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News - September 2011

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Helvellyn footpaths repaired

Helvellyn footpaths repaired

Posted 30 September 2011
Footpath repairs on Helvellyn were part of a mountain conservation day held in the Lake District yesterday (September 29th)
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Snowdon 4x4 reappears on mountain

Snowdon 4x4 reappears on mountain

Posted 30 September 2011
A rogue 4x4 has made a second unwelcome appearance on Snowdon, leading to a call for it to be taken away and destroyed.
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National park expansions face council opposition

National park expansions face council opposition

Posted 29 September 2011
Cumbria County Council has expressed fierce opposition to "undemocratic" plans to increase the size of the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District national parks.
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National park authority welcomes boundary extensions

National park authority welcomes boundary extensions

Posted 29 September 2011
The decision to extend the Yorkshire Dales National Park has been welcomed as a 'common sense' measure.
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Natural England backs wider national park boundaries

Natural England backs wider national park boundaries

Posted 28 September 2011
Natural England has revealed it supports plans to expand the boundaries of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales national parks.
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Charity donation boost for Munro paths

Charity donation boost for Munro paths

Posted 28 September 2011
Footpaths up the Munros in the Ben Lawers range in Perthshire are set to be improved after a donation was made towards their upkeep.
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Walking jackets may be handy for night beneath the stars

Walking jackets may be handy for night beneath the stars

Posted 27 September 2011
Visitors to a stargazing event on the North York Moors have been advised to wear the right clothing for a chilly evening.
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Ramblers seeking new chief executive

Ramblers seeking new chief executive

Posted 27 September 2011
The Ramblers is to seek a new chief executive after Tom Franklin revealed he will leave at the end of 2011.
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Walking festival gains sponsor

Walking festival gains sponsor

Posted 27 September 2011
A healthcare provider has agreed to sponsor an upcoming walking festival, backing the activity as a good way to stay fit.
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Climbing rope users to learn about quarry development

Climbing rope users to learn about quarry development

Posted 26 September 2011
Members of the British Mountaineering Council in the north-west are to learn more about a development of climbing sites in an old Lancashire quarry.
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Yorkshire Dales expansion faces Lancastrian opposition

Yorkshire Dales expansion faces Lancastrian opposition

Posted 26 September 2011
Officials on either side of the roses boundaries have expressed unhappiness with plans to expand the Yorkshire Dales National Park boundaries.
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Plaque commemorates Wainwright trek

Plaque commemorates Wainwright trek

Posted 26 September 2011
A special plaque has been unveiled to commemorate a long-distance walk undertaken by the late outdoors author Alfred Wainwright.
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Cumbria police in new off-road warning

Cumbria police in new off-road warning

Posted 23 September 2011
Illegal off-roaders in northern parts of the Lake District have been warned by police that they face a new crackdown.
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Pub event boosts Mountain Rescue Team

Pub event boosts Mountain Rescue Team

Posted 23 September 2011
A Mountain Rescue team has received a cash injection after a successful fundraising event.
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Snowdon set for mass litter-pick

Snowdon set for mass litter-pick

Posted 23 September 2011
A major clean-up of litter from two popular paths up Snowdon is set to take place early next month.
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Mountain track repairs 'to save lives'

Mountain track repairs 'to save lives'

Posted 22 September 2011
Repairs to an access track could help a mountain rescuers access a Snowdonia hillside faster and save lives in the process.
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Walking boots 'important for city parks'

Walking boots 'important for city parks'

Posted 22 September 2011
Walking in the city may still require good clothing and footwear, an expert has noted.
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Ski club flush with enthusiasm for new season

Ski club flush with enthusiasm for new season

Posted 22 September 2011
A ski club based in Cumbria is getting ready for the new season with a new toilet facility.
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Countryside 'will be protected' under new planning laws

Countryside 'will be protected' under new planning laws

Posted 21 September 2011
Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted popular areas of the countryside will retain protected status under new planning rules.
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Walkers lose Vixen Tor battle

Walkers lose Vixen Tor battle

Posted 21 September 2011
A public enquiry has ruled against campaigners keen to secure rights-of-way access to Vixen Tor in Devon.
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