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Stalking awareness signs FREE from CNPA

The Cairngorms National Park Authority, in conjunction with the Cairngorms Deer Advisory Group and others have recently developed signage to help raise awareness of the importance of deer stalking within the Park, especially in areas used by hill walkers. Invercauld Estate has assisted in trialling this process and now have the first sign in place.

The Cairngorms National Park Authority are not looking for a proliferation of signs, but the intention is to replace any out of date signs you may have about deer stalking and access.  The signs are currently offered FREE to Estates within the National Park and can be tailored to specific local requirements within the limits shown in the attached template and guidance.  

At this stage it is difficult to judge the level of demand, so the offer is made on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

Please contact Penny Lawson on 01479 870519 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to discuss further.

Attachments:
FileFile size
Download this file (CNPA Deer Signage Guidance.pdf)CNPA Deer Signage Guidance.pdf107 Kb
Download this file (Stalking template.pdf)Stalking template.pdf232 Kb
 

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