How Mosaic works

We’ve produced a set of papers about involving new audiences with National Parks. They detail what we’ve learnt from ten years of running Mosaic projects in National Parks in England and Wales.

Quick guide to running events with young people in National Parks: Aimed at staff working in National Parks, this quick guide gives tips on running events with young people from recruiting young people to use National Parks to evaluating events.

Youth Engagement in the National Parks: A Paper by Mosaic Champion; Adam Philip-Phillips (April 2015). He wrote this report as part of his social leadership course. Adam says, ‘I wanted to do my report on something that I feel a close connection with and I wanted to help spread awareness within the National Parks that Young people are wanting to do their bit to help whether it be volunteering, positive engagement, introducing other young people or writing reports’ 

Final evaluation of Mosaic youth project, Executive Summary (February 2016). For the full report please contact us on

Final evaluation summary of Mosaic in Wales (March 2015)

Mid-term evaluation summary of Mosaic in Wales (January 2014)

Champion Recruitment and Retention

Building Connections

Barriers to Access

Organisational Change

Executive Summary of the Final Evaluation of Mosaic BME project

The Mosaic Model (June 2012)

The Mosaic Model (updated version – March 2015)

Mosaic Value to Partner Organisations