Derbyshire is the setting for our annual Peak District Walk. This 8-mile all-family walk takes place in some of the most stunning scenery in the Peak District National Park. It was here that the brave crews of 617 Squadron trained in their specially adapted Lancaster bombers for their epic raid on the Ruhr dams in May 1943.

In its third year, this charity walk will start and finish at The Yorkshire Bridge Inn. It will follow the designated walking route around the east of Ladybower Reservoir up to Fairholmes, and will return via the west of Ladybower Reservoir and back to The Yorkshire Bridge Inn where there will be a hog roast and an opportunity to mingle with lots of like-minded people.

Car parking will be at The Yorkshire Bridge Inn, Heatherdene and in a local residents field.

Participants will be directed to the cafe at Fairholmes as the half way point refreshment facility.

This walk will provide you with plenty of opportunity to meet people with experience of aplastic anaemia, enjoy the great Derbyshire outdoors and work up a healthy appetite for when the walk is completed!

National Park Rangers will join us on our walk and will be able to tell you all about this fascinating location. We cannot wait to see you, your family and friends, including the four-legged ones, on 22 September!

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