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You can help by adding to it. They are also responsible for employment policies and public mass transit buses and a few local railways.
However, in eastern Denmark Region Zealand and the Capital Region the regions and 45 out of 46 municipalities share one employment region and transit is handled by a single transport agency, Movia. Bornholm also solves other tasks that are normally carried out by the regions in the rest of Denmark - thus the name Bornholm Regional Municipality: Bornholm in some respects forms a region by itself.
The latest Danish local elections were held on 21 November Unlike the former counties, regions are not entitled to levy their own taxes.
With income taxes in the lowest bracket being raised 1 percentage point a year, this health contribution tax will be gone by This follows an agreement on taxes by the Folketing from Health issues have remained the primary hot issues in regional politics, especially because grand changes of Denmark's hospital layout were announced immediately after the municipal reform.
History[ edit ] The reform has been called the biggest reform in thirty years.
The abolition of the counties had long been an important goal for both the Conservatives and the Danish People's Party. As a Hadrian's Wall specialist, we offer a wide selection of itineraries ranging from 5 to 11 days.
The path follows the River Tyne for most of this section and gives a real insight into the industrial history of Newcastle and the ongoing regeneration of this vibrant city.
Newburn to Heddon-on-the-wall This is where you begin to really leave the city and its urban features. After leaving the river the path climbs gently past the golf course and up the hill to Heddon. This small town has a couple of local pubs and facilities include a post office and small shop.
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Heddon has limited overnight accommodation so you may be staying in Wylam or slightly outside the village. Heddon-on-the-wall to East Wallhouses From Heddon you join the Roman Road and begin to see ever more frequent signs of the wall itself. After a couple of miles, you pass the Vindolanda Roman Fort and then negotiate a few small climbs.
East Wallhouses to Chollerford From East Wallhouses the path follows the old military road now B and the wall for most of the way to Chollerford, passing through the beautiful rolling countryside of Northumberland.
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The Errington Arms, close to Portgate, is a great pub and a pleasant stop for an early lunch. After Portgate you climb to the highpoint of Whittington Fell and continue to follow the military road down to Brunton. You then walk to Chollerford, which is home to a lovely bridge and the extensive Chesters Fort. Chollerford to Once Brewed You start the day by passing Chesters Museum, an important site on the wall, and then ascending to Tower Tye, again following the Roman Road.
You will soon be entering the most spectacular sections of the wall, so keep your camera handy. Part company with the wall after Shield and enjoy a lovely journey through rugged countryside and a host of Roman ruins and forts.
Here, there is an information centre and nearby the Vindolanda Fort complex is one of the highlights of your trip. Once Brewed to Gilsland This section begins with a climb to the top of Winshields Crags, which is the highest point of the trail, but you will be compensated by stunning views in every direction.
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One of the most strenuous sections of the walk, but very rewarding due to the quality of the walls remains here.
You will then walk on to Gilsland. This village has a local pub which serves a well-earned pint and dinner. It then continues up the hill to Banks and through rugged farmland to Newtown.