You've got your walking boots, now get your walking books!
We're delighted to be able to offer you 50% discount on Collins Ramblers Short Walks and Collins Nicholson Waterways guides at waterstones.com*. Click the links below and enter code BL3682 to claim your 50% discount.
With summer at last upon us there couldn't be a more perfect time to get outside, stretch those stiff-from-winter legs and go for a walk, just a short one though, don't worry!
Collins Ramblers Short Walks are 10 handy little guides, each featuring twenty easy walks. All walks are less than 5 miles in length, guiding you through stunning scenery, impressive landmarks and beautiful parks whilst you exercise and make the most of the sunshine. The guides feature detailed local Ordnance Survey maps which mark the starting point of each walk and give route instructions to ensure you don't get lost before finding the village pub!
Collins Nicholson Waterways guideshave been the best-selling maps and books for navigating Britain's canals and rivers for over 20 years. They are written and updated to be used by all users of the inland waterways: boaters, visitors, walkers and cyclists.
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*Discount code entitles you to buy Collins Ramblers Short Walks or Collins Nicholson Waterways guides for half the RRP price at Waterstones.com, exclusive of online postage and packaging. Discount code is valid from April 1st 2011 to midday 30th September 2011. Discount can only be used once per person. Voucher can only be used on Waterstones.com and not in Waterstone's stores. All prices on Waterstones.com are online only and may differ from prices in stores. For full terms and conditions got to www.waterstones.com/terms
World Environment Day (WED) is an annual event, held on the 5th of June, marking the biggest and most widely celebrated global day for positive environmental action.
This year's WED theme is 'Forests: Nature at Your Service', which highlights the crucial environmental, economic and social roles played by the world's forests.
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