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Working with groups and organisations in Chapel-en-le-Frith and with the Parish Council, Labour led High Peak Borough Council has commissioned leaflets detailing walking routes, and the points of interest along them.

Councillor Damien Greenhalgh, lead councillor for Regeneration, Tourism and Leisure, said: “Chapel has a history and character all of its own, from its market place and parks, to the stunning the Peak District landscape which surrounds the town.

“We’re delighted to have been part of the teams that have developed them and thrilled to now be able to share them with everyone.”

Councillor Greenhalgh said: “Being able to spend time outdoors in our local area is something we continue to be able to do in a safe way and walking is a great way of staying active. The walks in these leaflets might just open your eyes to hidden a gem on your doorstep that you hadn’t realised was there.

“I’d encourage everyone to take a look at the walks and consider trying a new route next time you’re planning to blow away the cobwebs, take your daily exercise, or just going to the shops.”

The leaflets are available at key locations and shops in Chapel-en-le-Frith or you can download them from these websites:

High Peak Labour Party


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