Park Protector Award
Our Park Protector Award recognises rewards and celebrates an exceptional project or individual that has made a lasting contribution to the protection, restoration or conservation of the glorious National Parks of England and Wales.
Entries for the 2013 award have closed, read about the nominations here and the winning project here.
The Park Protector Award is sponsored by HF Holidays.
“We recognise our role in promoting responsible tourism and are committed to protecting and preserving the areas where our guests walk. That’s why we were delighted to give our support to the Park Protector Award and contribute to safeguarding the inspiring landscapes that are so popular with our guests and members.” Vladi Harris HF Holidays.
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Previous award winner
“It is fantastic to get this award and reinforces our commitment to continuing to look for opportunities to support rural communities and the local economy in and around Northumberland National Park.” Derek Proudlock, Northumberland National Park.
The previous winner of the £2,000 bursary was Northumberland National Park’s outstanding project, Traditional Boundaries, Traditional Skills.
The project stood out because it skilfully combined conservation with job creation, restoring the fragile landscape and creating a legacy of employable traditional skills in the rural north east. The five year project was a tremendous success, with 80% of trainees now in employment. The Award bursary is being used to extend the project so that more young people can benefit through work placements.