What are National Parks? There are 12 National Parks in England and Wales. The New Forest became a National Park in 2005. ...
Skills Question Describe the distribution of National Parks in England and Wales. (4 marks)
What are National Parks? National Parks are protected areas of natural beauty. The areas include mountains, moorland, heat...
What are the aims of National Parks? <ul><li>To protect and enhance the natural beauty and wildlife.  </li></ul><ul><li>To...
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What are national parks

  1. 1. What are National Parks? There are 12 National Parks in England and Wales. The New Forest became a National Park in 2005. The South Downs is currently in the process of being designated a National Park. There are two National Parks in Scotland – The Cairngorms, and Loch Lomand & the Trossachs.
  2. 2. Skills Question Describe the distribution of National Parks in England and Wales. (4 marks)
  3. 3. What are National Parks? National Parks are protected areas of natural beauty. The areas include mountains, moorland, heathland, woodland and coasts. National Parks are not theme parks – they are not fenced off and people live and work in them. Each National Park is managed by a National Park Authority (NPA), which works to balance the needs of the landscape, the residents and the visitors. Snowdonia Exmoor
  4. 4. What are the aims of National Parks? <ul><li>To protect and enhance the natural beauty and wildlife. </li></ul><ul><li>To promote the understanding and enjoyment of the Parks. </li></ul><ul><li>To foster the social and economic well-being of the communities living in the National Parks. </li></ul>Can you see how these duties may conflict with one another?
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  6. 7. Why do people visit the Lake District? Study the photographs!
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