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News - May 2010

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Lightning strikes more than twice in Lakeland rescue drama

Lightning strikes more than twice in Lakeland rescue drama

Posted 27 May 2010
Four people were taken to hospital after a series of lightning strikes took place in the Lake District.
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Munro challenger meets mountain legend

Munro challenger meets mountain legend

Posted 27 May 2010
A man aiming to break the record for the fastest ascent of all 283 Scottish mountains over 3,000 ft has had some special encouragement on the way.
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Crag 'open for climbers'

Crag 'open for climbers'

Posted 27 May 2010
The British Mountaineering Council has helped to fix a deal that allows climbers safe access to a Peak District crag located on a shooting range.
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Lakes project set to encourage fish

Lakes project set to encourage fish

Posted 26 May 2010
Anglers in the Lake District may be interested to learn of a new project to help river fish to breed.
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Trust adds Five Sisters to walk list

Trust adds Five Sisters to walk list

Posted 26 May 2010
Those who wish to go walking in the Highlands and enjoy spotting some wildlife while they are at it can take a walk on the wild side offered by National Trust for Scotland rangers.
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Award for Snowdon summit building

Award for Snowdon summit building

Posted 26 May 2010
Those climbing Snowdon may be pleased to know they are going to find a building of great architectural merit at the top, after the summit station of the mountain railway was given an award.
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Decision is bridge too far, says group

Decision is bridge too far, says group

Posted 25 May 2010
A decision to grant retrospective planning permission to a riding track across a famous bridge in an area of outstanding natural beauty has angered the Open Spaces Society.
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Munroist passes 200 peaks

Munroist passes 200 peaks

Posted 25 May 2010
A fell runner trying to break the record for the fastest ascent of all Scotland's mountains over 3,000 ft is on course to hit his target.
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Bono "heartbroken" over Glastonbury cancellation

Bono "heartbroken" over Glastonbury cancellation

Posted 25 May 2010
U2 has confirmed that it has had to cancel its gig at Glastonbury due to Bono's back injury.
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Bono operation puts U2 Glasto gig in doubt

Bono operation puts U2 Glasto gig in doubt

Posted 24 May 2010
The U2 gig at Glastonbury on June 25th is in doubt after frontman Bono had to undergo surgery for a back injury.
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Balding to host cycling series

Balding to host cycling series

Posted 24 May 2010
Cycling fans will get to see their activity highlighted in a programme on touring Britain on two wheels by the BBC this summer.
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Walkers featured in new comedy series

Walkers featured in new comedy series

Posted 24 May 2010
Comedy fans will get a chance to go walking as a new show features the complex lives of a group of ramblers.
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Car dealers take on three peaks

Car dealers take on three peaks

Posted 21 May 2010
A team from Hampshire is bidding to complete the Three Peak Challenge in just 12 hours.
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Coalition launches plans for national parks

Coalition launches plans for national parks

Posted 21 May 2010
National parks could become more user-friendly for walkers and others under new democratisation plans announced in the new government's agreed policy programme.
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National park on fire alert

National park on fire alert

Posted 21 May 2010
Walkers and other visitors to the North York Moors have been advised to be wary of the fire risk as the dry spell continues.
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Snowdon set for 500 challenge

Snowdon set for 500 challenge

Posted 20 May 2010
The highest mountain in Wales will be the scene of a major charity challenge this weekend.
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Warmer weather a prospect for walkers

Warmer weather a prospect for walkers

Posted 20 May 2010
The recent nippy weather has been tipped to give way to warmer temperatures as summer finally arrives this week.
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Langdale walk this weekend

Langdale walk this weekend

Posted 20 May 2010
Those looking for a great Lake District walk can do so this weekend in the Langdales, taking in the site of a famous Wordsworth poem along the way.
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New Cornish climbing routes uncovered

New Cornish climbing routes uncovered

Posted 19 May 2010
A group of climbers have found new routes to enjoy on Cornwall's sea cliffs.
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Boots for biodiversity

Boots for biodiversity

Posted 19 May 2010
Those heading to Snowdonia this week can go walking and improve their knowledge of the flora and fauna of the area at the same time.
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