Vote Now - for Hampshire's Country Park to win a People's Choice Award
Monday, 08 October 2012
This year, the park has already been awarded with a Green Flag Award, recognising it as one of Britain's best green spaces and now Hampshire's biggest Country Park is in the running for a People's Choice Award.
The annual People's Choice Award public poll encourages people from all over the country to vote for their favourite and most cherished park.
Queen Elizabeth Country Park is managed by Hampshire County Council in partnership with the Forestry Commission. It offers 2,000 acres of open access woodland set within the South Downs National Park, including Buster Hill National Nature Reserve.
The main facilities are open all year round and include a visitor centre, café, theatre and activity area. There are also two play areas, BBQ sites, picnic areas and 20 miles of trail for walking, cycling and horse riding.
Voting closes on Sunday 14 October 2012.
More details about Queen Elizabeth Country Park and its upcoming events can be found on their website.