Legends in Kent

Some of the legends associated with places in Kent.

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Kinder Trespass

2015 was the 83th anniversary of what has been called as the most crucial event in the century-long battle...
Fin Cop Hillfort

The unruffled peace and quiet of a former Peak District hillfort site has been shaken by archaeologists...
Hulley

A brief history of Hulley's of Baslow by David Harrison, a local bus driver for over 35 years...
Prehistory of the Peak

Early Man seems to have found much to his liking in the hills and dales of the Peak District....
Chatsworth and The Devonshires

Many visitors, especially those from overseas, are often bemused to find that the family seat of the...
Legends

A selection of legends from Kent....
The Peak District

Just over 60 years ago, the post-war UK Government voted to protect the country’s most cherished landscapes...
Bakewell pudding - the delicious pudding whose origins are...?

The origin and recipe for the delicious Bakewell pudding (no, not the one with the cherry on top a la...
Peakland Traditions

Let's Stay Peak District casts its eye over some of the unique traditions and customs forged in the...
Monuments in the Peak District

The Peak District is home to around 450 protected monuments and stone circles. Some are pre-historic...
Myths and Legends of the Peak

Myths and legends in the Peak District are as common as the frequent mists which descend on its hills...
Bakewell Pudding - the truth behind the myth

This is the story of the Bakewell Pudding, told by surviving family member Paul Hudson - the great-great...
Highwaymen of the Peak

The Peak District today is a beautiful and very safe part of the world, but it hasn’t always been the...
Well Dressing video

2011 Well Dressing video in full HD. Over four minutes of insight into this unique Peak District custom...