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spectacular sundew by Jonathan Bliss

All we are saying is give peat a chance…

Formed over thousands of years, it has taken just six decades to devastate Yorkshire's peatlands. Lyndon Marquis of the Yorkshire Peat Partnership writes about their vital work to give peat a chance. 

Caroline Lucas: Government will resist the radical change we need

Caroline Lucas: Government will resist the radical change we need

Green MP says Government inaction is holding back the National Parks. To see the radical change we need we must honour the spirit of the original campaign to set up the National Parks over 70 years ago. 

Lord Gardiner of Kimble

National Parks Minister: people power is making a difference to the National Parks

Lord Gardiner of Kimble, the government minister with responsibility for National Parks, urges applications to the 2019 Park Protector Award and Year of Green Action Awards.

Opening up Emsworthy Mire

Andrew Taylor of the Devon Wildlife Trust talks about the Dartmoor project and winner of the 2018 Park Protector Award.

Gabby Logan and family

Ready to switch off and reconnect?

Join Columbia Sportswear and the UK’s National Parks to #SwitchOffandReconnect with family, friends - and the great outdoors. Catherine Drury of Columbia Sportswear has more.

James Blake CEO of the YHA

National Parks are a part of the YHA history and future.

James Blake, CEO of the YHA tells us why they’re joining in the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of National Parks and the campaign for their future.

South Downs by Richard Reed

The long road to the 1949 Act

Campaign for National Parks trustee, Anne Robinson shares the story of the campaigns and politics that brought the National Parks into existence.

Corinne Pluchino

Get to know our new CEO

Corinne is the new chief executive of Campaign for National Parks. With her experience in the charitable and private sector, and her passion for the outdoors, Corinne is looking forward to bringing these together to lead the organisation.

Ordnance Survey poster celebrates 70 years of National Parks

Our friends at Ordnance Survey get creative when joining in the 70th anniversary celebrations. Perfect for Discover National Parks fortnight. Reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey.

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…

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!

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