Membership is open to anyone who is interested in Country Parks and is free.
Individual members are invited to join. Where members are site managers they are invited to share details of the site they manage that they call, or consider to be, a Country Park – these entries underpin the Networks Find a Country Park web pages.
(Please note, unless clearly stated in their entry sites may not be recognised by the Natural England Country Parks Accreditation Scheme as an Accredited Country Park – Please follow the link for a full listing of Accredited sites)
We find members of the network may be:
Site managers (whether local authority officers, representatives of charitable trusts, national bodies or private landowners/individuals)
People with responsibility for sites (such as local authority service managers, developers)
People responsible for influencing strategic agendas (planners esp. with an interest in green infrastructure, policy makers)
People simply interested in country parks (such as policymakers, researchers, students, planners)