National Parks England, alongside Defra, has launched a 'Love Your National Parks' celebration. The initiative welcomes everyone to celebrate all that England's 10 National Parks have to offer, and aims to boost the economic value of the Parks from tourism and other economic activity.
England's National Parks are known for being superb landscapes, rich in heritage and wildlife, but they are also valuable generators of wealth and economic activity. In these difficult economic times the National Parks are seeking to enhance the contribution they can make based on their very special qualities. We're encouraging everyone to explore the wonders of the National Parks. Not only will you have a good time, but the money you spend will be helping the local communities who live within and sustain these beautiful areas.
We know that:
More information on how the English National Parks already contribute to national prosperity is set out in a report on Valuing National Parks.
We'd love you to join the celebration.
If you are a member of public, then visit the UK National Parks website to plan your next visit to a National Park! There are always a range of activities and events taking place in National Parks so you're bound to find something just right for you.
If you are from an organisation that would like to support the Love Your National Parks celebration then we'd love to hear from you.
England's National Park Authorities work with a wide range of partner organisations, whilst the National Parks themselves are the backdrop to a range of activities. The Love Your National Parks celebration aims to boost the economic value of National Parks, especially from tourism; and to increase awareness about how National Parks support people's health and well being.
If you would like to demonstrate your support and be added to the list of organisations committed to National Parks, then please send us your logo and weblink and we'll add it to our list of supporters.
And if you would like to tell us what National Parks mean for your organisation, please email us a message (preferably less than 300 words) to email@example.com