|Event Name||10,000 Years in a Day! (FULLY BOOKED)|
|Start Date||15th Oct 2018 10:00am|
|End Date||15th Oct 2018 4:00pm|
10,000 Years in a Day! (FULLY BOOKED)
Monday 15th October 2018
Booking essential as places are limited: Email SWP Cultural Heritage Officer, Dr Catherine Parker Heath firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01629 816279.
About the walk:
Bring a packed lunch, stout footwear and suitable clothing for the weather.
We will stop for breaks and lunch en-route. Refreshments available to buy from various tea shops and other establishments in Hartington before setting off and at the end.
Toilets at Hartington Station and various tea shops and other establishments in Hartington before and after walk, but, unfortunately, not en-route.
Along the Upper Dove Valley, evidence exists of human activity that dates from the Palaeolithic to the present day. At the very edge of the South West Peak, the Dove Valley is not only a boundary between the counties of Derbyshire and Staffordshire but also between different geologies and geographies, which have informed how people have lived here in the past. Join us to find out more!