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Along the Roman Roads '

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G. M. BOUMPHREY
(From Manchester)
SINCE his TALK last week Mr. Geoffrey Boumphrey has covered a lot of ground. He has travelled the Icknield Way, walking, roughly speaking, in a south-westerly direction from Royston in Hertfordshire, through Baldock, Dun-stable, Wendover, past Watlington on the Chiltern Hills, over Swincombe Down, and on to Cleeve and Streatley.
He next travelled the loop of the Ridge Way. Starting from Streatley and passing through Segsbury Camp, two and a half miles south of Wantage, he negotiated Letcombe Camp and walked more or less northwest to
Dragon Hill and White Horse, two miles south of Uffington ; thence in a south-westerly direction through Ash-bury and Bishopstone to Fox Hill.
Lastly, he took Ermine Street.
Cricklade, Cirencester, Gloucester. Thence across the Severn and Forest of Dean to Coleford, south down the Wye Valley, and on to Chepstow and Caerleon, above Newport, Mon.

Contributors

Unknown: G. M. Boumphrey
Unknown: Fox Hill.






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