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The Ridgeway was originally proposed as a long distance route by the Hobhouse Committee in 1947 and in the 1950s the RA pressed for a route tracing the ancient trackways from Seaton to Cambridge.
Although only the Ridgeway and Peddars Way have National Trail status, the connecting routes are recognised by local authorities, facilitating a continuous 583km/363-mile walk diagonally across southeast England from Lyme Regis on the south coast to Hunstanton on the Wash, sometimes known as the Greater Ridgeway.
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