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1 March 2022 — News story
Chief Executive Marian Spain on how Natural England is working to bring about Nature’s recovery.
27 August 2022 — Press release
The sale of peat for use in the amateur gardening sector will be banned by 2024 to protect peatlands and the natural environment.
12 August 2022 — Press release
197-mile walking route will improve access to nature for all
3 August 2022 — Press release
Calshot to Portsmouth stretches now officially open.
1 August 2022 — Press release
The Levelling Up Parks Fund will create new and improved parks in urban areas, helping communities to come together and enjoy the outdoors.
22 July 2022 — News story
The Court of Appeal dismissed the case on all grounds on Friday 15 July.
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