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Where is the Lake District?


When was it declared a national park?

North-West England


1951

What is the lake district famous for?

1) dramatic scenery




2) wildlife




3) outdoor activities




4) cultural traditions

Why is this rural area under threat?

1) Commercial tourist development



2) Excessive visitor #s




3) M6 motorway construction meant visitor access from major cities, meaning that management was urgent









How long did the planning take?



60 years

How many people visit the park a year?

15 million!

What part of the District is preserved well?

It traditional agriculture




Villages are built from local stone




Recreational opportunities & cultural traditions remain