Eyam Hall and Craft Centre: 12:00-16:00 Saturday February 4th
Photographers everywhere flock to the Peak District to take advantage of the beautiful scenery which covers the vast uplands at the most Southerly point of the Pennines.
The district stretches from the Midlands rights across the North West of England and over in to Yorkshire. It's an area of diverse extremes, where moorland meets stone-age and several different worlds collide.
The Peak District National Park became the first to receive the status in the UK in 1951 and attracts millions of visitors each year.
Taking part in the Eyam Hall 'Through a Lense photography walk' leaders will take you to some fantastic Peak District locations so you can get that perfect shot.
Be inspired by the beautiful Derbyshire scenery, and share ideas and tips with other passionate photographers.
The event is organised by the National Trust, booking is essential.
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