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There’s a lot going on in the South West Peak! Stay up to date with the latest news on all our projects and the Partnership as a whole.

Job Opening: Community Engagement & Grants Officer

28 May 2020

Join the South West Peak team! This opportunity to work with the communities of the South West Peak is offered through our partners at Support Staffordshire.South West Peak Community Engagement & Grants Officer30 hours a week – £23,000 pro rataFixed term to end September 2021Main base Leek with travelThis is...

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Increased fire risk an added factor to ‘stay at home’ message says National Park

30 April 2020

‘Stay home, stay local’ remains the message to everyone from the Peak District National Park ahead of the weekend.The continued call from the UK’s original national park comes in the fifth week of ‘lockdown’ measures, and as a prolonged period of dry weather has increased the wild fire risk.Government advice...

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South West Peak Spring Newsletter

16 April 2020

While we are all remaining at home entertainment can sometimes be challenging. Why not check out our Spring Newsletter? It is loaded with content from all our staff and volunteers and we'd love it if you took a look and shared it with your friends and family. Heck the dog...

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Partner News: National Park Authority Urges Visitors to Keep Staying at Home Ahead of Easter Weekend Break

9 April 2020

News from our partners at the Peak District National Park:As the country comes towards the end of a third week of coronavirus ‘lockdown’ the Peak District National Park Authority is urging people not to be tempted to break government measures during the Easter break.National Park ranger patrols, in partnership with...

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Partner News: Peak District National Park thanks thousands for ‘staying away’ but urges rights of way remain open for local communities

31 March 2020

News from our partners at the Peak District National Park:The Peak District National Park Authority has thanked the public for 'staying away' following an impassioned campaign to help protect communities and key workers.The campaign was launched after visitors were seen in large numbers at many popular locations and car parks...

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