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Join us for this two hour walk around Stanton Moor and the Nine Ladies stone circle.

Stanton Moor was the home to Britain’s longest green protest, when eco-warriors camped there for ten years. Friends of the Peak District and other local groups were also part of the campaign to successfully stop the precious landscape being quarried.

Come along and also find out about another three stone circles in the area, Duke’s Drive and what the Canadian Land Army were doing there during World War One. Peak District National Park Authority ranger, Andrew Leadbetter and Friends of the Peak District trustee Anthea Rawlence will be on hand to guide the walk and answer questions.

Cost: £2.50 – all funds raised will go to Friends of the Peak District and the Greenaway Workshop in Matlock.

To book a place, contact Anthea Rawlence at or 01629 650480