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Countryside Access Scheme - Tramper Facility

Derbyshire County Council Countryside Service currently have 5 mobility trampers available for hire at 4 locations, these are Shipley Country Park (x2), Middleton Top, Elvaston Castle Country Park and Tapton Lock Visitor Centre.  


The tramper scheme is set to expand with the purchase of 5 more trampers by the end of February 2012. These will add Creswell Crags, Cromford Mills and High Peak Junction to the list of sites.

The scheme costs £15 per year, which gives unlimited use at any of the  sites. There is also an opportunity for a new user to assess if the scheme is for them, with one hour of free usage.

There is currently work on a twinning project with a similar scheme in Devon and Cornwall. This will allow registered user's from Derbyshire to use the Devon and Cornwall scheme and vice versa.

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