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ACROSS

1 Parts of Birmingham or Venice in the Grampians? (6) 4 Blis­ter ul­ti­mately – per­haps blame coun­try walk (6) 9 Ea­ger to start Kirk­stone, even early Novem­ber (4) 10 She’s a ru­ral sort, but with no river (5) 11 Has a meal in the cafe at Swan­age (4) 12 Best move east then south to Cum­brian head­land (2,4) 13 On skis mov­ing round mid­dle of hill with wa­ter­proof gar­ments (8) 14 New North-South road, etc, leads to York­shire town (9) 16 Noth­ing more than a lake? (4) 17 These pos­si­bly fin­ish off Wim­pole Hall Farm wood­lands (4) 18 Rules once al­tered about the fenc­ing of com­mon land? (9) 22 When alms are dis­trib­uted by Tom Jones? (8) 23 Fas­ten new al­tar cloth with­out roll (6) 25 Spurn Head shel­ter closed (4) 26 Rented ac­com­mo­da­tion back in fab­u­lous moor­land (5) 27 Naughty child puts item of lady’s un­der­wear on top of tree (4) 28 Lose mo­bil­ity ini­tially on whisky is­land! (6) 29 Tim ran round Ir­ish county (6)

DOWN

1 He’s very good at con­duct­ing groups or teams, per­haps (7) 2 Fury about north­ern moun­tains (5) 3 Signs up for new stile with two poles (7) 5 Adorable, but do leave land suit­able for grow­ing crops (6) 6 In­hos­pitable and ex­posed na­ture of lakes and bens, maybe (9) 7 Partly open tent en­gen­ders friendly re­la­tions (7) 8 Our Pen­nine Open Univer­sity, a new ar­range­ment – which we’ve voted to leave! (8,5) 15 Places to pitch tents with un­usual as­pects I’m re­design­ing (9) 17 English Vale pro­duces First Lady’s cooked meat (7) 19 Madly I sail on into a se­cret af­fair! (7) 20 Get land back from the sea? Some sort of mir­a­cle! (7) 21 Ital­ian re­gion is like an English county, but lack­ing its cap­i­tal of Carlisle… (6) 24 …while Ital­ian river might be grub­bi­est, but with no bugs! (5)

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