Discover the Lake District National Park Authority on social media. Here you’ll find the same friendly welcome, inspirational photos, jaw-dropping views and useful information that you’d find from any of our staff and visitor centres.
Social media can be an exciting, accessible place to find out new information, get inspired about things to do, places to go and people to meet. It can also be a great place for informed debate about important issues and topics. However, it can also be a place where people are quick to talk, without thinking through the impact of their actions.
Our social house rules set out how we will behave on social media and what we expect in return.
Remember – behind every post, there is a person trying their best to look after our amazing National Park.
We may remove, in whole or in part, any post on our social media accounts that do not conform to our social media house rules.
We reserve the right to report or block the user from following our accounts.
You can currently find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube. We run a number of different accounts to reflect the range of activities and roles across the National Park, such as Brockhole – the Lake District National Park Visitor Centre; Coniston Boating Centre, our rangers, fell top assessors and our main LDNPA accounts.
If you have any questions please contact our PR and Communications Manager.
Page last updated: 5 December 2019