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Fracking in National Parks: Our position

"We do not suport the use of fracking in or under National Parks, given the potentially significant environmental impacts.

Party Manifestos: Welcome recognition of National Parks but more details required

Commitments in party manifestos to protect National Parks as well as providing more public transport into our treasured landcapes have been welcomed by the Campaign for National Parks.

Young Champions Yorkshire Dales

Mosaic Champions annual event: National Parks need to be more accessible for young people

Young volunteers with National Parks have spoken about the importance of them being more accessible to people of their own age (16-25) during their annual weekend event

We're recruiting: Mosaic Project Officer for Exmoor

Are you passionate about the outdoors and National Parks? Want to get more young people involved on Exmoor? Read about our new job opportunity.

Campaign for National Parks new Chief Executive pledges to stop cuts from damaging our treasured protected landscapes

National Park Authorities in England should be given greater long-term financial security to enable them to conserve and enhance our most precious landscapes, according to our new Chief Executive Fiona Howie.

Stop the Cuts to National Park Authority budgets: Putting pressure on our prospective MPs in run-up to the election

We've been challenging MPs and peers since last September - through our Manifesto - to ensure that National Parks remain beautiful and inspirational places that makes a significant contribution to our economy.

Basma Brecon Beacons Mosaic Champion

Community Champion's account of Mosaic

‘I feel like I belong in the Brecon Beacons - it’s just like home to me’ Basma Ihbasheh gave a brilliant account of being a Community Champion at the final celebration event for Brecon Beacons Champions in February.

Champions on Broadhaven Beach

Mosaic Wales Evaluation

68 Champions, 2,200 new visitors to National Parks in Wales. Read the results of the Mosaic Wales' external evaluation.

Public Inquiry needed to determine controversial North York Moors potash mine plan

The Campaign for National Parks has called for a public inquiry to examine plans to develop the world's largest potash mine in the North York Moors.

Ten Impacts of the Government cuts on National Parks

We look at ten areas where the budget cuts are having impacts on our National Parks

Kestrel Ollie Barnett

Photo Safari on Exmoor!

A Photograhic Safari day out was held on the 1 February with four young champion photographers. With a landrover...

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