East Midlands

    Nottingham

    Victorian wealth and improvement Nottingham is a city that many know for shopping and the arts, but seldom venture outside its inner core. In this walk, Nicholas Rudd-Jones takes you through several of Nottingham’s delightful green spaces WALK DATA Distance: 14.4 km (9 miles); shorter route is 12.3Kms (7.7 miles) Typical time: 4 hours (3.5 […]

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    Leicester

    Ratae – Ledecestre – Leicester – Les-tah! INTRO A walk through Leicester is a walk through architectural history – from the Victorian ‘statement’ buildings of the city centre, when Leicester was one of the wealthiest towns in Europe, via a Lutyens cenotaph, to the bold post-war buildings of the university, most notably Stirling’s Engineering building; […]

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    Lincoln

    Uphill, downhill, the cathedral overlooking everything Lincoln is rich in history, one of Britain’s most important medieval cities, but often overlooked today. This walk takes you through every era from Roman to the modern day, with the glorious cathedral as its high point.  BEST FOR  ‘Architectural inspiration’ Ancient Buildings & Structures (pre-1740) Lincoln Castle, Lincoln […]

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