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News - August 2011

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Locals given reminder of Tamworth Festival

Locals given reminder of Tamworth Festival

Posted 31 August 2011
Tamworth Festival organisers have reminded local residents tickets are still available for the event, held this weekend.
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Munro demotion 'will not affect Fisherfield popularity'

Munro demotion 'will not affect Fisherfield popularity'

Posted 31 August 2011
The Fisherfield Hills will remain popular with Munroists even if it is agreed Beinn a'Chlaidheimh is no longer a Munro, an expert has insisted.
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Festivals in early bird offer

Festivals in early bird offer

Posted 30 August 2011
Music fans have been offered two chances to get early bird tickets for the 2012 Reading and Leeds Festivals.
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Free camping offer after festival hit by line closure

Free camping offer after festival hit by line closure

Posted 30 August 2011
Organisers of the Headstock festival have made a free camping offer to fans after news that a nearby rail service will be closed over the weekend of the event.
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Ten-year-old becomes youngest Munroist

Ten-year-old becomes youngest Munroist

Posted 30 August 2011
A new record has been set for the youngest compleator of the Munros.
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Band hoping for better festival experience

Band hoping for better festival experience

Posted 26 August 2011
After being the target of boos and missiles five years ago, one band is looking forward to a better experience at the Reading and Leeds Festivals this weekend.
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Concerns expressed over planning reforms

Concerns expressed over planning reforms

Posted 26 August 2011
Outdoor lovers have been urged to have their say in consultations on proposals to change planning laws in England, amid concerns this could lead to too much development spoiling parts of the countryside.
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Naked rambler jailed again

Naked rambler jailed again

Posted 25 August 2011
A man who became famous for wearing nothing more than hiking boots and socks on his wanders around Britain is back in prison for his continued refusal to get dressed.
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Festival offering 2012 tickets already

Festival offering 2012 tickets already

Posted 25 August 2011
The Global Gathering Festival has begun a sale of early bird tickets for 2012.
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Helvellyn clean-up planned

Helvellyn clean-up planned

Posted 25 August 2011
England's third highest mountain will be a cleaner place after a major day of action to clean it up next month.
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Muse in 'few old hits' pledge for festivals

Muse in 'few old hits' pledge for festivals

Posted 24 August 2011
Muse have been talking about their upcoming performance at the Reading and Leeds Festivals, including plans to play hits from their album Origin of Symmetry.
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New bands to feature at Loopallu

New bands to feature at Loopallu

Posted 24 August 2011
The Loopallu festival will feature some emerging Scottish bands next month.
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Lake District 'most popular national park'

Lake District 'most popular national park'

Posted 24 August 2011
A new poll has voted the Lake District Britain's favourite national park.
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Festivals unveil stage times

Festivals unveil stage times

Posted 23 August 2011
The Leeds and Reading Festivals have unveiled details of which bands are on stage and when.
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V Festival making early bird tickets available

V Festival making early bird tickets available

Posted 23 August 2011
Fans who enjoyed this year's V Festival may want to grab an early chance to book their ticket for next year.
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Cycling 'great for health'

Cycling 'great for health'

Posted 23 August 2011
Cycling has excellent benefits for physical and mental health, an expert has stated.
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Go west for Peak walk

Go west for Peak walk

Posted 22 August 2011
A guided walk being run this week explores some of the scenery on the western fringes of the Peak District.
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Festival-goers 'love the sense of community'

Festival-goers 'love the sense of community'

Posted 22 August 2011
The corporate aspect of music festivals is of little or no concern to most fans, who prefer to focus on the community vibe and good music, new research has revealed.
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Employees complete Welsh 3,000 challenge

Employees complete Welsh 3,000 challenge

Posted 22 August 2011
A charity walk has seen all 15 Welsh mountain summits over 3,000 ft conquered in one go.
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Fine follows new controversy over Lake District facility

Fine follows new controversy over Lake District facility

Posted 19 August 2011
A new controversy over developments around the Honister Slate Mine in the Lake District has led to the facility's owners being fined.
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