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PHOTOS and PLAUDITS from Previous Trails

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Nick Jones, photographed by Graham Barnes

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Nick Jones, "outstanding" in the field! Photographed by Rob Gage

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“I can honestly say that yours was the best guided tour that I've ever been on. It was in part due to the fact that Bath itself captured my imagination but mainly it was the style and content of your delivery that did it for me. I'm not usually one for superlatives but 'brilliant' comes to mind.”

~ Graham Barnes, East Lothian

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Stonehenge at sunrise


Early morning at Avebury

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“…thanks for the outstanding tour you gave us Monday morning. Stonehenge was magnificent but Avebury probably left the greater impact on me. From walking the Avenue to the circular ditch and close examination of the Sarsen stones. It was moving! You are an outstanding guide and teacher.”

~ Glenn and Kenna Arrington, Idaho

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German clients of Words4Work at Beechen Cliff, City of Bath WHS

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“… thank you so much for that wonderful day out - we all enjoyed it very much; and thank you for the beautiful pictures.”

~ Dr Inka Bormann, Dirk and Lina

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The Colligan family visited Stonehenge and Avebury WHS

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“… they appreciated your clear, authoritative and quietly-humorous guided historical tour of the most prominent architectural gems in the city centre. They particularly liked the 18th Century refreshments at the end of the walk. Despite the gloomy weather, this was felt to be a great experience. Thanks very much indeed.”

~ Professor William Scott, Director of the Centre for Research in Education and the Environment http://www.bath.ac.uk/cree/

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Miss Lim and friends visited Lyme Regis and the Jurassic Coast WHS

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“… we really want to say thank you for the great service and wonderful tour that you provided for our trip…you are very understanding. Meeting you and spending our first day on our trip with you really set the tone for a great trip… I learned a lot about Avebury, Stonehenge and the other monuments…

“We really hope you appreciate how much your tour and time together meant to us … you took great care of us and taught us a lot and really started our trip off in grand style. We really appreciate your kindness and patience and sharing your knowledge.”


~ Brian and Kay Pitts, Los Angeles

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Simon and Felicity prepare to go underground at Big Pit, Blaenavon WHS

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“Thanks; your personal service was an integral and essential part of a great day.”

~ Bill and Jean Scott, Wiltshire

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The Boormann family visit Lackock, Wiltshire

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“… a quick note to let you know how much Julie and I appreciated your knowledge, preparation and enthusiasm... We enjoyed the walking tour of Bath very much and it added a great deal of appreciation of Bath and its history. Serendipitously, we got to attend a music event at the Royal Theatre and also attend an event of the International Music Festival at the Bath Abbey with the London Brass. Those events, together with an excellent B&B hostess and your guide skills, Bath was a great visiting experience! Thank you.”

~ Roderick and Julie Durrell, Oklahoma

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Omani officials visit Ironbridge Gorge WHS, Shropshire

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“Many thanks for your making this a most enjoyable journey!! We really appreciate your flexibility in accommodating our wishes and attending to our every need.”

~ Dick and Millie Griggs, Hawaii

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The Griggs visited St Davidís Cathedral and Bishops Palace on their tour of England and Wales

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Jane Austen fans, Beechen Cliff

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Jane Austen tour, Charlcombe

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Tintern Abbey, Wye Valley

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Goodrich Castle, Wye Valley

World Heritage Trails

Guided tours- Bath
Guided tours- Stonehenge & Avebury
Guided tours- the Jurassic Coast
Guided tours- Blaenavon

Local Heritage Trails

Cheddar Gorge
Forest of Dean
The Cotswolds
© 2008 World Heritage Trails (Bath). Site by WynnUK. Photos © Southwest Tourism, keeping watch by Mark Gibson, The last picture of Durdle Door by Richard Schofield