Let’s Go Peak District Newsletter

Frequency: 1 email bi-monthly

The Let’s Go Peak District Newsletter gives you a summary of events, and the best things to be doing in the Peak District. It is a look ahead to all that is happening, so that you can make the most of your time in the area.

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Peak District Walks, Runs & Rides Newsletter

Frequency: 1 email per week on Thursday evening

The Peak District Walks, Runs & Rides Newsletter will inspire you to get out into the Peak District at the weekend. We’ll share a downloadable route with you, including a PDF map and instructions to print off, and even GPX file if you use GPS devices. Points of interest, where to eat, parking, it is all in the newsletter.

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Peak District Photography Days Newsletter

Frequency: 1 email per 2 to 3 months

The Peak District Photography Days Newsletter is for those that want to attend our photography experience days. We share with you new workshops on offer to extend your photography skills.

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May 2019 Let’s Go Peak District News

April Showers Bring May Flowers Happy May from the team at Let’s Go Peak District!  We hope you had a wonderful Easter and made the most of the great holiday weather. And now Spring has well and truly arrived – the days are getting longer, the lambs are bouncing about noisily, and the bluebells are blooming well everywhere in woodlands all across the Peak District.  The Let's Go Peak District team have all been bouncing about noisily too, bringing you lots of new information for our lovely website and Facebook page. Let’s Go Peak District Facebook Group We love the fact that so many of you have been getting out...
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April 2019 Let’s Go Peak District News

Spring is Springing! Spring is always a stunning time of year in the Peak District. The lambs are out skipping in those rolling green fields, the daffodils are blooming along the lanes, the birds are singing merrily in the woodlands, the bluebells are on their way. If you're lucky you might hear the distinctive note of the curlews on the moorland, or even see an adder basking on a rocky outcrop. For the people too, Spring is when we see visitor numbers to the Peak District increase; the walkers can hopefully ditch at least some of the waterproofs, the weekend cyclists can oil their gears, and the climbers can start...
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