Positive news for Lyme cyclists in 2018

Last year the National Trust ran a consultation on cycling at their Lyme Estate in the north west Peak District near Disley (more info here). People from multiple user groups got involved in the consultation, resulting in permissive trails being opened up on the estate during August and September last year. Due to the success […]

Marshalls needed for British Heart Foundation Challenge

Can’t do the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Peak District Mountain Bike Challenge but still want to be involved? Be a marshall! Without marshalls, rides like the British Heart Foundation events can’t happen. And because we here at Peak District MTB have such a good relationship with them, if we can get some marshalls, the British […]

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Recording lost rights of way – Project 2026

Background The clock is ticking; from the 1st January 2018 there is just eight years to record lost rights of way. In 2000, the Countryside and Rights of Way Act was introduced, Section 53 of the Act provided for a “cut off date” of 1st January 2026. After this date many historic routes (pre 1949) […]

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