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New Guide to the d'Arcy Dalton Way

New Guide to the d'Arcy Dalton Way

A fantastic updated guide, written by local author Nick Moon, to the 52 mile d'Arcy Dalton Way, running from north of Banbury to south of Abingdon. Available direct from CPRE Oxfordshire, price £9.99.

The d’Arcy Dalton Way named after Col. W.P. d’Arcy Dalton, a notable defender of Oxfordshire’s rights of way and the first chairman of CPRE’s Rights of Way Group, is a long distance path following the western boundary of Oxfordshire.

This newly revised edition of Nick Moon’s guide to the route is an essential companion to anyone walking all of, or in stages, the 52 miles which pass through almost wholly unspoilt countryside, taking in tranquil and little-known villages while much wildlife can be enjoyed along the way.  As a bonus, there are also descriptions of eight circular walks off the route.

The book has been sponsored by CPRE Oxfordshire, with support from the Oxford Fieldpaths Society.

 

Copies are available direct from CPRE Oxfordshire (see below) and from selected bookshops, stationers and information centres in Oxfordshire and surrounding counties.

ISBN 9780955772313
Rucksack-friendly
A5 Paperback, 128pp
Illustrated with 25 maps                                                      
RRP: £9.99
 
To obtain a copy from CPRE Oxfordshire, please send a cheque for £11.99 (which includes £2 post & packaging) made payable to CPRE Oxfordshire.  Please remember to include the name & address of the person to whom the book should be mailed.
 
d'Arcy Dalton Way Guide
CPRE Oxfordshire
20 High Street
Watlington
Oxon
OX49 5AF
 
For further info: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  T: 01491 612079
 
Read more: 'A Way to walk four ways' by Gordon Garraway, CPRE Footpaths advisor (see below).

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