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Explore the meaning of trees in the Peak District

Explore the meaning of trees in the Peak District

Contemplate, be curious and have conversations about ‘The Meaning of Trees’ in a temporary woodland exhibition by artist Sarah Cook.

Mountain hare in the Peak District. Photo credit: moors for the future

The march hare

England and Wales’ National Parks are home to two types of hare and early spring is the best time to see them. Campaign for National Parks’ Andrew Hall has more on this charismatic wildlife…

Lapwing in the Yorkshire Dales

Charities join forces to urge Council to refuse development of Yorkshire wetlands

Friends of the Dales and Campaign for National Parks are both opposed to a planning application for development of the Hellifield Flashes - just outside the Yorkshire Dales National Park

Peter Bishop explains the history of artwork inspired in Snowdonia

Snowdon from Capel Curig: a classical viewpoint

Peter Bishop continues his popular series looking at the art past and present, inspired by the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. This time one of the finest views in Britain!

Opening up the outdoors for all

Standard format wheelchairs are almost impossible to use on the majority of woodland and country paths. Our friends at Mountain Trike tell us about their passion for opening up the National Parks for wheelchair users.

Doone country by John Starkey

The real Badgworthy: 150 years of Lorna Doone

In Lorna Doone, RD Blackmore set his isolated and lonely Doone village in a hidden valley high on the moor. Here archaeology and romantic fiction meet face to face. Celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lorna Doone!

Beautiful Brecon Beacons by Adam Tatton-Reid

10 facts you won't believe about National Parks

Campaign for National Parks brings you 10 facts about National Parks you won't believe*

*unless you're already a National Park know-it-all

Tony Hockley by Sally Fear

A common cause: protecting the New Forest

Tony Hockley, chair of the New Forest Commoners Defence Association tells us how he believes commoning has been central to the New Forest's extraordinary mosaic landscape.

Corinne Pluchino

Corinne Pluchino announced as new chief executive of Campaign for National Parks

Corinne Pluchino has been announced as the new chief executive of the only national charity dedicated to protecting and improving the National Parks of England and Wales.

OutdoorLads is working to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of gay, bisexual and trans men through outdoor pursuits in the UK

Pride outside: changing perceptions of adventure

OutdoorLads are a gay, bisexual and trans men’s outdoor recreation group, encouraging its’ members to experience the benefits of the great outdoors in the UK’s National Parks and beyond.

Fforest Fawr Geopark, Brecon Beacons

A (Geo)Park within a Park

Carved by ice and shaped by man. Fforest Fawr is the first Geopark in Wales and the one of 140 in the world! Alan Bowring and Clarissa Price share with us these incredible and evocative landscapes in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Check out the winners of our 70th anniversary competition

Winner revealed in breath-taking photo competition to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of National Parks

The UK National Parks and Campaign for National Parks are delighted to announce the winner, runners up and shortlist for our joint photography competition to celebrate the 70th anniversary of National Parks in the UK.

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