Zip wires, recreational 4x4s and motorbikes, gondolas or poorly considered path surfaces are all symptoms of a wider problem. We now find the Lake District National Park being ridiculed in the press and enough was enough. It is time for action.
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An alliance for everyone who wants to protect our historic green lanes and their use for farming access and quiet, non-motorised recreation. We are campaigning for Traffic Regulation Orders to put an end to the use of fell tracks by recreational 4x4s and motorbikes.
We must stand, not just for Grasmere but for all our lakes and spaces, we cannot allow another application of this nature to ever be submitted, this is our nations park, a free space for all to enjoy and we must protect it with every ounce we have in us.
NoGo Gondola came about to challenge proposals for the excessive commercial development around Whinlatter as set out in the Draft Local Plan for the North Distinctive Area by the Lake District National Park, the Forestry Commission and its business partners
The LDNPA’s £7.9M project to restore the Keswick to Threlkeld footpath after damage by storm Desmond in 2015 should be a cause for universal celebration, but the LDNPA has angered the local community and many visitors with a controversial plan to cover the rural river gorge path in black tarmac.