Guide to use of 21 Walks plus Book *.pdf files
There is also available a full set of pages in a single PDF files. This is the complete 46 A4 pages (21 Direction pages + 21 Maps + 2 Index pages + 2 Guide to use pages), which you can print as individual A4 pages, or whatever your printer, software and ingenuity can handle. If you need access to this, please ask.
The format matches the pages in the 2007 version, but page numbers are left blank. This avoids confusion, and in any case most users probably navigate by Walk Numbers rather than page numbers.
Status of 21-Walks plus Directions and Maps
During late-2014 & early-2015 all walks were surveyed, updates drafted, checked and corrected. Then a 3rd party has done a final survey to make sure the result is as good as possible.
During 2016 we had our first update of a walk with changes of route - Walk 03. This was first published in Mar-2016. By mid-July this became fully working. We have now completed a full update which was available by August-2016. Individual page updates are available now, with changed sheets marked. The walks other than Walk 03 are updated to recognise about 20 stiles replaced by kissing gates, changes to gaps, and a variety of minor updated issues improving wording or correcting errors. You will also notice that Walk 20 has been updated to note that the Permissive Path we helped to create has now been recognised as a NEW DEFINITIVE PATH as part of a lot of other similar improvements in that area which will over the coming months be recognised on the ground. One interesting bit of good news we also include 2 pubs which were closed down but are now back in good use, and one back in use with a new name.
Any major future changes will be implemented on updated electronic copies ASAP, and periodic reviews ill be repeated as declared necessary.
Plans for Paper version
21-Walks plus book (Latest Edition : Recommended Price £4.00 ) is now available.
See for details http://www.acoventryway.org.uk/acw_ow_p1.htm.
Comments on Copyright Statement
The line of the above statement covering the OS content is there to address the current OS Open Data Licence. This is the licence introduced in April-2010 which allows us to use OS Data free - before that we had to pay a small fee for every copy of our books printed, and our web users were heavily restricted as to how they could print any map data we published.
For more details of
the Data Licence see:
If you plan to use the data for a purpose beyond the use as described above, you will nee to ensure that you meet the requirements in the licensing agreement.
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