Press releases from the family of UK National Parks

  • Diversion for walkers as repairs start at Buttermere bridge

    Lake District National Park

    The temporary foot bridge at Buttermere is to be removed and a diversion has been put in place so that the circular route round Buttermere can still be accessed. Repairs to the original Dubbs bridge will begin next summer.

    Posted: 3 October 2018.

  • Canaston Wood bridleway bridge repaired

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    A 19th century bridge in Canaston Wood has been given a major overhaul by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority thanks to funding from Bluestone National Park Resort.

    Posted: 1 October 2018.

  • The Moon is Red at Yr Ysgwrn

    Snowdonia National Park

    During the month of the Welsh History Festival for Children, Yr Ysgwrn is thrilled to work with the Festival and Welsh Books Council to provide literary experiences outside the classroom for the secondary school pupils of Gwynedd.

    Posted: 28 September 2018.

  • National Park Apprentices Exchange Trip

    Exmoor National Park

    Posted: 26 September 2018.

  • National Park sets sail on a new visitor travel strategy

    Lake District National Park

    Wrapping up the end of a busy summer season and ahead of World Tourism Day on Thursday, Lake District organisations and transport providers have stepped onboard an ambitious new plan to manage visitor travel for the next 20 years.

    Posted: 26 September 2018.

  • South Ranger settling into new National Park role

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    An opportunity to work as a Ranger in one of the most iconic areas of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has been taken by a welltravelled candidate.

    Posted: 24 September 2018.

  • Wildlife disturbance the focus of Pembrokeshire drone guidance

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has released new drone guidance for recreational users that seeks to limit the disturbance the aerial devices can cause to protected wildlife.

    Posted: 21 September 2018.

  • Sea Creatures Quest winners Dafydd and Jac scoop 16350 prize

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    Two young visitors to the 2018 Pembrokeshire County Show were the winners of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority's Sea Creatures Quest challenge.

    Posted: 18 September 2018.

  • Dark Skies Festival to Blast Off With Planetarium Experience

    Exmoor National Park

    Posted: 18 September 2018.

  • Thought provoking exhibition of fine art and natural history to turn the tide on marine plastic

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    A new exhibition at Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids is set to contrast the beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast with the reality of the damage plastic is causing to the waters and wildlife of our fragile shores.

    Posted: 17 September 2018.

  • Flood Recovery Rangers building bridges at Troutbeck Ford

    Lake District National Park

    A team of flood recovery rangers from the Lake District National Park have begun work to reinstate popular bridleway bridges at Troutbeck Ford near Windermere, which were damaged during Storm Desmond.

    Posted: 17 September 2018.

  • Have your say on new National Park Car Parking Order

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

    Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is proposing to update its OffStreet Parking Order which provides the legal basis for the management of its car parks.

    Posted: 11 September 2018.

  • ‘Mend Our Mountains: Make One Million’ Crowdfunding Campaign – Cader Idris needs your support!

    Snowdonia National Park

    Thanks to a crowdfunding campaign, Mend Our Mountains: Make A Million, that is launched today, Cader Idris will hopefully be a step closer to benefiting from essential footpath development work.

    Posted: 10 September 2018.

  • Wales' Celtic Rainforests to be restored

    Snowdonia National Park

    Thanks to European and Welsh Government funding, this autumn will mark the start of a new chapter for Wales’ Celtic rainforests which are currently in an unfavourable condition. Through the eradication of invasive alien plant species and the implementation of proactive management the aim is to bring these woodlands back to their former fertile state.

    Posted: 28 August 2018.

  • Brecon loses a Beacon

    Brecon Beacons National Park

    It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we must announce, that through the emergence of new technological data, we have lost one of our Beacons.  Perhaps, sticking to Welsh Folklore and Myth, which we are accustomed to in the Brecon Beacons, it would be more apt to state that one of our […]

    Posted: 22 August 2018.