Dovedale, Dove Holes

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stephenbaguley on September 17, 2009

dove holes isn't near Dove dale

pedrocut on September 17, 2009

Thank you for pointing out my mistake!

“Dovedale in Derbyshire and the Peak District, is owned by the National Trust and is farmed with many sheep on the rocky slopes and in the woods. It is little more than 3 miles distance between Thorpe to the south of the dale and Milldale in the north with the famous part being the wooded ravine between the stepping stones, a short distance from the car park at the front of Thorpe Cloud and the cave like Dove Holes. Dovedale's stepping stones appear on thousands of post cards and the area attracts a million visitors a year. Keep away on sunny weekend afternoons.”

See here…

I suggest you contact the above site and tell them they are talking bollocks.

keepclicking on June 3, 2012

Thats all very well; but what about the doves?

pedrocut on June 3, 2012

Maybe lovey dovey?

Regards Peter

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