TWO Yorkshire delegates could be flying out on a study trip to Poland in June if the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority gives the go-ahead.

The visit to the Ojcow National Park, in the former Eastern Bloc country, is seen as an ideal training opportunity by the park authority's chief executive, David Butterworth.

The landscape there is largely limestone and similar to England's Peak District. It is thought the trip could prove valuable as the delegates will find out how the Polish park is managed.

Authority members will meet on Monday to decide if it will be worth the £840 travel costs.