AN AUDIO archive recording the voices and memories of people who lived and worked on or visited the Peak District moors is now available to enjoy at two local towns.
The Moor Memories oral history project members have spent two years collecting stories of moorland life in the Peak District from residents, farmers, gamekeepers, ramblers and local history groups.
The material has been gathered together to create the Moor Memories archive. It can be viewed free at Derbyshire Record Office in Matlock and at Holmfirth Library and Information Centre. The archive consists of 40 hours, including 46 interviews.