It's the perfect time to head to the coast as research shows that an autumn walk can keep us both healthier and happier. And if you need more motivation, we've pulled together some of our favourite coastal walks. So wrap up warm, pack a flask and don't forget to take your camera.
Find a walk near you or head to one of our autumn colour walking events.
Try our 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ challenge, and kick it off with a trip to the woods. We know some great places to tick off No.34 Track wild animals. And, as it's National Red Squirrel Week, try spotting these endangered cuties at Formby, Brownsea Island, the Isle of Wight, Borrowdale or Mount Stewart.
For two weeks only, we're opening Flat 130 in the Balfron Tower, Poplar, for you to come and visit. Designed by modernist architect Ernö Goldfinger, and finished in 1967, Flat 130 is the flat that Goldfinger himself lived in for 2 months in 1968, to prove the desirability of high-rise living.
Going on a walk in autumn can make us feel happier, healthier and calmer, according to research.
Archaeologists have helped to unlock some of the layers of history in the Stonehenge landscape.
Government announce a complete path around England’s coast will be completed earlier than expected.