Council for National Parks
The Council for National Parks originated in the Standing Committee on National Parks set up in 1936 and was established by figures such as Clough Williams-Ellis, Julian Huxley and Sir Norman Birkett, and organisations including the Council for the Protection of Rural England, and Wales and the Ramblers Association.
- A full description is available on our online database or available to download as pdfs
- In addition to relevant publications held in the MERL Library, we hold a large number of publications by the Council for National Parks. These publications are currently uncatalogued and held at our off-site store.