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Outdoor recreation and the Gloucestershire countryside

Outdoor recreation and the Gloucestershire countryside

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Published by County Planning [Department] in Gloucester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Norman R. Collins.
ContributionsCollins, Norman R., Gloucestershire (England). Planning Department.
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Open LibraryOL21646998M

Outdoor Recreation in the British Countryside, Wye College, University of London Google Scholar. Gloucestershire: Outdoor Water Recreation, () Google Scholar. THORPE, H. Seeley I.H. () Outdoor Recreation Patterns, Needs, Trends and Objectives. In: Outdoor Recreation and the Urban Environment. This book explores the significance and meaning of the countryside within mid-twentieth century youth movements. It examines the ways in which the Boy Scouts, Girl Guides, Woodcraft Folk and Young Farmers' Club organisations employed the countryside as a space within which 'good citizenship' - in leisure, work, the home and the community.

Victorian View Of The Tea Gardens at Stinchcombe Hill. Looking From The Golf House. Much of Stinchcombe Hill, near Dursley in Gloucestershire, is registered common land. It was given to the public for recreation but golfers and the golfing mafia now reign supreme. The campsite boasts beautiful scenic views and offers a variety of outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, and cycling. A small spring-fed fly fishery is on-site for guests' use. Broadstone Fisheries offers spacious, level pitches for caravans, motorhomes, and tents with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.

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