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Queen Elizabeth Country Park

Queen Elizabeth Country Park - wood burner

Queen Elizabeth Country Park (link opens in new window) is Hampshire’s biggest Country Park with 1,400 acres of open access woodland and downland, set within the East Hampshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Country Park demonstrates a working example of how landscape management can integrate wildlife, farming, forestry and recreation in a way that is sustainable.  The park became the first UK country park to achieve ‘Eco Centre’ status and was first awarded a Green Flag by EnCams in 2004.

Some of the other key sustainability achievements at the park include:

More information on the park and what they're doing can be found here.

For more information contact Tim Speller, Manager on 023 9259 5040 or use the Queen Elizabeth Country Park enquiry form, or visit the website at www3.hants.gov.uk/qecp

Visit another of Hampshire's Green Flag Country Parks - Staunton Country Park (link opens in a new window)

 

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