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Country Parks Transformation

Country Parks Transformation is an exciting and ambitious programme to improve Hampshire County Council’s much loved country parks. For over 40 years these parks have welcomed visitors, encouraging them to explore and enjoy the natural environment. With record numbers of people visiting our parks it is important that we invest in their future so visitors can continue to discover and experience the great outdoors.

Over the next five years we’ll be looking to improve a range of facilities including trails, play opportunities, visitor centres, cafes, and parking, as well as enhancing the unique habitats and breath-taking scenery found at each of our parks.

In this early stage the programme team are reviewing key aspects of the visitor experience before plans for the parks can be developed. Surveys have already helped us understand what visitors would like to see improved and these will be incorporated into the design process.

We’ll be posting more information about the programme as the plans develop, and on each of the park websites including Lepe, Royal Victoria Country Park, Staunton Country Park, Manor Farm and Country Park, and Queen Elizabeth Country Park, as well as Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve.

Keep watching this space to find out more about the programme or sign up to our newsletter by emailing

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