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The Rural Payments Agency (RPA), the body that supports farming and food production in the UK, joined National Park rangers this week on a tour of bridges and footpaths that have been repaired as part of ‘Routes to Resilience’, a £3m flood recovery project.
Posted: 09 March 2017
Farming plays a special role in the Lake District, its identity and cultural heritage. A rugged landscape from which to carve a living, a potential World Heritage Site in 2017, and the prospect of the UK leaving the EU in 2019.
Posted: 03 March 2017
Lake District visitors looking for inspirational ideas to enjoy the National Park will be spoilt for choice in 2017, as a packed programme of more than 350 new events and activities is launched by the Lake District National Park this week.
Posted: 15 February 2017
A new team of park rangers are set to help people in the Lake District enjoy even more of the National Park this New Year.
Posted: 09 January 2017
Local businesses from around Cumbria are set to become more resilient to the impacts of extreme weather as a result of two free workshops funded by the Lake District National Park and Eden District Council this month (6 and 8 Dec).
Posted: 21 December 2016
As the Lake District National Park’s fell top assessors return this week to make their daily trek up Helvellyn, this winter they will share even more top tips using #summitsafely to help walkers stay safe on the fells.
Posted: 02 December 2016
In December 2015, severe flooding left its mark on the Lake District National Park. A year and a day after Storm Desmond, businesses are invited to attend a free workshop to improve their resilience to prepare them for climate-related impacts such as flooding and power-loss.
Posted: 01 December 2016