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White Peak Partnership

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The White Peak Partnership was formed in 2017 to

'develop a vision and action plan to deliver a healthy heritage- and wildlife-rich landscape which delivers a wide range of public goods and services.'

In 2018 the White Peak Partnership launched it's vision.

The steering group for the Partnership is made up of members from

  • Peak District National Park Authority
  • Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
  • Natural England
  • Environment Agency
  • National Trust
  • Historic England
  • National Farmers Union

Minutes from the steering group meetings can be found here.

The wider Partnership incorporates many other different interest groups. If you are interested in knowing more about the White Peak Partnership please email sarah.bird@peakdistrict.gov.uk.

On 26th September 2018 farm advisers that work in the White Peak attended a training event. Presentations and documents from that event can be found here.

The White Peak is one of three National Character Areas (NCAs) that make up the Peak District. Natural England have produced a profile for the White Peak NCA that describes what makes the White Peak special.

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