Staffordshire Wildlife Trust get the Roaches

The choice of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust as the new leaseholders for the Roaches estate is the best one to meet the aims of the Peak District National Park Authority, the head of the body responsible for awarding the 125-year deal has said.

The 395-hectare estate was taken over by the authority in 1980 and under the agreement,  access will be maintained by the trust, which also aims to improve conservation efforts, biodiversity and the involvement of local residents in the running of the area.

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