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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.


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Networks for Nature: Facilitating Collaborative Farming

10 February 2021

‘White Peak Farmers’ are a group of farmers that united in early April 2015 with the aim of working together to deliver better environmental outcomes in the White Peak area of the Peak District. The area has a wealth of wildlife and across the different farms they have limestone grassland,...

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South West Peak Supports “Sheep to Craft”

28 January 2021

The following article was written by Alison Bowry who is the Programme Manager, Creative Arts, Health and Wellbeing at HPCA. This programme is part of the Engaging Communities project and is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.High Peak Community Arts is a small, vibrant charity, which celebrated its 40th...

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Consultant Required: Volunteer Network Development

25 January 2021

On behalf of the South West Peak Landscape Partnership (SWPLP), the Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA) is looking for a contractor, experienced in working with volunteers, to assess current and future volunteering requirements and opportunities in the South West Peak area.Funded largely by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, plus...

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Understanding Dale Mine receives the Harold Sarjeant Conservation Award from the Peak District Mines Historical Society

3 December 2020

This year the Peak District Mines Historical Society’s Harold Sarjeant Conservation Award is being given to the South West Peak Landscape Partnership Scheme for the Understanding Dale Mine project. This project, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, entailed a survey of the surface remains of Dale Mine near Warslow,...

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Visiting the Peak District during Covid-19 (Updated 6 Nov)

10 November 2020

Remember that if visiting the South West Peak to follow the updated government guidance.To read the easy guide our partners over at the Peak District National Park have prepared click here.- Wash your hands regularly.- Wear a face covering where required.- Keep a safe distance....

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