By working together in the South West Peak, we will shape a better future for our communities, landscape, wildlife and heritage where trust and understanding thrive.
With support from the Heritage Lottery Fund using money raised through the National Lottery we are working in partnership to deliver a number of projects to benefit people, communities, natural and cultural heritage in the area.
Protecting the unique historical features and the 'hidden history' that characterises the landscape of the South West Peak.
Recording the history of farming while looking to the future and providing support and training for the next generation of local farmers.
Supporting the key species and habitats that make the South West Peak such a beautiful place to live, work or visit.
Free talk about four South West Peak Projects with an emphasis on history and how you can get involved.
1 October 2017
The Cheshire hills are home to communities of fungal species which are grassland specialists. These communities can be valuable indicators of ancient grassland. Also, like their grassland habitat, they are threatened by improvement, disturbance, or cessation of management.