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News - May 2012

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Lake District visitor centres given thumbs up

Lake District visitor centres given thumbs up

Posted 31 May 2012
Visitor centres in the Lake District have been praised by inspectors.
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Diamond Jubilee arrives early for national parks

Diamond Jubilee arrives early for national parks

Posted 30 May 2012
Many natural sites in England are also celebrating their Diamond Jubilee at the moment.
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Camping during the Olympics could save you some cash

Camping during the Olympics could save you some cash

Posted 29 May 2012
Camping during the Olympics will cut the cost of staying in the capital dramatically.
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Extinct bumblebee returns to England

Extinct bumblebee returns to England

Posted 28 May 2012
Pull on your walking boots and hit the trail in Kent this summer and you could encounter a previously extinct bumblebee.
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Walkers reminded of adder danger

Walkers reminded of adder danger

Posted 25 May 2012
The summer months can herald the return of the poisonous adder - making walking boots a necessity.
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Walking for Health handed to The Ramblers

Walking for Health handed to The Ramblers

Posted 25 May 2012
\The Ramblers and Macmillan Cancer Support have taken on responsibility for the Walking for Health initiative.
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New Peak District management plan launched

New Peak District management plan launched

Posted 24 May 2012
A new management plan for the Peak District will help safeguard the park's future.
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Windermere mass walk planned for charity

Windermere mass walk planned for charity

Posted 24 May 2012
A charity mass walk in Windermere will take place this September.
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Lake District gears up for Diamond Jubilee

Lake District gears up for Diamond Jubilee

Posted 23 May 2012
The Queen's Jubilee will be celebrated in style in the Lake District this June.
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Lake District National Park Authority praised by inspectors

Lake District National Park Authority praised by inspectors

Posted 23 May 2012
Inspectors commended the Lake District National Park Authority on its solid performance.
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Peak District shortlisted for national award

Peak District shortlisted for national award

Posted 22 May 2012
The Peak District will be considered for a national award alongside other top walking destinations.
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Peak District gets new camping guide

Peak District gets new camping guide

Posted 22 May 2012
A new camping guide for the Peak District has been launched in time for summer.
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Workers in the Western Isles clock up 13k miles

Workers in the Western Isles clock up 13k miles

Posted 21 May 2012
Workers in the Western Isles have clocked up an amazing 13,146 miles during the Paths For All Walk at Work Step Count Challenge.
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A beacon of curiosity

A beacon of curiosity

Posted 21 May 2012
A guided walk in one of the Lake District's less-heralded areas may have only revealed a few of the curiosities in the area.
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Tribute walk to climb Snowdon

Tribute walk to climb Snowdon

Posted 18 May 2012
Five friends are to climb Snowdon for charity as a tribute to a friend who died on Wales's highest peak.
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Coast-to-Coast walk a very short one

Coast-to-Coast walk a very short one

Posted 18 May 2012
An ankle injury has made short work of one individual's attempts to complete Alfred Wainwright's coast-to-coast walk.
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The wonder of the wolds

The wonder of the wolds

Posted 18 May 2012
Those who think walking is all about high mountains may discover something very different can still be enjoyable if they visit the Lincolnshire Wolds for its walking festival.
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Natural England opens National Trails consultation

Natural England opens National Trails consultation

Posted 17 May 2012
A consultation on the future of England's National Trails has been opened by Natural England.
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Idwal photo is winning national parks picture

Idwal photo is winning national parks picture

Posted 16 May 2012
A photo taken in Snowdonia's Ogwen Valley has won a national park's photographic competition.
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New bothy opens on Jura

New bothy opens on Jura

Posted 16 May 2012
A new bothy has opened that may help walkers enjoy the Hebridean island of Jura.
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