Lake District- Honeypot Site

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What is the definition of a Honetpot Site
A place of attractive scenery or Historic interest which attracts tourists in large numbers
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What is a National Park
An area set aside for the protection of its scenery, vegetation and wildlife, so that it may be enjoyed by people living and working there at present, by visitors and future generations
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How many residents live in the Lake District
42,000 residents
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Name three Natural attractions in the Lake District
More than 14 lakes(including the deepest lakes in England e.g. Lanke Windermere), Wide range of eco systems, coastal sane dunes and salt marshes, site of Special Scientific Interest and Highest peaks in England
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Name three Human attractions in the Lake District
Outdoor acitivities such as climbing, cycling, sailing. Walking- there are many footpaths and bridleways, local crafts and foods and dry stone walls.
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What is a National Park

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An area set aside for the protection of its scenery, vegetation and wildlife, so that it may be enjoyed by people living and working there at present, by visitors and future generations

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How many residents live in the Lake District

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Name three Natural attractions in the Lake District

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Name three Human attractions in the Lake District

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R.Perkins

Small place! Be more specific! LOL :D

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