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News - February 2012

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Grants preserve Peak history

Grants preserve Peak history

Posted 29 February 2012
This year's 80th anniversary of the Kinder Mass Trespass is the focus of two of the grants issued by the Peak District Sustainable Development Fund.
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Entries to open for Snowdon race

Entries to open for Snowdon race

Posted 29 February 2012
Fell runners will be able to enter the Snowdon International Race tomorrow (March 1st), which could see the online places snapped up fast.
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Peak offering hare-raising hike

Peak offering hare-raising hike

Posted 28 February 2012
Nature lovers can combine a grand day's walking in the Peak District with a chance to see some mad March hares in action.
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Cairngorm 'offering snow this weekend'

Cairngorm 'offering snow this weekend'

Posted 28 February 2012
Cairngorm could be offering some skiing this weekend as more snow is expected.
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Navigational error strands walkers

Navigational error strands walkers

Posted 28 February 2012
A navigational error left two people stuck on the wrong side of England's highest mountain as they descended from the summit.
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Broadcaster hails 'beautiful Peak District'

Broadcaster hails 'beautiful Peak District'

Posted 27 February 2012
The Peak District has been hailed as a particularly beautiful location.
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Prince Charles enjoys 'magical Peak District'

Prince Charles enjoys 'magical Peak District'

Posted 27 February 2012
Prince Charles has hailed the Peak District as a magical location.
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Peak offers map reading course

Peak offers map reading course

Posted 27 February 2012
The Peak District National Park is offering a map reading course for beginners next month.
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John Hurt returns to the Lake District

John Hurt returns to the Lake District

Posted 24 February 2012
One of Britain's most distinguished actors will be taking part in this year's Keswick Film Festival.
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Celebration of Yorkshire Dales wildflowers set to commence

Celebration of Yorkshire Dales wildflowers set to commence

Posted 24 February 2012
The Yorkshire Dales is set to celebrate its rich array of wildflowers.
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Enjoy Chunal vision in the Peak District

Enjoy Chunal vision in the Peak District

Posted 24 February 2012
Peak District walkers can enjoy getting high on the moors with a guided walk next month.
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Ramblers attack report for 'breaking consensus'

Ramblers attack report for 'breaking consensus'

Posted 23 February 2012
A row has emerged over a new report calling for a change to the current public rights of way system in England and Wales.
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Walkers 'relying solely on gadgets to navigate hills'

Walkers 'relying solely on gadgets to navigate hills'

Posted 23 February 2012
Many ramblers are depending too much on electronic devices to find their way around hills and mountains.
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Kendal Calling line-up unveiled

Kendal Calling line-up unveiled

Posted 23 February 2012
The first details of which acts are appearing at this year's Kendal Calling festival have been unveiled.
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Wreck reconnaissance in the Peak

Wreck reconnaissance in the Peak

Posted 23 February 2012
Walkers interested in wartime history may be keen on a trek in the Peak District examining some of the plane crash sites in the area.
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Plymouth half marathon 'offers scenic route'

Plymouth half marathon 'offers scenic route'

Posted 22 February 2012
The Plymouth half-marathon offers a testing course but one with great views, one of its organisers has said.
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Ramblers welcome New Forest visit by panel

Ramblers welcome New Forest visit by panel

Posted 22 February 2012
The Ramblers has called on the government's Forestry Panel to use a trip to the New Forest to investigate the issue of access to woodland not in public ownership.
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Ramblers warning over farming regulations

Ramblers warning over farming regulations

Posted 21 February 2012
New regulations on farmland could reduce public access if adopted, the Ramblers has warned.
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Family rescued after getting lost on Lakeland hill

Family rescued after getting lost on Lakeland hill

Posted 21 February 2012
The rescue of a cold and wet family from a hill of modest height may offer an indication of the necessity of having the right clothes and navigational equipment in winter, even for small climbs.
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Youngsters rewarded for mountain poetry

Youngsters rewarded for mountain poetry

Posted 21 February 2012
A mountain poetry competition has revealed the love of the hills many youngsters have.
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