The draft High Peak Moors Vision and Plan went out for consultation before Christmas and we've been absolutely delighted with the amount and range of feedback we've received - over 430 responses, well over what we'd been expecting. Thank you very much indeed to all those who have given us their time and comments.
Monday, 11 March 2013
Friday, 8 March 2013
Key environmental figures gather to celebrate unique partnership work for the Sheffield Moors
“It’s fantastic to see the Park and the local authority working with a number of different organisations to make this an even better place to visit. I am looking forward to returning in the future to enjoy some of it myself.”
Just seven miles from the centre of Sheffield, the Sheffield Moors lie in the
, and comprise a 56km² (21 square miles) mosaic of moorland, meadows, bogs, deciduous woodlands, and dramatic gritstone edges such as the iconic Stanage Edge. The Moors also boasts a wealth of wildlife including one of only two Peak District National Park herds in the National Park and its only colony of adders. red deer
Speaking on behalf of the Sheffield Moors Partnership, Nick Sellwood said: