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7th August 2020

Cafes and play areas back open across Land Trust parks

While life continues to return to normal for many, the Land Trust has been working hard to ensure its sites reflect that.

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A community Gala held at Land Trust site, Rabbit Ings Country Park in the Summer of 2014

30th July 2020

Engaging with communities key to success of 25 Year Environment Plan as Land Trust responds to DEFRA consultation on Environmental Land Management

National land management charity, the Land Trust, believes that engaging with the general public on how they want green spaces to be managed, will be key to the success of the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan.

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29th July 2020

Rare species spotted at Rabbit Ings Country Park

A rare beetle usually found near the south coast of England has been spotted at Rabbit Ings Country Park in Barnsley

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Ice Cream van at Countess of Chester Country Park

28th July 2020

The Land Trust offering free one month license to ice cream vans and coffee carts on selection of green spaces

The Land Trust, is offering a free one month license for ice cream vans and coffee carts on a selection of its sites, as the national land management charity seeks to help small businesses get back on their feet following the impact of Covid – 19.

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The Land Trust Blog

No more prizes for Value You: how a broader range of values is influencing new development

In the second of a series of blogs, Land Trust Head of Business Development, Trevor Adey, discusses the importance of being able to measure the value of green spaces and says that developers who think about a broader set of values will continue to attract investors, build stronger reputations and create and preserve better places.

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I enjoy working at The Land Trust because of the trust that they put in me to be actively involved in projects, and I feel influential in decision making. As a Graduate this provided me with great professional experience across a broad range of disciplines, that'll ultimately be very beneficial for my future career.

Joe Heath, Development Officer

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