From Campaign for National Parks <[email protected]>
Subject News from Campaign for National Parks
Date March 27, 2020 12:42 PM
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** Still working, still fighting

These are unprecedented times but we wanted to let you know that, as the CNP team follows government advice to stay at home, we continue to fight for the future of National Parks.

We are currently focussed on pressing government to implement the Landscapes Review and have brought together a number of organisations to this effect. We have just recently been invited to meetings with Defra to discuss the matter.

We want you to know your support is invaluable to us at this exceptional time. If you think you can help please get in touch [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) . Please note that during this home-working period, our office phone lines may be diverted and occasionally unmonitored, and we urge communication by email wherever possible.

Everyone at Campaign for National Parks extends their best wishes.

** Astonishing pictures highlight fragility of nature

We have good news. We are pleased we can share the winners of the 2020 National Parks photography competition. Around 1,700 pictures were submitted under the theme ‘Inspired by Nature’.

‘Time for Dinner’, winner of the 2020 National Parks photography competition by Pete Stevens.

An astonishing shot of a hunting osprey in the Cairngorms National Park took the top prize. Other shortlisted images include an incredible shot of Storm Dennis in the Peak District and a bejewelled dragonfly in the North York Moors. Click here to see the ([link removed]) amazing shortlist

We hope these pictures bring a smile to your face wherever you are.

** National Parks under COVID pressure

Over the last few weeks the National Parks have come under significant pressure as people seek solace in these beautiful places. However we would encourage everyone to follow the Government advice and advice issues by National Park Authorities.

Overcrowding when excising outside, even in the National Parks, can put people at risk.

** Further reading…
Social distancing at home? Get stuck in to our blog series:

Lakelovers share the delights of spring in the Lake District ([link removed])

Ramblers Walking Holidays knows that mountains can provide mindfulness ([link removed])

If you want to write for Campaign for National Parks why not get in touch – [email protected] (mailto:[email protected])

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