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A celebratory event was held recently to thank the dedicated team of volunteers who help look after the historic environment of the Lake District National Park through archaeological survey, research and conservation. The English Lake District UNESCO World Heritage Site is an area of national and international historical and cultural significance, and this team of volunteers has played a significant role in extending the knowledge of the Lake District’s archaeology and history.
Posted: 15 March 2023
Please keep dogs on leads this half term for the safety of livestock and wildlife. This is the joint message of The Lake District National Park Authority, the National Trust and the National Farmers’ Union (NFU).
Posted: 17 February 2023
The Lake District National Park Partnership is looking for a senior leader who really loves the Lake District to come forward as a new Chair before Valentine's Day.
Posted: 03 February 2023
January has been a gloomy month with dark days and what seems like never-ending rain. But the sunshine, clear skies, and a smattering of snow this week has prompted the Lake District National Park Authority to encourage people to ‘wander more this winter’ to benefit their physical and mental health and wellbeing.
Posted: 19 January 2023
The Lake District National Park Authority’s Fell Top Assessors are celebrating 35 years of the Weatherline service, supported by the Mountain Rescue service to kick off this year’s Fell Top season.
Posted: 01 December 2022
It’s all change in the Lake District National Park Authority’s Farming team as there’s promotion for Jasmine Holliday to Farming Officer and the introduction of local farmer, Eliza Hodgson, as a new Assistant Farming Officer.
Posted: 10 November 2022
An innovative new partnership approach to fund critical nature restoration projects has been launched to help improve the water quality of England’s largest lake, Windermere.
Posted: 02 November 2022