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News - June 2011

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Fishing tackle users get last chance for Windermere say

Fishing tackle users get last chance for Windermere say

Posted 30 June 2011
Those who love to go fishing on Windermere have been reminded of a big chance to further the interests of anglers using the lake.
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Sonisphere announces new acts

Sonisphere announces new acts

Posted 30 June 2011
Metal fans and goths heading to Knebworth for the Sonisphere festival may be pleased to hear some more bands have been added to the line-up.
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Last call for National park extension consultation

Last call for National park extension consultation

Posted 30 June 2011
The public has been urged to have their say today (June 30th) on plans to extend the boundaries of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales national parks.
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Walkers urged to help combat off-roading offences

Walkers urged to help combat off-roading offences

Posted 30 June 2011
Those who enjoy walking in the peace and beauty of the Lake District have been urged to help beat illegal off-roaders.
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T in the park unveils running order

T in the park unveils running order

Posted 29 June 2011
T in the Park has revealed who will be on what stage and when this year.
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Climbers lay down law on Three Peaks Challenge

Climbers lay down law on Three Peaks Challenge

Posted 29 June 2011
Climbers lay down law on Three Peaks Challenge
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Art exhibition may inspire Three Peaks climbers

Art exhibition may inspire Three Peaks climbers

Posted 28 June 2011
The Yorkshire Three Peaks will be brought to life on canvas in an exhibition opening this week.
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Climbers warned over Skye mountain route

Climbers warned over Skye mountain route

Posted 28 June 2011
Climbers heading for Skye's Cuillin ridge have been advised to stay away from a section prone to further rockfalls after a fatal accident in May.
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Latitude Festival line-up adds two more comedians

Latitude Festival line-up adds two more comedians

Posted 28 June 2011
Latitude festival organisers have revealed the names of two more comedians lined up for this year's event.
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GPS may have helped walkers lost in mist

GPS may have helped walkers lost in mist

Posted 28 June 2011
A group of walkers stranded in cloud in Snowdonia may have found their way down alone with GPS navigation.
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Summer Campers at risk of tent thefts

Summer Campers at risk of tent thefts

Posted 28 June 2011
Summer Campers at risk of tent thefts
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Festival warns of ticket sell-out

Festival warns of ticket sell-out

Posted 27 June 2011
Tickets are selling out fast for those hoping to camp at Henley and enjoy this year's Rewind festival.
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Riders get new Peak routes

Riders get new Peak routes

Posted 27 June 2011
A new series of riding routes has been established along the haunts of a notorious Derbyshire highwayman.
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Ramblers celebrate footpath battle victory

Ramblers celebrate footpath battle victory

Posted 24 June 2011
The Ramblers has won a long-running dispute in Suffolk over the right-of-way status of a footpath.
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Climbing festival 'to be biggest outdoor event of the year'

Climbing festival 'to be biggest outdoor event of the year'

Posted 24 June 2011
A climbing festival taking place in Sheffield on the first weekend in July is set to be the biggest outdoors event in Britain, organisers have said.
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Warning over fake festival tickets

Warning over fake festival tickets

Posted 24 June 2011
Those looking for summer music festival tickets should beware the dangers of unofficial sites, it has been warned, with some aiming to con people out of their cash.
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Litter pickers set to keep farm festival clean

Litter pickers set to keep farm festival clean

Posted 23 June 2011
Lounge On The Farm Festival organisers have unveiled plans to keep the event tidy this year.
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Good boots needed for Peak walk

Good boots needed for Peak walk

Posted 23 June 2011
Good walking boots are among the recommended items for a guided walk in the Peak District next month.
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Group plans Three Peaks Challenge for heroes

Group plans Three Peaks Challenge for heroes

Posted 23 June 2011
A team from Staffordshire has made dealing with different weather conditions a key part of their preparation for the National Three Peaks Challenge.
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Walk visits Wainwright's favourite

Walk visits Wainwright's favourite

Posted 22 June 2011
Fellwalker and author Alfred Wainwright's favourite Lake District summit of Haystacks is the subject of a guided walk later this month.
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