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Peak District (May 2004)  
Posted by Richard on Saturday 10th July 2004 at 12:17 AM

To celebrate our 40th birthdays, the Judd School Old Boys Class of '82 (well ... Peter, Trevor, Steve, Jeff and Richard), plus families, hit the Peak District for an action-packed week! Read on ...






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Posted by Katharine on Friday 24th September 2004 at 11:40 AM

I meant from *my* school.
I.T. is still boring.



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Posted by Katharine (from School) on Friday 24th September 2004 at 11:36 AM

Hi! I've just found your site on the school internet. It's really good! I like the photos from our holiday.

I'm supposed to be doing I.T. at the moment, but this is much more interesting. Hope to see you soon!


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Hopton House and Carsington Water   
Posted by Richard on Saturday 10th July 2004 at 12:17 AM

Our base was Hopton House in Hopton overlooking Carsington Water - highly recommended! The full compliment (including Jeff's mum) made it for the first day, and the 'stroll' down to the Visitor Centre on the lake. Unfortunately, for the sake of the National Health Service, Jeff et famille had to head straight back home. Click here to view this Page



Junior Team Members   
Posted by Richard on Saturday 10th July 2004 at 12:17 AM

Despite no PlayStation even the kids had fun - for some of the time at least! Here they are in ascending order ... Click here to view this Page



Harboro' Rocks and Brassington   
Posted by Richard on Saturday 10th July 2004 at 12:17 AM

The cycle ride up the hill above Hopton was a killer, but scrambling on Harboro' Rocks was great fun. Click here to view this Page



Crich Tramway Village   
Posted by Richard on Saturday 10th July 2004 at 12:17 AM

Crich Tramway Village was more fun than some of us imagined: superbly restored trams ... lead mining display ... woodland walk and sculpture trail. Certainly worth the visit! Click here to view this Page



The High Peak Trail   
Posted by Richard on Saturday 10th July 2004 at 12:17 AM

Following the departure of Steve et famille, the rest of the team took to their bikes for a 27 mile trip on the High Peak Trail - from Middleton Top to Hurdlow and back. Brilliant! All the illusion of cycling up-hill and down-dale without the ups and downs! (The High Peak trail follows the path of a dismantled railway through cuttings and over embankments with barely a slope in sight). Click here to view this Page



The Devil's Arse and the Nine Ladies   
Posted by Richard on Saturday 10th July 2004 at 12:17 AM

Our only venture into the Dark Peaks took us to Castleton and the Peak Cavern (or the Devil's Arse). The return trip included a stop off in Bakewell - trust Trevor to end up with the biggest tart money can buy! And finally a rain-affected walk to the Nine Ladies near Stanton in Peak - tricky to find, but worth the effort. Click here to view this Page



Dove Dale   
Posted by Richard on Saturday 10th July 2004 at 12:17 AM

Our last day was spent in Dove Dale - quite beautiful! The 'short cut' back to the car park was interesting ... the map definitley showed a dotted green line, albeit intersected by quite a number of closely-packed brown ones - I suppose the route map for the North Face of the Eiger must look quite similar! Click here to view this Page


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