National Park news

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Family moment in Pembrokeshire wins photography competition.

Check out the winner and runners up of our fantastic Hidden Treasures photo competition.

25 Year Environment Plan could deliver benefits to National Parks

We welcome commitments to strong environmental protections and improved access to National Parks. However we are calling for legislative action in response to the 25 Year Environment Plan.

Join our hidden treasures photo competition

We invite you to share your #hiddentreasures in our January photo competition.

Campaign for National Parks hopeful over proposals for future of environmental payments

Campaign for National Parks is hopeful that today’s announcement from the Secretary of State for the Environment, Michael Gove, that future payments of public money to farmers, will incentivise environmentally friendly practices and usher in positive enhancements for National Parks in England.

Join us to oppose zip wire proposals

Caroline Quentin, Campaign for National Parks, Friends of the Lake District and others are concerned about threats to the tranquillity and beauty of Thirlmere in the Lake District.

Give a special Christmas gift

Actress and president of Campaign for National Parks, Caroline Quentin explains why we need your help to keep fighting for National Parks.

Mining company refuses to take National Parks seriously

Campaign for National Parks is very concerned about proposed amendments to the planning application for the potash mine in the North York Moors National Park.

Support the DalesBus!

Campaign for National Parks is calling on MPs to sign an Early Day Motion in support of the DalesBus in the Yorkshire Dales.

Autumn 2017 - News from Around the Parks

Read updates from the National Parks this autumn

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.

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