Introducing Peak District View News

This channel has been set up to publish news and views about what is happening in the Peak District and Derbyshire. We will be tackling many issues as they arise and how they affect:-

Its heritage.

Arguably, The Peak District National Park encompasses the most diverse and accessible historical sites in the country.

Its people.

The people who live and work in The Peak District and surrounding area are some of the most friendly and hospitable you will meet.

Its landscape.

From the dramatic moors of the Dark Peak to the steep sided valleys of the White Peak, the differing landscapes of the Peak District are both breathtaking and awe inspiring.

Its economy.

By its very nature, the Peak District has a wealth of craftsmen and women in small and large businesses, producing high quality goods and services. Peak District View aims to promote these unique products and skills to a wider world.

Its preservation.

We believe not only in the preservation of the Peak District for our own enjoyment, but through the medium of photographic images and information technology, to help maintain and develop awareness of the area; thereby securing its existence for generations to come.

Its accessibility.

“An unbelievable resource” within easy commuting distance of a huge proportion of the population, well served by road, rail and air. Who needs to go abroad? When you can have a Peak District View.

Peak District View is owned and run by people born and bred in the area and who are passionate about every aspect of the Peak District.


About peakdistrictview

The Peak District has everything you need for short breaks, holidays or long stay vacations. Through our 360 degree pano viewing experience take the opportunity to look at the landscape, market towns, and villages of the Peak District that make it such a special place. Discover the hidden gems of the area from the rugged heather clad moorland of the Dark Peak, to the gently rolling dales of the White Peak. Find out about Chatsworth, Alton Towers, Bakewell, Castleton, Peak National Park information, castles, houses, caves, river valleys, reservoirs, heritage sites and much much more.
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