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A quick photo of myself just to prove I do exist, with my walking partner Dave at the end of the Cleveland Way. Development of the Cleveland Way began in the 1930s when the Teesside Ramblers’ Association pressed for the creation of a long distance path in the north-east of Yorkshire linking the Hambleton Drove Road, the Cleveland escarpment and footpaths on the Yorkshire coast. Interestingly the Cleveland Way was only the second National Trail to be opened by 1969