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Pub plan to help preserve Yorkshire Three Peaks

Posted 16 December 2011
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Pub plan to help preserve Yorkshire Three Peaks
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Those putting on their outdoor jackets for a walk in the Yorkshire Dales may be keen on doing the county's Three Peak Challenge sometime and they can help by having a pub meal at a hostelry in Settle.

The Lion pub has dished up a new offering called The Butcher's Board and every one that is ordered will see 15p of the price donated towards The Three Peaks Project, which is run by the national park authority with the aim of preserving the paths and landscape around Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-Ghent.

Pub manager Ian Pilcher said the Butcher's Board is "a very popular choice among our customers because it is a tasty mix of homemade Scotch egg, chicken liver pate, Dales beef and horseradish, mustard mayonnaise and rustic bread".

Now, he said, even more people could go for it because of the benefits it will have for the mountains.

The three mountains have more to offer than just scenery, a walking challenge and summits to tick off a list.

Earlier this month, archaeologists found traces of a seventh-century building on the flank of Ingleborough, making it the only positively-identified post-Roman age settlement in Ribblesdale.