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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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May 14 2011

The Water Edge Inn – Ambleside

After a Following our first of (hopefully) many walks in and around the Lake District, and more specifically the Wainwrights, it was time for a well earned beverage! We moved from the Rydal Road car park and back through the centre of Ambleside and onto the Wateredge Inn, which as the name suggests, sits right …

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Apr 28 2011

The Buck Hotel – Reeth

After completion of day 2 of our Herriot Way adventure, we all looked dead on our feet as we headed into Reeth, but after checking in at our accommodation and freshening up, we were ready for a few jars again.

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Apr 26 2011

The George And Dragon – Aysgarth

Following day one of our Herriot Way adventure, 13 miles on from Hawes, we were delighted to find that our B&B for the evening, The Cornlee, was the first building we happened across on arriving in Aysgarth. Better still, the second building we happened across, just over the road, was our chosen watering hole, The …

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Apr 17 2011

The Fleece – Addingham

After a wonderful mornings walking, we headed from Bolton Abbey just down the road to the Devonshire Arms, however with the car park being rammed, and the girls deciding they were seriously underdressed, we abandoned that idea and headed for the next village, being Addingham. That is where we happened upon The Fleece, and the …

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Apr 09 2011

Elm Tree Inn – Embsay

It was ideal, the car park in Embsay turned out to be free upon our arrival, and after a pleasant but demanding 13 mile walk, more importantly, it was situated right bang next door to the Elm Tree Inn. There were a few small tables at the front of the pub on Main Street in …

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