Planned Maintenance: Disruption to email services

Planned Maintenance: Disruption to email services

Work to change our email services will start on Friday 12 April from 16:00. Normal email services should be restored by Monday morning 15 April. During the maintenance window you may experience difficulty sending us email and we may not be able to reply.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this necessary maintenance work.

Green fields highlighted by sunrays through heavy clouds from Curbar Edge

Stanage & North Lees Forum

Next meeting

The 2023 Stanage Forum Open Meeting will take place at 2pm on Sunday 15 October at the Memorial Hall, Oddfellows Road, Hathersage S32 1DU.

Apart from a brief section of formal business, the agenda for the meeting will include...

  • Ring ouzel project and wildlife surveys
  • New heritage project proposal
  • Renovation of Cruck Barn
  • Restoration of woodland, hedgerows, hay meadows and peat bogs
  • Bridleway repairs and new Miles Without Stiles route
  • Find out how you can get involved in 2024

Plus, as always, an opportunity for questions & feedback to the management team.

Presentations will begin just after 2pm, and there will be stalls and information to view after the main business, until 4pm.

All welcome, no need to book.

About the Forum

Stanage & North Lees are managed by the National Park Authority in partnership with Stanage Forum which represents the views of the many and diverse users of the Estate. The steering group is made up of representatives of the different user groups and is the main decision making body.

The forum was set up in 2000 and over a period of 2 years was involved in the production of the Management Plan for the Estate (2002-2012). This was recognised as ground breaking and the first example of a management plan for a public property being produced in partnership with the user groups rather than in consultation with them.

In Spring 2014 the National Park Authority worked with all stakeholders and the forum to produce a new Vision for the Estate based on the four themes of Landscape, People, Connections and Resources. The process involved the collection of views on the Estate and the issues which were felt to be most significant. The resulting ‘Word Clouds’ are available below along with the Vision. Work continued in 2015 to produce a new management plan, a draft of which is available below.

For enquiries to the National Park Authority contact

More information on Stanage & North Lees can be found in our visiting section.

Stanage Forum documents

Word Cloud and Vision

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