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Wickersley Wood Walk

“Wickersley Walk: Wickersley Wood, Rotherham (South Yorkshire)”

Wickersley Walk

This Wickersley walk is one of Rotherham Council’s ‘Doorstep Walks’ and is around 2 miles long. It is our local walk, so could be termed an old classic – it’s our go to for evenings after work or when we want to get out but don’t have much time. Depending on how energetic we’re feeling, we tend to change it up by taking slight variations on the route once we get out the wood...

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“Swing into Spring”

 

A Woodland Picture

Taken on the Wickersley Wood Walk

Report here

Walking route here

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Doncaster

Doncaster Minster

“The place to be for walks in Doncaster”… Doncaster is a historic market town which was founded by the Romans in AD71. It can boast not one but two Norman castles (Conisbrough and Tickhill) and was the town where the steam trains the Flying Scotsman and the Mallard were built...

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Visions

“Check out the Awesome Pictures!”

It’s not hard to get carried away taking pictures when you’re walking in lovely countryside or past famous or interesting landmarks. You will see from other walk reports in the Ramble Vault that I’m not a photographer by any stretch of the imagination – in fact I’m only normally armed with my iPhone and its trusty point and press camera. The photos below are ‘lucky accidents’ where the visions I see in front of me are actually translated into (in my opinion) a pretty awesome picture. Click on the picture and it will take you to a larger version. Enjoy!

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