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Iconic Store Stocks Tubular Fells

It is with great pride that Tubular Fells is to be stocked in the world famous map store, Stanfords in Longacre, Covent Garden, London.  As a customer of the store for years, both as an avid geographer with a keen interest in maps as well as a traveller seeking maps for trips abroad and in the UK, Peter Burgess was thrilled when the flagship store said they would stock the map. It is with great pride that Tubular Fells is to be stocked in the world famous map store, Stanfords in Longacre, London.  As a customer of the store for years, both as an avid geographer with a keen interest in maps as well as a traveller seeking maps for trips abroad and in the UK, Peter Burgess was thrilled when the flagship store said they would stock the map.

Peter Burgess is seen below with author, photojournalist and lecturer, Kev Reynolds after a slide show evening at Stanfords:

Peter said,

I was thrilled when I found out Stanfords would stock the map.  Since living in London, and with a keen interest in all things geography, I visit the store regularly to browse the shelves and to seek out specific resources for walks and treks like my ascents in the European Alps and Moroccan High Atlas.  I have even visited the store after closing hours to follow their ongoing programme of evening lectures and presentations.  To have Tubular Fells stocked in this iconic store, is to fulfil a geographer's dream!"

A great idea, what an original way to present the fells. 
Bill Birkett, Climber, photographer and author

>£10,000 - THANKS!

Since April 2011 'Tubular Fells' has now raised just over £10000! >£10000 raised for Fix the FellsThis is an astounding figure and thanks to everyone who has shown their support by buying the map.  This figure is enough to produce over 100 metres of stone pitched path.  Many thanks to everyone who's purchased the map so far from as far afield as Leeds, London, Canada, Massachusetts, New Zealand and Hawaii!
  • £10-one metre of revegetation alongside a path
  • £25-one tonne of stone moved to site
  • £50-one 25kg bag of special upland grass seed
  • £100-one metre of stone pitched path
  • £250-one stone lined path cross drain
  • £600-one hour of helicopter flying time to move stone