A great blog piece from Anne on the 2013 walk http://annegoodwin.weebly.com/1/post/2013/10/how-the-elephant-god-got-his-head-and-anne-did-some-alfresco-storytelling.html
Photos from 2013 Ganesha Walk
Photos from 2012 Ganesha Walk
Heritage and culture walks in the Peak District National Park are organised by the Hindu Samaj. In 2012, Chamu Kuppuswamy, volunteer ranger with the Peak District National Park led a Ganesha themed walk in the National Park – a route along the river starting from Grindleford station and ending at Hathersage train station. To go on the 2013 Ganesha walk, see
Saturday 31st August, 2013 (page 17 pf the above e-booklet) THE NEW DATE IS THE 21ST OF SEPTEMBER 2013
Elephant in the Park! A Ganesha Story Telling Walk
5 miles exploring Hindu stories from the mists of time, about the elephant-God Ganesha, to mark the festival of
Ganesh Chaturthi. Chosen for their ‘green themes’, these stories use the features ofthe National Park and its
landscape to bring them alive. On paths and tracks with some ascents. Meet Grindleford Railway Station (GR: SK250788) (PC: S32 2JA). Start 10am, finish 3pm. Park on station approach road. Please bring £1.70 for return rail fare.
Booking not required.
If you have a query or would like to let us know your interest in the Ganesha walk, please contact us using the form below. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED for the walk though, you can just turn up on the day- 21st of September 2013.