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Local businesses and young urban volunteers help people discover their adventurous side in Northumberland

Hundreds of people discovered their adventurous side at the National Park’s Walltown picnic site near Greenhead  on Hadrian’s Wall last weekend as National Parks Week celebrations got under way. 

Press release: “Last minute postponement demonstrates weak case for potash mine”

The Campaign for National Parks has welcomed today’s announcement by the North York Moors National Park Authority (NYMNPA) that the decision on Europe’s largest potash mine will be deferred to allow essential environmental information to be submitted. 
 

Mosaic youth project launched on Exmoor

The recent Haddon Hill Big Adventure Day on Exmoor proved the perfect place to launch the Campaign for National Parks (CNP) Mosaic Youth Project. 

CNP Cymru launched

At the end of June we met with partners in Cardiff for the inaugural meeting of our new committee – CNP Cymru - to steer the Campaign for National Parks’ strategy in Wales. 

Park Protector Award winner announced today

Judges of the Campaign for National Parks’ Park Protector Award have chosen the Woollenline project as the winner of its prestigious award and accompanying £2000 bursary. 

Snowdonia Champions First Group Leader Visit

Eight Community Champions spent a weekend in the stunning scenery of Nant Gwynant in the heart of Snowdonia, starting with coffee and cakes at the famous Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel, training base for the Hillary and Tensing team which conquered Everest 60 years ago.

Objection submitted to potash mine proposal

We have recently submitted an objection to the planning application for a potash mine in the North York Moors.

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