Peak & Northern Footpaths Society (est.1894)

Signpost 44, Autumn 2013

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David Bratt & Paul Easthope at the Hodder Valley show


Latest news and dates for your diary.

Chairman's piece
by John Broadbent

In the Summer Newsletter I said “I firmly believe we need to increase our membership numbers”. I am delighted to tell you ...

Signpost report

Six signposts have been erected since my last report in May; three (443, 445, 447) are in more distant parts and three in our core area : ...

Silverdale Update
by Peter Rothwell

“December 11th saw a decision by Lancashire County Council remarkable for its disregard of the law and evidence.” So began our article under this title in the last Annual Report. We are delighted to report ...

Opposing diversions of old routes to historic buildings.
by Terry Norris

A family purchases an historic building in a rural location. The building was used as a mill but is now occupied as a residence. There is a public footpath passing through the garden close to the property. The new owner ...

What Am I Allowed To Do On A Public Right of Way?
by John Harker

There is a footpath along the river Derwent in the Peak District National Park. It runs along the east bank from Froggatt village towards Calver Mill. A large wooden sign fixed to a tree tells you ...

Poly Tunnels & Strawberries
by Harry Scott

Have you enjoyed the summer and your strawberries and cream? But do you know where your strawberries come from and how they are produced? No doubt you have this vision of an open field with the sun shining down as ...

Walks Programme

Details of short walks and longer walks, October 2013 to January 2014. See also the complete current walks programme.

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