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... years many people have enjoyed walking between Ottery and Tipton on one
side of the River Otter, and returning on the other. The walk on the ...
... available means which we are doing by offering people real choices for their
mode of travel which will include public transport, cycling and walking. ...
... Pupils of compulsory school age are entitled to free school transport if they
live beyond the statutory walking distance and attend the school ...
... centre for leisure industries, particularly water sports such as sailing and
wind-surfing, and outdoor activities such as bird-watching and walking. ...
... This will transform them into places where residents are encouraged to walk
and cycle, in particular encouraging children to walk to the local school ...
... following hierarchy: Walking; Cycling; Public Transport; Private Vehicles.
Walking and Cycling. Policy T3. Facilities for pedestrians ...
... Contact Waterlow Professional Publishing, Paulton House, 8
Shepherdess Walk, London, N1 7LB. Tel: 0207 549 8670. ...
... Where to Walk and Ride in Devon Get Naturally Active - with over 100
new day walks available to download and print off! ...
... In this section... Visitor Information Where to go, things to do and places to
stay; Festivals Walking, sporting, folk, food and garden festivals. ...
... The majority of addresses lie within a walking distance of two miles and
therefore would not have a general entitlement to transport. ...

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