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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 15 2010

The Green Dragon – Hardraw

A good number of miles under our belt again, the troops were pleased that the walk began and ended in Hardraw. This not only meant an ale or two in the Green Dragon, but they could also take in Hardraw Force. The tight accountant was however, flabbergasted to learn the only access to the beautiful …

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Apr 17 2010

The Moorcock Inn – Garsdale Head

Today’s peaks had us scaling Mallerstang Edge, and as Outhgill hasn’t a pub, we drove back down the B6259 to the Moorcock Inn, at the junction with the A684 (Sedbergh to Hawes road). After fighting our way through the stubborn front door, ales were purchased and a small table at the other side of the …

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Apr 02 2010

The Fountain – Hawes

The descent from Wether Fell had seen the first bit of poor weather of our walks to date, however as we had only just entered April, there were no complaints on that score. And entering Market Place in Hawes, we were delighted to find a choice of three boozers, all next door to each other! …

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Mar 27 2010

The Wheatsheaf – Ingleton

As today’s walk had exceeded the estimated mileage by some distance, the boozer couldn’t come soon enough! Having already driven through Ingleton earlier, it was pre-determined that The Wheatsheaf would be the order of the day. A sizeable pub, they were doing a decent trade when we entered and as the ladies nudged some good …

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Mar 13 2010

The Sportsman’s Inn – Cow Dub

Having started and finished today’s walk from Dent Station, we had noticed the Sportsmans Inn en route and narrowly passed up the temptation to sample their ales there and then! Good job in hindsight, as there was no way the troops would have scaled the half mile climb back up that hill to Dent Station …

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