Meet our Peak Partners

Peak Partner Businesses

These businesses have shown their commitment to give back to the Peak District National Park by joining our Peak Partners scheme.

Thank you to all our Peak Partner businesses, your support is helping us to fund access and conservation projects across the Peak District National Park.

Find out how your business can benefit from working with us to care for the National Park here.


Bumper – provides an interest-free digital payment platform for vehicle repairs and services, enabling owners to spread their costs. As proud Sheffield residents this growing fintech company want to give back and support the work of the Foundation.

Peak District National Park Authority Visitor Centres – centre staff in Bakewell, Castleton, Edale and Upper Derwent invite customers to make a donation to the Foundation when they make a purchase when visiting the Peak District.

Peak Gateway – an exciting new visitor attraction on the fringes of the Park; they have made a commitment to embed Foundation messages in their offer to encourage visitors to donate to the Foundation when they visit the Peak District.


Bee Safe Supplies Ltd – working with nature, this local company’s products are not only kind to your skin but kind to the environment, and their packaging is sustainable and ethically sourced.

Carbon Jacked – an environmental start-up that helps individuals and businesses combat climate change. They believe saving the planet shouldn’t be boring, so they’re working hard to persuade people who wouldn’t normally take action on climate change to get involved, live more sustainably and protect nature.

C W Sellors Fine Jewellery – Established in 1979, C W Sellors is the UK’s leading fine jewellery and luxury watch specialist with over 40 years of experience. The family-run company is based in the Peak District.

Dark and White Events – offering challenging trail running and cycling events across the National Park, this outdoor events company with 20 years of experience make regular donations to the Peak District National Park Foundation to help care for the National Park.

Derbyshire Candle Company – based just outside Ashbourne on the southern tip of the Peak District. All their beautiful candles are inspired by the natural beauty of the area and aim to bring the fragrances of the peaks, hills, dales and woodland in to your home. 

Feel Good Do Good – Making organisations happier, Feel Good Do Good offers wellbeing consultancy, strategic development, agility and Scrum coaching, as well as digital consultancy and training.

Mammut – For nearly 160 years Mammut have been making high-performance equipment for mountain adventures. Based in Seon, Switzerland, they have stood for safety and pioneering innovation since 1862. Mammut products combine functionality and performance with contemporary design.

Mount Cook Adventure Centre – provides outdoor experiences, especially for young people and those who might not normally have the opportunity. We believe that when you capture and motivate participant engagement in the outdoors that we can start to make good things happen.

PAF Consulting Ltd – PAF Consulting was incorporated in 1999 and has always been based within the High Peak. Currently operating from Chapel-en-le-Frith, PAF Consulting offers a range of analysis and visualisation services. They are proud to be able to do our bit, in a modest way, to support the Peak District National Park.

Portaway Minerals (Elton) Ltd – a family-run company that has been trading in the Peak District for over 40 years, they are keen to support the work of the Foundation to give back to the Park.

White Peak Planning – are an independent planning consultancy, based in south Manchester. They specialise in managing and delivering complex planning applications, Environmental Impact Assessments and Sustainability Appraisals across a range of industry sectors.

Walker Sealants Ltd – trading in the Peak District for 40 years, this family-run company feels the benefits of the work of the Foundation are worthy of their support.


Derbyshire Country Cottages – Derbyshire Country Cottages, part of the Original Cottages family, has over 90 unique cottages across the region. They are proud to be a Peak Partner to show their support for our work in conserving this unique landscape for the future, one which is as much loved by our holidaymakers as it is by our team members who live and work here.

Helen Rose Photography – Helen is a Sheffield based lifestyle photographer, specialising in location based family and wedding shoots. She is passionate about the beautiful landscape of the Peak District that forms the backdrop of many of her shoots and wants to give something back to protect it for the future.

Park Designs – Quality, considered artwork and giftware by Si Homfray in Hathersage.

Peak District Kids – Peak District Kids is the go-to website for families looking to explore the Peak District, whether you’re a regular visitor, planning a first-time holiday, or a local looking for new ideas and events in the area.

Peak Mountaineering – Peak Mountaineering is a long established provider of the highest quality mountain training and outdoor adventures. They are also specialists in providing all types of group events and overseas expeditions.

Peak Running – an exciting small company with wellness at its core, they help runners in the Peak District with coaching and guided runs; they regularly donate a percentage of profits from events to the Foundation to help their clients give care for the National Park that they love to run in.

Peak Walking Adventures – was founded in 2009 to share the owners’ love of the National Park with others. Walks are led by trained mountain leaders and offer a perfect chance for small groups, individuals or couples to experience the area and learn about the countryside and upland environment.

Pedal – Sheffield based bike repair shop that offers convenient, easy to book, professional servicing. With donations made to the Foundation from their Gold Services.

Phil Sproson Photography – photographer Phil Sproson captures spectacular images of the Peak District; he supports the foundation with free use of his stunning photographs, regular donations from the sale of his Peak District Calendar, and promotes the Foundation’s work on his tourism website Let’s Go Peak District.

Reynolds Research – this Bakewell-based market research company is proud to support our work to care for the Peak District National Park

RubbaStuff – producers of the popular PACMAT a lightweight, compact, waterproof, washable, durable picnic blanket that is Made in UK and inspired by the company’s experience of family life and love of the outdoors. 1% from every Peak District themed PACMAT will be donated to the Foundation to encourage families to get outside and give something back to the National Park. Photo credit – Peak District Kids.

Splashmaps – The wearable, washable, all weather map designed for the real outdoors. Splashmaps will donate 10% from sales of their Peak District products to support the Peak District Access Fund.

The Outdoor Guide – a place for people who love lacing up a pair of muddy boots and discovering new walking routes in the great outdoors. TOG believes passionately in the value of enjoying a healthy life outdoors and aims to support those without the ability or opportunity to access and share the benefit of our great outdoors. We are delighted to be working with the charitable arm of TOG – The Outdoor Guide Foundation – to support their Waterproofs and Wellies project. Find out more here.