Tomorrow the Peak District turns 70 marking seven decades of one of the UK’s best and most treasured national parks.
As life returns to normal and people are no longer required to stay at home, the Peak District has seen the return of tourists over the last few weeks.
Looking forward to the summer and return of tourists, Mark Fletcher commented:
“As we come out of the national lockdown and begin to look forward to the summer people will no doubt come back to enjoy the beauty of the Peak District.
We’re so lucky in Bolsover to have one of the UK’s best national parks right on our doorstep.
Over the past 12 months or more we have seen how important our outdoor spaces are for our mental wellbeing and physical health.
There is so much tourism potential in our region, with other brilliant attractions right throughout Bolsover such as Bolsover Castle, Creswell Crags and Hardwick Hall to name just a few.
I look forward to residents being able to get back to enjoying these fantastic venues throughout the summer.”
For decades people have been escaping to the green open vistas of the Peak District, enjoying the many attractions that the Peaks have to offer.
Bolsover has an abundance of tourism attractions, bringing people in from far and wide every year.
If you would like to find out more about the Peak District turning 70, as well as where you might be able to visit next, you can do so here: https://www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/
Photo credit: Peak District National Park