50th Anniversary Conference
“Twenty First Century Rangers – Looking forward to the next 50 years.”
1st to 3rd November 2016, Losehill Hall YHA, Castleton, Derbyshire.
Provisional programme revealed – find out more here
Now open for bookings via Eventbrite – Places limited and accommodation only guaranteed for bookings made prior to 23rd August – Early Bird tickets highly recommended!
50th Anniversary Polo Shirts now on sale
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the CMA, you can now pre-order your own special anniversary polo shirts. This hard-wearing poly/cotton fabric polo shirt in black, with the 50th anniversary logo embroidered on the chest is just £15 (inc p&p)
Payment needs to be made by August 23rd (after which we will be placing one combined order with the embroiderer to keep costs low). Click here to download the order form.
Celebrate World Ranger Day on 31st July!
Lee Valley Regional Park is hosting a World Ranger Day Disc Golf Challenge.
The Thin Green Line Foundation have called for people to “Stand with Park Rangers of the world in their fight to protect wildlife” Read more about World Ranger Day and this campaign on the ‘International’ page.
Formed in 1966 the CMA is the largest organisation supporting the work of conservation, access and recreation professionals in the natural greenspace and countryside sector throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
- Support the development of staff, students and volunteers involved in the management, interpretation, and public enjoyment of natural greenspace and the countryside through networking, training and continuing professional development.
- Promote the value and importance of professionally managed natural greenspace and the countryside to the general public, the government and other organisations.
- Influence the organisations involved in the management of natural greenspace and countryside by providing information and authoritative comment.
- Champion the staff, students and volunteers involved in the management, interpretation, and access to natural greenspace and the countryside.