I'm an administrator on the 'Walking Around The Peak District' Facebook page. One of my duties is to approve new members joining the group. I recently reviewed the membership list since it had passed three hundred names and something that I noticed is that a few people seem to have surnames which are very relevant to the Peak District
ALLSOP: There's a place called Alsop-en-le-Dale near Ashbourne - I haven't been there yet.
BAKEWELL: The capital of the Peak District...well at least the headquarters of the Peak District National Park Authority are located here. A beautiful little town; also the home of the Bakewell Pudding and the Bakewell Tart.
BENTLEY: There's a location near to Matlock called Bentley Bridge - it's where I get off the bus when I visit Lumsdale.
BOOTH: A word that's part of several placenames in the Vale of Edale; Nether Booth, Ollberbrook Booth, Grindsbrook Booth, Barber Booth, and Upper Booth.
BROWN: Brown Knoll is near to Kinder Scout.
HOPE: A village in the Peak District and the name of the valley where it's located. Easily reached by bus from Sheffield.
KINDER: Kinder Scout is the highest point in the Peak District - it's also a rare surname in England.
ROWLAND - A hamlet near Bakewell.
SHELDON: Another village near Bakewell - Magpie Mine is nearby.
WHITE: A very common name; the limestone country of the Peak District is known as the 'White Peak' and there's also a 'White Edge' to the north of Baslow.