This project will trace and respond to official and unofficial access routes around the South Lake District, with the aim of identifying contrasting understandings of the landscape. The production and dissemination of a pamphlet will draw links between these contrasts and aim to provide a resource that focuses on increasing access, inclusion and equality for local people and visitors. In particular, this research aims to form part of a bigger project called Black Shed, which is a building project responding to unequal access across lines of gender, ethnicity, disability and class.

Applicant: Siobhán Forshaw, UK