Our partner catalogue contains a range of assets you can use to promote the Countryside Code. Have a look at some of our samples below!

Video Clips

A range of videos featuring Shaun and his friends out on Mossy Bottom. Messages include planning your route, taking care around livestock and ensuring you leave no trace. Remember to tag @TheCountrysideCode when you post them!

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Graphic Assets

Do you want some creative assets you can incorporate into your own? We have small pieces of artwork available for all types of communication. Featuring Shaun, Bitzer and other characters from Mossy Bottom, they're perfect to get people's attention.

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Social Media Assets

Fancy getting your audience involved in the Countryside Code? Our colourful social media assets can attract all generations. Show how you Respect, Protect and Enjoy the outdoors by using them in your content.

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Shaun the Sheep and the Countryside Code logo

Are you interested in using the Countryside Code in your organisation?

If you're a school, community group or national organisation and you're interested in any of what you've seen, we'd love to hear from you! Contact a member of our team today by clicking below.

Shaun the Sheep X Countryside Code leaflet




Our Shaun the Sheep Fun Trail leaflet is the perfect companion for children wanting to learn more about the Countryside Code.

Tasks include – a scavenger hunt, spotting signs and symbols in the outdoors and questions to check your knowledge of the Code.

You can download the leaflet as a PDF by clicking here or alternatively, contact the Countryside Code team to discuss options for printed copies.

We also have our standard Countryside Code leaflets available, which contain all our messaging. This leaflet is also available of GOV.UK.



Featherdown and the Countryside Code

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We are delighted to announce an exciting collaboration with Feather Down Farms!

Feather Down Farms offer off-grid family-friendly farm stays across the UK (and in Europe too). With 25 small-scale UK locations, we offer a home-from-home in cosy canvas hideaways equipped with home comforts, while providing opportunities to take a step back, slow down and relax.

On a Feather Down holiday, you’ll be staying on a working farm and hosted by the farmer and their family, and surrounded by the beautiful British countryside. You might get to meet the farm animals, learn about regenerative farming or even try something new like wild swimming or hiking. Most of all, you’ll experience an escape from everyday life and enjoy quality family time that you’ll treasure for years to come.

Promoting the messages of Respect, Protect, Enjoy, Feather Down Farms are launching an exciting giveaway to celebrate! Find out more by visiting their Instagram page, with details on how you can enter.

Coming soon, you’ll be able to find the closest farm to you or where you might fancy going for your next break.


The Countryside Code & Pawprint Family

Pawprint Family logoWe’re excited to be working with Pawprint Family to offer an accessible badge, activity pack and printable resources for use in schools, youth groups, home education and to help you discover the Countryside Code and the key messaging of Respect, Protect, Enjoy. There are also 3 free resources to print and use including a handy flashcard set for the signs and symbols of the Countryside Code to attach. The free challenge pack, available to download from the Pawprint Family website, brings you 40+ activity ideas to our bag on your next adventure outdoors!

Find out more and head over to the Pawprint Family website by clicking here.

Pawprint Challenge Pack



In 2023, we worked with Picture News to develop a weekly news pack focussed on the Countryside Code for teachers, with resources for primary aged children, focus questions and cross-curricular links

You can download this resource as a PowerPoint or as a PDF by clicking here.





Get outside and explore the countryside on one of Shaun’s favourite walks!

Ranging from 1.5 miles to 3 miles long there are walks across the country to choose from.

From the South Downs to the Lake District, Pembrokeshire to Northumberland, visit the Ordnance Survey’s Get Outside website to browse the family-friendly walks.



More Resources and Activities

Have a coastal adventure with The Snail and the Whale

The Snail and the Whale activity bookletNatural England, Macmillan Children’s Books and the Marine Management Organisation are offering inspiration for fun days out at the coast with an activity booklet for children aged 4-8, inspired by the family-favourite story of The Snail & The Whale.

This free booklet contains activities, puzzles and fun facts – everything you need to enjoy a day out exploring the coast.

Visit the Snail and the Whale page to find out more and to download the booklet.


Grasmere School's Handy Guide to Cracking the Countryside Code

Watch this great video of handy tips from the pupils at Grasmere School.

Credit: Grasmere School @grasmereschool

A guide from the Yorkshire Land Network on looking after the countryside

Watch as young rangers from the Yorkshire Land Network stumble across some common mistakes visitors make during their stay and what advice they give to make everyone’s countryside a cleaner and safer location.


Teaching Resources from the Country Land and Business Association

Country Land and Business Association logoThe Country Land and Business Association have free Countryside Code teacher resources including lesson plans and a waymarker game which can downloaded from their website.

Visit the Country Land and Business Association’s website.


Download the Countryside Code Leaflet

The Countryside Code leaflet is available to download in two formats:

You can also order the A5 flier in print from enquiries@naturalengland.org.uk