Pedalling The Parks

In April, our fundraising hero Lorna Fisher completed an epic challenge to raise money for our new Foundation. She cycled over 1,600 miles around the UK on a route that visits all 15 UK National Parks.

During the journey, she raised more than £2000. And she highlighted 2019 as the Year of Green Action – urging people to say #iwill to new challenges that contribute to sustainable lifestyles.

Want to congratulate Lorna on her amazing achievement? There’s still time to donate…

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Building a Foundation for our National Park with #70kfor70

This year is the 70th anniversary of the Act of Parliament that led to the Peak District becoming the UK’s first National Park. We want to keep the spirit of access and enjoyment of our National Parks going into the future.  So with your help we’re raising £70,000 to mark this milestone. £70,000 will:

  • Restore damaged moorland
  • Look after important cultural heritage
  • Help people access the National Park
  • Protect at-risk species and their habitat

Our operating costs are secured for three years, so every penny you give goes to delivering much-needed projects within your National Park.

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Could you be a hero?

We are looking for fundraising heroes to take on challenges to raise money and awareness for the Foundation.

Contact us at hello@peakdistrictfoundation.org.uk

ourPeak e-newsletter

Our friends over at the Peak District National Park Authority send out a lovely e-newsletter once a quarter, jam-packed with news. We'll be including all the Foundation's latest news in there too, so sign up for ourPeak to find out what we're up to.

Sign up to ourPeak

Easyfundraising

Want to help raise money to look after the Peak District National Park without leaving home? Now its easy to raise money while you shop with easyfundraising.org.uk. All you need to do is follow this link, register and shop as normal. Easyfundraising will do the rest, and we will get a donation from the retailer every time you shop online.

Download our privacy notice here

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