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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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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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Beyond the Classroom Working to Keep Children Engaged with Nature While at Home

31 March 2020

Our project Beyond the Classroom is changing focus during this period to focus on how to keep children who are at home engaged with the natural world. To this end we are looking for folks to fill out this quick and anonymous survey about how best we can help during...

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South West Peak Landscape Partnership Grant Awarded for Boundary Walk

31 March 2020

In these difficult times it is helpful to think of some things that you can look forward to and with that in mind we would like to to share the below news story. We encourage all readers to follow government advice and Stay at Home, Protect Our NHS, Save Lives.Friends...

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Call for young people to be ‘Fairer for Nature’

20 December 2019

Young people and adults from Buxton and Fairfield are being offered the opportunity to do something great for their community, the environment and themselves in a new gardening project.The project called Fairer for Nature aims to get young people excited about wildlife by encouraging them to learn to love nature...

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Volunteers Brave the Elements to Plant Sphagnum Moss

16 December 2019

A major planting project in the Staffordshire Moorlands will help to improve water quality and create more species-rich moors.Staff and volunteers from the South West Peak Landscape Partnership took part in a week-long sphagnum moss planting project.Braving wet and windy weather, the team successfully planted 10,000 plug plants, paving the...

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