Love the South Pennines

is our Visitor Giving scheme. Visitor Giving schemes (also known as Visit, Give, Protect schemes) are a way of collecting voluntary donations from residents and visitors and using them to support projects that enhance, improve and protect special landscapes for future generations. In the South Pennines, these projects include improvements to signage, footpath repair, tree planting and protection of wildlife habitats.

Love the South Pennines is being delivered by Rebecca Yorke, South Pennines Project Officer at Pennine Prospects and is currently in its pilot phase. For more information, please email rebecca.yorke@pennineprospects.co.uk.

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Love the South Pennines – what’s that all about?

The South Pennines is a special landscape. It is valued by its inhabitants and its visitors. The people who live, work and visit here enjoy walking, riding or cycling across […]

Angela with the South Pennines map.

Our South Pennines Champions!

Love the South Pennines is supported by a range of businesses across the area.  These people are our South Pennines Champions!  Here are a few snippets of information about them, but why […]

Meadow carpet (Photo: Sandie Nicholson)

Love the South Pennines Projects

One of the things that makes the South Pennines special is the commitment and spirit of our many voluntary groups. These people give their time freely and work together to make things […]