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Bank House in Hathersage is a chic, stylish restaurant and bar in the heart of this stunning Peak District village. They're delighted to be serving their delicious food on a takeaway basis at the moment ... and we promise you won't be disappointed!
If you're getting fed up with lockdown food, visit www.bankhousehathersage.co.uk or call 01433 449060, place your order and collect from 4:30pm onwards. Enjoy!
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Netty Webster x
Standing to attention as the sun comes up over the horizon at 4.45 am! ... See MoreSee Less
Stunning Buzzard takes off from her favourite perch on an old barn wall near my village . ... See MoreSee Less
Have a break! These fingers of gritstone on Higger Tor in the Hope Valley are known locally as the 'Kit Kat Stones' - for obvious reasons! This image shows the Iron Age hill fort of Carl Wark in the distance as the sun rises through the mist. ... See MoreSee Less
Just an awesome photo, fantastic scenery, thankyou, 💕😊😊
All these years and I have never seen these stones! I invariably pass by on the other side!
Incredible History n scenery!
Such a beautiful and very special place.
Ancient history. Superb scenery.
James thought you'd like this 🤗
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What a beautiful photo, awesome in black and white, makes the subjects in the photo stand out more, thankyou brilliant 💕😊😊
We had a black lab called Sam back in the 80's who became friends with a horse on holiday on a farm on the Gower. We went every year and they would run up to one another as soon as they saw one another and then run round the field together.
Beautiful, that has made my day.❤️x
Beautiful. Animals can teach humans so much.
Lovely photo. I think black and white makes you focus on the subjects a bit more. ❤️
Two words........ Just perfect.💕
Beautiful and the picture looks great in black and white.
Awww lovely 🙂
Truly beautiful xxxx
Beautiful photo x
I would love to pay that horse 🥰😍
I love this photo ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Really beautiful, love this photo 😍
This is the beautiful village of Hathersage in the Derbyshire Peak District, captured last night at sunset by Peaklass. Hathersage is a historic place in the heart of the Hope Valley, with links to some very interesting fictional characters....
Read more: letsgopeakdistrict.co.uk/hathersage-2/
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Beautifu! On one visit to the PD, we had a hot air balloon flying over us and the people in it were calling to us to ask permission to land. We ran to the owner’s house and got her - all exciting, all safe and what an experience in watching the balloon being packed away - this all happened as the sun was setting. Wonderful memories
Lovely village, Bank House Restaurant one of my regular haunts !
Sunshine and shadows. Beautiful!
Hathersage is where Dave & I met for the first time 60 years ago. Special place.
Absolutely stunning scenery
Beautiful view. Love this, thank you for sharing.
As a teenager I visited Hathersage thank you for the memory.
I used to live in Hathersage.....so beautiful ❤️
Looks beautiful x
Thank you for your kind comments everyone, it’s a beautiful view over this pretty village. Do check out the link for more information, and a video all about the area.And who noticed the little ‘Hathersage’ carved on the gate?!
One of the most beautiful places in the country. I lived there and still love to go back.
I love it!
That is beautiful
Stunning scenery xx. Beautiful place x
Absolutely stunning photo, beautiful scenery, 💕😃😃
Beautiful photo. The colours are gorgeous ❤
Stunning. The colours are beautiful
Stunning views xx
Love that gate , it means I'm off to Higger Tor for breakfast . 😊
Gorgeous photo! Love it 😃😃😍
Love the colours.
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Great work from some local shops to remove displays of disposable barbecues - we really hope others follow suit, after a weekend of extremely high visitor numbers and many moorland fires caused by barbecues and campfires. If you’re visiting the Peak District, please please leave your barbecues at home!Today, we are asking retailers and forecourts across the #PeakDistrict to follow the positive steps taken by Spar/Barrons in our National Park and voluntarily remove disposable BBQs from sale.
The devastating impacts from discarded BBQs have been made starkly clear in recent days and weeks, affecting landscapes and wildlife at the heart of the UK’s first National Park.
We will contact as many outlets as we can directly, and if you do choose to take this step please tag us in your social media and we will be glad to support you.
📷 (c) Tom Hodgson Photography
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All cooking of food using disposable bbqs or open fires should be banned from everywhere but your back garden . Disposable bbqs should not be sold anywhere , some people are so irresponsible . What has happened to a good picnic ? The devastation these fires are causing is devastating, don't people remember last years fires .
Yes I agree we can live without disposable barbecues and lanterns. There unnecessary and a fire hazard. What’s happened to the good old picnic basket and taking all your rubbish home with you. Why do some people have no respect for the beautiful places they visit?!!
God it never amazes me how stupid people can be...they shouldn't have to be told this...its bloody common sense!!!!
We’ve just had our barbecue. I broke my wrist a couple of weeks ago, so having to be careful, so onions and sausages all cooked in the oven, not quite the same but they tasted good and my husband could sort it all out easily,even though he’s no cook. 😁 😁
We need to get them off the shelves permanently from all stores. I doubt that many who visited and made a mess of the place recently had thought about buying locally to support the rural Community they were damaging..
Big red sign up in Clumber Park..No BBQ's... guess what some people had got fired up. Yes..bbq's and somebody sat right by the sign. It just shows how ignorant and stupid some people are..😳😳😳
I am always amazed but not surprised at the selfishness and stupidity of the Great British Public.
Angry at the idiots. Well done those shops that have taken disposable bbqs off sale. So much for those who clapped front line workers, the clearly feel they need some more work!
This country is much too lenient.I’m amazed that people went into lockdown without rebellion.If the government can achieve that,they could do so much more to ensure that our countryside and public spaces remain beautiful.
Well done to the shops involved good work! 😉
It takes a very long time and hard work to put those fires out becouse of the peat , it burns under ground for ages, killing animals , stop taking fire to the moors,
Group of 15+ on local park yesterday having a BBQ near trees. Children obviously OK with that but not OK to go to school!
I presume people are also travelling from Derby/Nottingham, Sheffield and Greater Manchester areas - short of searching every vehicle and person there it will be very difficult to police effectively. Pity the plebs simply ignore requests not to use them
Well done to those shops! These disposable BBQ's should only be allowed in your own garden!
Isn’t it enough that people can get out a bit further now and actually visit the Peak District. If they want a bloody barbecue then stay at home and have one! Take a sandwich like everyone else, you won’t starve!!!
I wish they would do the same in Northumberland. There have been 3 big fires there recently.
Disposable BBQ’ should be banned from being manufacture. As when finished they are too hot to take home so are just left by the morons who take them !!!!
We are trying to do the same in Dorset after a forest fire probably caused by a disposable bbq
Stupidity abounds, unfortunately. Did you see the youths deliberately trying to set fire to grass in park on news last night? I despair, truly I do.
Irresponsible idiots not confined to UK. Australia has just as many. No cure for stupidity so need to remove all access. Means the majority have to pay the price for a small portion of the population who don’t understand and have no commonsense.
It's unbelievable just how irresponsible people can be. It's tinderbox dry everywhere at the moment.
They've even been taking their own non disposable bbs with them too! What is wrong with a sandwich or a bowl of salad etc?
I can’t see what’s wrong with just packing a picnic. Save the barbecue for when you are at home.
Some stupid idiots with a barbecue by the river at Chatsworth on Saturday. We were way up on the hill but didn’t see the smoke for long so maybe a warden made them extinguish it. Sometimes totally embarrassed to be a member of the human race.
Why can’t they dispose of them at home!!😡😤
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