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  • “Book of Bridges” restored

    A huge book containing the Midland Railway’s original 1870s drawings for the now closed Garsdale-Hawes branch line has been restored, with support from the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority’s Sustainable Development Fund (SDF). Date published: 20180921

  • ‘Now or never’ for Ingleborough woodland grants

    A plan to plant 15 hectares of new native woodland in the Ingleborough Dales over four years will fail unless more landowners come forward soon, the team behind the project has said. Date published: 20180918

  • Lancashire station flags reused in National Park

    Large flagstones which once lined the platforms at Kirkham and Wesham Station in Lancashire have been reused on public rights of way in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Date published: 20180914

  • Rewards for Whernside path donations

    A HF Holidays three-night break in the Dales is one reward of many on offer as part of a new crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the repair of a key footpath on Yorkshire’s highest peak, Whernside. Date published: 20180910

  • ‘Mysterious’ earthworks surveyed in Wensleydale

    Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority archaeologists and members of the community are surveying earthworks known as ‘stack stands’ – as part of a project exploring Wensleydale’s dairying heritage. Date published: 20180907

  • Yoredale exhibitor: ‘Wildlife is my life’

    Bedale-based landscape and wildlife photographer Paul Fowlie has become the latest local artist to exhibit work at Yoredale, the Bainbridge offices of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. Date published: 20180903

  • Cumbria habitats surveyed for first time

    Ecologists are for the first time assessing the condition of ‘priority habitats’ in the parts of Cumbria and Lancashire that became part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in 2016. Date published: 20180831

  • Inspector makes Forbidden Corner decision

    The Planning Inspectorate has rejected an appeal by the owners of the Forbidden Corner against an enforcement notice served by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA). Date published: 20180822

  • ‘Sound condemnation’ needed of raptor persecution

    The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority will present evidence-based data on birds of prey persecution in the Park at a Northern England Raptor Forum open day in Grassington tomorrow. Date published: 20180810

  • Ash dieback hits Park

    Ash dieback disease has spread “phenomenally quickly” right across the Yorkshire Dales National Park, hitting its most treasured and ancient woodlands, the Park Authority’s Senior Trees and Woodlands Officer, Geoff Garrett, has said. Date published: 20180807

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