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Explore the Codes created by our partners. Further Codes will be added to this page as they are published.

Dynamic Dunescapes

Dynamic Dunescapes logoDynamic Dunescapes is a project to rejuvenate some of England and Wales’ most important sand dunes. Visit the website to find information for schools and teaching resources, find out how to volunteer on the project, download family activity packs and learn more about the important work that is taking place.

Dynamic Dunescapes is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the EU LIFE Programme. The project is a partnership between Natural England, Plantlife, National Trust, Natural Resources Wales and the Wildlife Trusts.

Visit the Dynamic Dunescapes website.

Wild Seas Wales

Wild Seas Wales logoVisit the Wild Seas Wales website and use the interactive map and calendar to find out where and when to see the amazing wildlife around the Welsh coast. You can also find local advice on enjoying your visit responsibly.

Visit the Wild Seas Wales website to find out more.

The Paddlers' Code

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The Paddlers’ Code has been created by British Canoeing and developed with the Countryside Code. The guide is for canoeists, kayakers and stand-up paddle boarders and follows the Countryside Codes three main principles respect, protect, enjoy. The Paddlers Code gives clear and concise messaging for new and experienced paddlers and helps guide paddlers into best practice by giving easy guidelines to follow when out on the water.

To find out more visit The Paddlers’ Code website.

Marine and Coastal Wildlife Code

GOV.UK logoThe Marine and Coastal Wildlife Code provides advice and guidance on visiting the coast.

Developed in collaboration with organisations including Whale and Dolphin Conservation, the RSPB, Shark Trust and Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust, the Marine and Coastal Wildlife Code includes advice for those walking along the coast or taking part in water-based activities such as kayaking, paddleboarding or jet skiing.

Find out more on the GOV.UK website.

Peak District Proud


Peak District Proud logoInformation and resources on enjoying the fantastic landscape of the Peak District National Park. Here you’ll find information on how you can get involved in looking after this beautiful area.

Visit the Peak District Proud website to find out more.

Surrey Hills National Landscape

Surrey Hills National Landscape logoFind out more about enjoying the beautiful Surrey Hills. Meet the Surrey Hills Countryside Code Champions, who give some brilliant hints and tips to how we can help keep it full of life and protected for future generations.

Find out more on the Surrey Hills National Landscape website.

Forestry England

Forestry England logoEngland’s forests are visited by millions of people every year. Whether you’re walking, dog walking, cycling, bird watching or simply taking in the view, Forestry England want everyone to have a safe and enjoyable visit.

Visit the Forestry England website to learn more about the Forest Code.

The New Forest Code

Forestry England logoThe New Forest code focuses on nine simple ways visitors and residents can help care for this unique and special place.

Discover more about the New Forest code on Forestry England’s website.