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News from around the Parks

News from Around the Parks Spring 2014 publication

The latest edition of News from around the Parks is available to download.

Proposals for Government Action on the Outdoors

Outdoor Organisations call on MPs and peers to 'champion outdoor recreation' for the good of the nation

Ten leading outdoor organisations are joining together in Westminster today (11 June) to urge parliamentarians to factor the benefits of outdoor recreation into their manifestos and policies ahead of the next general election.

Park Protector Awards 2014 launched

New funding for conservation projects in National Parks

Environmental campaigners, conservationists and heritage lovers could secure vital funding and recognition for their work by entering this year’s Park Protector Awards, supported by HF Holidays and Ramblers Holidays Charitable Trust.

We have moved!

The Campaign for National Parks has moved offices. You can now find us at:

The Campaign for National Parks
5-11 Lavington Street
London
SE1 0NZ
Tel: 020 7981 0890 / Fax: 0207 803 0525

News from Around the Parks Autumn 2013

News from Around the Parks Autumn 2013 publication

The latest edition of News from Around the Parks is available to download.

Northumberland launch Young Champions archery Aug 13 P Villiers Stuart

Local businesses and young urban volunteers help people discover their adventurous side in Northumberland

Hundreds of people discovered their adventurous side at the National Park’s Walltown picnic site near Greenhead  on Hadrian’s Wall last weekend as National Parks Week celebrations got under way. 

Campaign for National Parks

CNP Cymru launched

At the end of June we met with partners in Cardiff for the inaugural meeting of our new committee – CNP Cymru - to steer the Campaign for National Parks’ strategy in Wales. 

2013 Park Protector Award winner, Woollenlines (Mark Fisher)

Park Protector Award winner announced today

Judges of the Campaign for National Parks’ Park Protector Award have chosen the Woollenline project as the winner of its prestigious award and accompanying £2000 bursary. 

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