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Ride Sheffield volunteers

The cyclists giving back to National Parks

Simon Bowns of Ride Sheffield and the Peak District Mountain Bike Advocacy Group explains the groups’ work to improve access in the National Park #NationalParksforall

DalesBus at Kettlewell, Yorkshire Dales

Britain’s most scenic bus journeys

Paul Kirby, founder of ‘Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Routes’, on why he believes buses are the best way to enjoy the scenery of National Parks. #NationalParksforall

Bus at Bus Stop

We need to re-regulate bus services in National Parks

The UK needs to massively up its game when it comes to delivering rural bus services argues Lynn Sloman of Transport for Quality for Life as part of our #NationalParksforall series.

Is it time to start talking about traffic free National Parks again?

There are exciting opportunities for traffic-free National Parks says Alistair Kirkbride, executive director of Carplus as part of our #NationalParksforall series

Bus Driving

It’s time to make sure everyone can visit our National Parks

Ruth Bradshaw, the author of our new report National Parks for all: Making car free travel easier, explains our call for improved sustainable travel options. #NationalParksforall

The Rt Revd Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, Bishop of Ripon

The wheels on the bus of social justice

As part of our #NationalParksforall series the Rt Revd Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, Bishop of Ripon, explains why access is an issue of social justice.

Driver steering

Next stop...National Parks

The first in our #NationalParksforall series, Campaign for National Parks says: let's make sure National Parks are really for everyone, a piecemeal public transport network is not good enough. 

Tim Farron MP

Tim Farron - We need to take action on housing to protect our communities

The MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale and Liberal Democrat spokesperson for the environment, food and rural affairs, on why second homes threaten the right to live in a viable community.

Fiona Howie, chief executive of Campaign for National Parks

No Threat of 'Zippermere'...for now

Fiona Howie, chief executive of Campaign for National Parks, shares a note of caution over shelved zip wire plans in the Lake District.

Cairngorns by Anna Fleming

More National Parks for Scotland?

John Mayhew, project manager of the Scottish National Parks Strategy Project, provides an update on the fight to designate more beautiful Scottish spaces as National Parks.

 

Northumberland National Park

Right thoughts, right words, right action? - Landscape in the 25 Year Environment Plan

CPRE's David Walsh looks at what the 25 Year Environment Plan means for designated landscapes and what needs to happen next.

Carl Lis of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

Second homes threaten the vibrancy of the Yorkshire Dales

The growth in second home ownership has hollowed out communities says Carl Lis, Chairman of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.

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