Coming Up

Club run
Sportsman
Wed 23rd May
6:30pm
Other runs
Trunce 4
Today
6:45pm
Totley Moor
Tomorrow
7:30pm
West Nab Juniors
Sat 26th May
12:30pm

Tweets

Dark Peak Fell Runners
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28m • 21/05/2018 • 11:30

Dark Peak Fell Runners
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29m • 21/05/2018 • 11:29

Jim McQuaid
@jimmcquaid
3h • 21/05/2018 • 8:54

Dark Peak Fell Runners
@dpfellrunners
17h • 20/05/2018 • 18:49

Dominic Watts
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1d • 20/05/2018 • 10:09

Dark Peak Fell Runners
@dpfellrunners
1d • 20/05/2018 • 9:55

Anna Hoogkamer
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1d • 20/05/2018 • 9:39

Anna Hoogkamer
@hoog94
1d • 20/05/2018 • 9:35

Dark Peak Fell Runners
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1d • 20/05/2018 • 9:27

Dark Peak Fell Runners
@dpfellrunners
1d • 20/05/2018 • 9:26

Dark Peak Fell Runners
@dpfellrunners
1d • 20/05/2018 • 9:25

Dark Peak Fell Runners
@dpfellrunners
1d • 19/05/2018 • 19:38

Dark Peak Fell Runners
@dpfellrunners
1d • 19/05/2018 • 19:34

Gareth Briggs
@gazzbb
1d • 19/05/2018 • 19:18

Dark Peak Fell Runners
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1d • 19/05/2018 • 19:07

Dark Peak Fell Runners
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2d • 18/05/2018 • 22:27

Fell Running Briefs
@Fellrunninbrief
2d • 18/05/2018 • 19:51

Gareth Briggs
@gazzbb
2d • 18/05/2018 • 19:46

Fell Running Briefs
@Fellrunninbrief
2d • 18/05/2018 • 19:36

Gareth Briggs
@gazzbb
2d • 18/05/2018 • 16:12

sally fawcett
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7d • 14/05/2018 • 8:52

From the Photos page

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English Nature need your help

English Nature (now known as Natural England) have asked for our help with identifying where Ravens and Hen Harriers are trying to nest this spring. Ravens have nested successfully in Millstone quarry for the last few years, but another nest in Ladybower quarry was destroyed last year. There were two Hen Harrier nests in the area where the Club Champs was held last November.

Both these bird species have suffered a lot of persecution in this area and any early sightings are important so that nest sites can be guarded. Last year a 24 hour watch was set up in Derwent. This didn’t affect our running in any way – access is only restricted for a few yards around each nest.

A group called Peak Nest Watch is being set up (details to follow), in the meantime contact Bob Berzins with any sightings.