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Hikers at Cheddar Gorge, Somerset
The Muslim Hikers community group at Cheddar Gorge, Somerset | © Trevor Ray Hart

Communities

We’re working with local communities to make sure everyone benefits from the places we look after, and that they’re welcoming to everyone.

Working with communities

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George Saunders Reimagined 

Find out about the students at Birmingham City University who have been inspired by George Saunders, a master tailor from St Kitts in the Caribbean who worked at the Birmingham Back to Backs from 1974–2000.

Two visitors sitting on a bench and drinking coffee outside Gibson Mill at Hardcastle Crags, West Yorkshire
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How we're supporting urban heritage and parks 

Learn about the initiatives to help and support urban areas in managing their heritage and green spaces.

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Mindful Meadow at Chirk Castle 

Find out how we're working with local community groups to create a Mindful Meadow at Chirk Castle, supported by funding from Cadwyn Clwyd.

Planting day at Castlefield Viaduct, Manchester
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New research reveals need for urban green space 

Explore the report we've commissioned revealing the surge in people’s use of green spaces during the coronavirus pandemic and the inequality of access to nature in many towns and cities.

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Connecting communities in Wales with Fun Palaces 

Find out how we're working with Fun Palaces to test new approaches to working with local communities in Wales, helping them to not only feel welcome at our places, but part of everything we do.

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Our work at Castlefield Viaduct 

Learn about our vision for Castlefield Viaduct in Manchester and about the work we're doing in partnership to transform this historic structure into an urban park for people and nature.

View of castle and boat sheds from the beach, Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland

For everyone, for ever

We protect and care for places so people and nature can thrive. Find out who we are and what we stand for.