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Snaptrip unveils car-free series to National Parks

Campaign for National Parks is delighted our corporate supporters Snaptrip has released a series on accessing the National Parks without a car.

“We must ensure momentum continues”

Corinne Pluchino of Campaign for National Parks reflects on the Glover review and the charity’s work at the forefront of National Park issues.

Boulby Cliffs in the North York Moors by Mike Kipling

We asked – What do YOU want from the Glover review?

Campaign for National Parks asked a number of National Park people what they're hoping from the publication of the Glover review of designated landscapes.

Rambler's Tom Stephenson leads MPs

#KeepOnRambling - Protecting our landscapes for the next generation

Ramblers' Oliver Hicks-Pattison reflects on the extraordinary achivement of the 1949 and urges you to #KeepOnRambling to protect landscapes for the future

Walk into adventure with Ramblers Walking Holidays

Walk into adventure

Walking holiday experts, Ramblers Walking Holidays, wants you to get out and get exploring the fantastic National Parks as part of our #SummerofAdventure.

Maxwell Ayamba speaks to Countryfile's Matt Baker

How do we make National Parks adventures inclusive for everyone?

Campaigner Maxwell Ayamba, says the National Parks are still not delivering benefits to everyone and more needs to be done to ensure that everyone can enjoy their own National Park adventure. #SummerofAdventure

What is a microadventure? Alastair Humphreys explains all

Alastair Humphreys: Microadventures

A microadventure is an adventure that is short, simple, local, cheap – yet still fun, exciting, challenging, refreshing and rewarding. Alastair Humphreys explains all for our #SummerofAdventure series

Photo credit: Aquapac

Stay dry, stay safe stay adventurous

Corporate partner Aquapac tell us why they love National Park adventures, though they love staying dry even more! #SummerofAdventure

(C) Craig Shaw

Are new non-statutory designations the way forward?

Helen Noble of Pennine Prospects tells us about how a new form of Park in the South Pennines could sit alongside traditional National Park designations.

Lord Blunkett

The spirit of Kinder must live on - Lord Blunkett

Lord David Blunkett, who is President of Sheffield and North Derbyshire Ramblers and former Home Secretary, argues that we must keep alive the flames of the National Parks movement.

Choking in ivy? Let's get serious about aesthetics

Writer Graham Cunningham says ivy is damaging the aesthetics of our countryside and calls for intervention.

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