Getting into Scotland's National Parks and National Nature Reserves
A Park for All
29th July, 2010
Getting into Scotland’s National Parks and National Nature Reserves – resource pack A practical guide to overcoming barriers that might make visiting or getting involved with National Parks and National Nature Reserves difficult. Aimed at those who work with and support people in broadening their horizons and increasing their sense of wellbeing. Additional case studies, highlighting the experiences of eight groups who have visited the Parks and NNRs, which we hope will support others to do the same.
Scotland’s National Parks and National Nature Reserves – Overcoming Barriers to Engagement In 2007 the CNPA, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Authority and Scottish National Heritage commissioned research to find out why some people, from socially excluded groups, do not currently make better use of Scotland’s two National Parks and National Nature Reserves. This document publishes the results of that research.
Literature and Context Review
The review identifies and examines a range of documents and information available in order to develop an understanding of the local plans, policy and practice in each of Scotland’s two National Parks.
Resource Pack - Introduction and How to Use the Pack