolate is sold - enjoy a tasting.

WINTER TOURS - 'Gruesome and Ghostly' - an evening walk with stories to chill your bones, then finishing at a local hostelry with a warming drink.


SHOPPING SPECIALS - city tour combined with a visit to any of our excellent craft shops.

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Brewing Trail
 

This trail will introduce you to the brewing capital of Britain. The route takes you past information panels, red waymarker signs and finger posts, which show the way. It is all accessible in a wheel chair. The walk takes about an hour.

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Borough Trail
 

This trail will take you past the breweries and public buildings, which symbolised the town's prosperity. The route takes you past information panels, green waymarker signs and finger posts which show the way. It is all accessible in a wheel chair. The walk takes about an hour and fifteen minutes.

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Abbey Trail
 

This trail will introduce you to the historic town, which dates back to before the Norman Conquest. The route takes you past information panels, blue waymarker signs and finger posts which show the way. It is all accessible in a wheel chair. The walk takes about an hour.

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Cannock Chase Outdoor Trails

Near Rugeley, Staffordshire

The Great War Trail reminds us that During World War I, the Chase was home and training ground to thousands of Commonwealth servicemen. Cannock Chase Maps and information are available from Cannock Chase Visitor Centres and local booksellers.

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DEFRA – Rural Affairs

Tel: 08459 335577      E-mail: helpline@defra.gsi.gov.uk
Web: www.countrywalks.defra.gov.uk

More than 1800 walks etc in the United Kingdom. Simply select your destination and you will be rewarded with mini guides and map references to help you explore the countryside at your leisure.

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Mow Cop Castle

Mow Cop, Nr Biddulph, Staffordshire
E-mail: robert@mowcop.com     Web: www.mowcop.com

Stunning views of North Staffordshire and the Cheshire plains can be seen from the remains of the castle.

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The Staffordshire Way

Web: www.staffordshire.gov.uk

The Staffordshire Way starts at Mow Cop in the North of the County, passing Rudyard Lake along the Churnet Valley to Uttoxeter, leading to the south of the County.

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