The children enjoyed an interactive guided walk led by Rose Clarke, Area ranger for the Peak Park. Looking at a range of special qualities which make the Peak District National Park a unique National Park.
Biodiversity – wildflowers and minibeasts/microhabitats
Distinctive character of the White Peak area of the National Park – comparing the village environment with the urban environment
Landscape features e.g. hay meadow, dry stone walls, field barns, geology
Outdoor recreation and access – consider what, why and impact on the local environment.
The children and staff were blessed with a glorious sunny day (unlike the last time Lowfield visited!) and they enjoyed a picnic lunch giving them all time to chat.
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