Macmillan Way :: Shared Description

A 290 mile route devised to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support to which all proceeds are donated. It runs along sea banks and river banks, from Boston, across the Lincolnshire fens via Stamford, eventually to Abbotsbury on the Dorset Coast. From the fens it follows, as near as possible, the course of the oolitic limestone belt, called 'Cotswold' stone in that area, but found in slightly varying form from South Yorkshire to Dorset.
The Way provides a link with the Viking Way at Oakham, the Thames Path National Trail near Thames Head and with the South West Coast Path National Trail at the finish. It also has a Macmillan Way West (Link ) from Castle Cary to Barnstaple.
by N Chadwick
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SK9408 : Footpath up to the dam by Alan Murray-Rust
SY5789 : Lane heading north to Kingston Russell by N Chadwick
ST8692 : Tunnel of trees by Alan Murray-Rust
SK9508 : Footbridge over the River Gwash by Alan Murray-Rust
ST6212 : Macmillan Way by N Chadwick
SK9408 : Footpath near Empingham by Alan Murray-Rust
TF0913 : Looking back toward the church by Bob Harvey
TF1722 : River Glen looking east by Bob Harvey
TF0915 : Obthorpe village sign by Bob Harvey
ST6111 : Higher Knighton Farm by N Chadwick
TF0913 : Field behind Wilsthorpe by Bob Harvey
SK9507 : Hereward Way near Empingham by Alan Murray-Rust
TF0915 : Fingerpost by Bob Harvey
TF1722 : River Glen by Bob Harvey
TF0409 : Entrance to Macmillan Way by J.Hannan-Briggs
SK8305 : Braunston Road, junction to Leighfield Lodge by Alan Murray-Rust
SY5789 : Macmillan Way heads north to Kingston Russell House by N Chadwick
TF0913 : Stile and Footpath by Bob Harvey
ST6212 : Lower St by N Chadwick
SK9407 : Rutland Water dam by Alan Murray-Rust
TF2326 : Banks of the River Glen by Bob Harvey
ST6010 : Macmillan Way by N Chadwick
ST6111 : Macmillan Way by N Chadwick
SK9508 : Hereward Way near Empingham by Alan Murray-Rust
ST6111 : Macmillan Way by N Chadwick

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Created: Thu, 30 Sep 2010, Updated: Thu, 30 Sep 2010

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