Blog

We love National Parks and think they are amazing places. But we also think they should be the best they can possibly be for the future. Our blog is a space for people to share their views on issues affecting National Parks in England and Wales.

If you would like to contribute a piece, please contact info@cnp.org.uk

Please note, the opinions expressed in all our blogs are of the author, and not endorsed by Campaign for National Parks. We are hosting blogs on a variety of subjects to provoke thought and discussion about National Parks.

Improving access to green spaces

Jayne Fishwick from Mountain Trike explains how the all terrain wheelchair company is helping with access to the great outdoors as it adds new product to it’s wheelchair range

5 Bucket-list Walks in the Peak District

Lukas Saville from travel company 10Adventures tells us his 5 bucket-list walks in the Peak District 

Mindfulness in the Mountains

Ann-Louise Maidlow of Ramblers Walking Holidays, shares with us details of their Mindfulness in the Mountains programme

Step into Spring in the Lake District

Corporate supporters Lakelovers shares their love for spring time in the Lake District and the fun to be had!

Celebrating the starry skies of National Parks

CPRE's Emma Marrington tells us all about their star count! 

Spending winter in the UK’s National Parks

Holidaycottages share their tips for enjoying the great outdoors during the colder months

Anjana Khatwa

What’s it like to be Brown in a White Landscape?

BAME people are still made to feel unwelcome in the countryside says Dr Anjana Khatwa

Snowdon: Wilson's view

Art historian Peter Bishop provides a guide to the art inspired by Snowdon over three centuries

Evergreen adventures to be had in our National Parks

Corporate supporter, Original Cottages, share their love for getting out into the National Parks and why you should get outside and get exploring.

Landscapes Review: The view from the National Parks

Carl Lis, chair of National Parks England, speaks to Campaign for National Parks 2019 conference,  eflecting on the importance of the review of designated landscapes.

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