Those keen to go walking
along an old railway line may enjoy part of the Tissington Trail in a guided walk run by Peak District National Park rangers next month.
Held on March 12th, the trek starts in Tissington village at 13:30 GMT, continuing until 16:00 GMT, with the short route (under three miles) taking in some of the historic buildings around the village and part of the Tissington trail.
Good walking boots
and appropriate clothing are listed as being essential, with the latter including waterproof jackets
if it is wet.
No pre-booking is required and the walk is described as being suitable for all the family.
Those visiting Derbyshire can enjoy a range of trails along old railway lines, with the Monsal trail also based in the Peak District.
Just outside the national park but still in the High Peak is the Sett Valley trail, which follows the old railway line between New Mills and Hayfield.