Beaky

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Name: Simon Breakwell
Date registered: Tuesday, 6 November 2012

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  1. Ye Olde Mustard Pot – Midhopestones — Sunday, 29 December 2013
  2. Walk 70 – Leeds Country Way Part 7 – Garforth to Woodlesford — Sunday, 15 December 2013
  3. The Eyre Arms – Calver — Saturday, 8 September 2012
  4. Barrel Inn – Bretton — Saturday, 8 September 2012
  5. White Bear – Masham — Saturday, 25 August 2012

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Feb 11 2012

The Station – Ribblehead (3rd Visit)

We were back on old stomping ground today, starting and finishing our walk in the shadows of the Yorkshire 3 peaks, at the Ribblehead viaduct. As such, at the conclusion of our walk, our watering hole had to be the Station Inn. Having reviewed this on a couple of occasions recently, there isn’t much more …

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Jan 28 2012

Bulls Head- Castleton

Sat at the end of the Hope valley, in the shadow of Mam Tor, Castleton appeared to offer us plenty of choice for our post-ramble beverage. After a delightful mornings rambling up and around the iconic ‘shivering mountain’, we decided on the Bulls Head, the deciding factor obviously being it was the nearest (we do …

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Jan 14 2012

The Clarence – Greenfield

After a gentle stroll up and around Hoarstone Edge and Alphin Pike, we set off back towards the M62 from Dovestone Reservoir car park, with the intention of stopping at any pub that took our fancy…so the first pub that came into view it was then. Sat in the Chew Valley, and less than a …

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Dec 28 2011

The Woodroffe Arms – Hope

So we wandered down to the Peak District to blow a few cobwebs off from the festive period…but of course at the end of the walk we had to visit a local hostelry! And The Woodroffe Arms was ideally situated bang next door to the car park in Hope. Luckily we had made the walk …

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Oct 15 2011

The Fleece Inn – Holme

After a very pleasant first ramble in the Peak District we arrived back in the small hamlet of Crowden and were informed by our man in the know, Sir Edmund, that there was a pub. He then revised this to there wasn’t a pub…I beg your pardon Sir Edmund??? No! what now?? So after a …

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