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Leek coloured hawkweed in the Peak District

Autumn 2017 - News from Around the Parks

Read updates from the National Parks this autumn

Dark skies in the Brecon Beacons National Park

We must ensure leaving the EU doesn’t put our National Parks at risk

Nearly 18 months on from the EU referendum there is still huge uncertainty about what Brexit will mean for so many areas of our lives, Campaign for National Parks' Ruth Bradshaw takes a look at the situation.

Arundel Castle, South Downs National Park

Arundel and the South Downs National Park deserve better

Planning and Policy Officer for the South Downs Society, Steve Ankers and CNP's Fiona Howie have their say on the proposals for an Arundel bypass in the South Downs National Park. 

Coniston Primary School litter pickers

Fell Care Days - a force for good

Ruth Kirk, Fell Care Days officer, looks at the amazing and exciting work of the Fell Care Days' volunteers. A project that was shortlisted in the 2017 Park Protector Award.

800 years of the Tree Charter

Hundreds of thousands of people are signing a new Charter for Trees, Woods and People, celebrating 800 years since the original Tree Charter, and pledging support for the future of the UK’s trees.

Invasive Signal crayfish

Tackling alien invaders under Exmoor’s dark skies

We hear from Jackie Kiberd of the River Barle Signal Crayfish project, a shortlisted project in the 2017 Park Protector Award.

Community Science project

Peak District project wins Park Protector 2017

The winner of the 2017 Park Protector Award is finally announced! A project training volunteers to track the changes of climate change in the Peak District National Park has won the prestigious Park Protector Award.

Run and raise for Campaign for National Parks

We are excited to announce we have three places for the Big Half, the perfect warm up for the London Marathon.

Campaign for National Parks raises significant concerns about proposals for the Welsh National Parks

Campaign for National Parks has responded to Welsh Government proposals which could have significant implications for National Parks.

North York Moors National Park

Fracking remains a serious threat to National Parks in England

Campaign for National Parks wants the Westminster Government to reflect on the strides forward made by the Scottish Government to ensure fracking will not threaten the future of National Parks.

Danbydale North York Moors National Park

Putting natural beauty at the heart of our future environment?

Fiona Howie argues that beauty needs to be at the forefront of the Government’s environmental agenda.

Technological answers to the challenges of conservation in National Parks

Becky Falkingham, ecologist at the National Trust, reflects on recent work in the Lake District and takes a look at the need for technological solutions to the many challenges facing the work of conservationists in National Parks.

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