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31 Oct 2020, 11:00am In troubled times, a ritual walk can clear the mind and soothe the soul
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A pilgrimage is healing because it encourages you to savour the moment Come autumn, as a way of defying the back-to-school doldrums brought on by a rapid shortening of the days, and to mark what feels like the true start of a year, I go on a pilgrimage. This year, more than ever, I crave the slow and steady rhythm of a walking pace, big skies, and cleansing wind and rain to shake off the cobwebs of a long confinement and to break the domestic routines of daily life. I want to connect to my own pumping heart and the natural world around me, re-oxygenate stale lungs and feel the muscles in my legs stretch and work. Since I’m looking for uplift, there is nowhere for me that’s more rejuvenating and exhilarating than the uplands of
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31 Oct 2020, 8:00am Cycling gear to keep you visible as nights grow darker
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The best-value ways to upgrade your bike jacket, lights, helmet or gloves If last weekend’s clock change – and the fact that it now gets dark at 5pm – has left you wondering if you need to upgrade your bike lights, jacket and winter kit, be assured you are not alone. UK cycle shops traditionally sell the largest number of lights and other hi-vis gear this week as commuters decide it’s time to take stock. While you can spend a fortune on the latest kit, you don’t have to. Here are our tips on how to stay warm and dry – and highly visible – on the road this winter, without having to take out a massive overdraft.
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