Welcome to the online edition of Signpost. This is an alternative to the print edition.
All around us are trees. Many trees are found in city and town centres, adding to the feeling of the country side alongside our houses and factories.
As this is the first edition of Signpost since I became its editor, it provides a good opportunity to introduce myself.
PNFS has five footpath inspectors who have some strenuous paths in open and wild moorland areas of the High Peak to inspect.
It has been a bumper autumn. Twenty-two signposts have been installed from October to early December.
Two pictures of a stile on Ripley footpath 76 at Butterley Park.
PNFS has a new pin badge available.
On a rather dull day last November, our chairman, David Hurrell, and I met Julia Gow of the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust (DWT) and presented her with cheque for £1,130...
Ken writes about his experience of identifying and claiming unrecorded rights of way in Derbyshire.
On 24 October 2018, PNFS signpost number 573 was erected.
One of our bookshelves has over twenty books of walks in the Peak District
The two signs near White Coppice were made for the RA by Needhams Foundry in Stockport in 1963.
The last edition of Signpost contained a report on the removal of a long-standing obstruction on Bradshaw North 63 at The Heights...
The pleasant parish of Wilpshire is in the south-western part of the Ribble Valley, which comes under Lancashire County Council.
It was on a cold and windy day in December 2018 when the Peak District Boundary Walk plaque was unveiled by the Mayor of the High Peak,
PNFS Annual General Meeting
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