Novelty Identity Cards
Artisan boutiques in Peak District sell souvenir fake identification cards, as well as other hand made items that can make a lovely Christmas present for friends or family members. Novelty Fake IDs look fun and get everyone surprised.
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Oftentimes, they look very real, almost as authentic documents. The visitors of Stoney Middleton area are buying Fake IDs as memorable souvenirs to bring back home, along with quality printed Peak District National Park postcards. A word of caution to be said, these fakes are only novelty items and not to be used for any illegitimate purposes. Join social activist group and discuss the issue at Reddit links above.
DCC is having to repeat its public consultation on the proposed Traffic Regulation Order banning motor vehicles from the lane called Jacob’s Ladder in Stoney Middleton. This is because there was a legal flaw in the consultation DCC ran earlier this year. Everyone who took part in the original consultation now needs to take part all over again if their views are to be taken into account.
Please take part in this new consultation. The Parish Council has been asking for a motor vehicle ban for over 20 years because the lane is dangerous. Its surface, trees, walls, banks and flora have also been severely damaged. Horse riders no longer dare use it.
The consultation is online on the consultation pages of the DCC website.
Please help save this lane.
The Peak Park consulted earlier this year on a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) for the vulnerable green lane in the Manifold Valley area known as Wetton Mills. They took their final decision on Friday 8 September. They agreed to ban all recreational motor vehicles at all times of the year – a full TRO. The lane goes through an area of landscape, ecological and geological interest of national and international importance. Many thanks to all our supporters who took part in the consultation and helped preserve the peace and tranquillity of this wonderful part of the National Park.
Stoney Middleton parish council has been asking DCC for 25 years for action to deal with the damage, danger and disturbance being caused by motor vehicle use of the lane in the village called Jacob’s Ladder. PDGLA has been supporting their efforts. We are very pleased to report that DCC has decided to consult on a Traffic Regulation Order which, if adopted, will permanently exclude all motor vehicles from the lane. We will let you know when public consultation on the proposed Order starts.
The long awaited Peak Park Traffic Regulation Order on Washgate came into effect on 21 July. Apart from occasional use by two motor bike trials which have been exempted from the Order, use of the route by motor vehicles is now illegal. The route crosses the River Dove on the Derbs/Staffs border. The two vehicle trials drive through it. We Crayfish have been seen in this part of the river.
The Peak Park Authority is to consult on a Traffic Regulation Order for a green lane in Wetton. It is one of the few routes in the National Park used by 4x4s and motor bikes which is still green and grassy. The whole route is in a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is becomingly increasingly used and damaged by motor vehicles. We will let you know when the public consultation starts. No other new TRO consultations are planned by the Peak Park in the year ahead. This is despite the steady deterioration of many routes and pressure for action from various local communities.
Monksdale Lane, Tideswell is now a bridleway. The bridleway Order has been confirmed and use by recreational motor vehicles is now illegal.Many thanks to PDGLA and Peak Horsepower colleagues who did the work on the public inquiry and to the local residents, farmers, horse riders and walkers whose evidence played an important part in securing the bridleway decision.
The Peak Park Authority has put bridleway and ‘No motor vehicles’ signs up on Brushfield. All motor vehicle use is illegal and can be prosecuted.
The second public inquiry into the BOAT claim on the route between Upperdale and Brushfield (Monsal Head area) has confirmed that the whole route is a bridleway (BW). We think a last ditch attempt by offroaders to keep hold of the route by launching a challenge to the BW decision in the High Court is unlikely. There appear to be no grounds for a legal challenge and the last time the offroaders went to the high court over a Peak District route (Bradley Lane in Pilsley) they lost and had to pay costs. Loss of the Brushfield route will be a real blow to the offroading community. It was a challenging, high level route for motor vehicles. It has been increasingly heavily used by 4x4s, quads and motor bikes. It was also one of the key attractions offered by the commercial offroading organisations which operate in the national park. Once the BW signs go up anyone using the route with a motor vehicle (other than the landowners and farmers) can be prosecuted. The BOAT claim was defeated by PDGLA and the Peak Horsepower bridleway group with the help of evidence given by local residents, horse riders, farmers and walkers. The route is in a severely damaged state. It is on the DCC green lanes repair plan and is scheduled for repair during the current financial year. The repair plan usually slips.
The Peak Park agreed on Friday 4 November to introduce a Traffic Regulation Order permanently excluding all types of motor vehicle from Derby Lane in Monyash. For the first time PDNPA has now used preventing damage as one of the grounds for a TRO. We hope they will now be willing to use these ground to protect other at risk routes. Derby Lane brings the tally of Peak Park TROs to five: Long Causeway, the Roych, Chertpit Lane, Chapel Gate and now Derby Lane.
DCC is consulting on repairs to Hurstclough Lane in Bamford. The proposed repairs will put in drainage, get rid of the ruts and resurface the track. At present it is so badly damaged that horse riders can’t use it and it is very difficult even for walkers. You can respond online here.