BBC Film To Focus On 4×4 Problems In Peak Park

A BBC fly-on-the-wall documentary to be screened at the end of this month focuses on the challenge of managing opposing views about 4×4 and trail bike use on green lanes in the Peak District National Park.

Film-maker Richard Macer spent a year following the Peak Park Authority’s rights of way team and was given behind the scenes access  to help the public understand the challenges of managing a complex legal issue that arouses strong passions about the balance required to conserve and enhance the environment, while allowing people legal access to the countryside.

The documentary is part of a series caled Tales From The National Parks and will be screened at 9pm on Sunday 30 October on BBC4.


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