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Present edition front cover

It is a completely revised publication, including two more legs taking us to the River Lee and the Ash valley and the beautiful woodlands west of Broxbourn. There are revisions to some other parts of the route too, such as a visit to the fine village of Therfield. The Guide has new maps and new illustrations.  If you have not got a copy of the latest update, now is the time to buy one or to give one as a Christmas present to friend or an exile from this beautiful county. There is now a new print-run of the second edition with some further minor updates (ISBN 978-1-903747-61-2) and it is available at the same price, £9.99, from bookshops or on-line from such sites as Amazon. If your bookshop is unable to supply it you can purchase a copy from the editor at: 53, Green Drift, Royston, Herts. SG8 5BX; send a cheque for £11.50 (to cover post and packing) made payable to the Friends of the Hertfordshire Way. Please enclose a label with your name and address printed on it. Walkers are encouraged to use this latest version as it has the most recent changes to the route. Make sure when you buy a copy it has the new ISBN number (as above) or you may have bought an out of date copy! Also do not forget to read our "Route updates" page.

 

1st edition front cover (1998)

Interesting facts about the guide and route

- Over 3000 copies sold since 1998.

- The route is within 20 miles of central London.

- It is way marked to the standard of National Trails in England and Wales.

- Good transport links on 15 out of 16 starting points.










 

Sample news letter

We issue two newsletters each year: in June and December. These newsletters, which are sent free of charge to members, contain information about the Friends of the Hertfordshire Way, about matters of interest to walkers in the county, and some items of more general interest to our membership. Each newsletter also contains details of the walks programme for the next six months. Why not join us and help to support the Hertfordshire Way.

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