Len Clark, who died recently at the age of 103, was a hugely important advocate of countryside access and preservation.  
At the conference of the Campaign for National Parks (CNP) a couple of days ago, there were warm tributes to Len Clark, who died recently at the age of 103. Len was a pioneer of countryside access, with strong involvement in the movement to establish and use national parks and preserve the country's finest places, playing key roles the Youth Hostel Association, the National Trust, the CNP and the Open Spaces Society. The Guardian has a lovely obituary of him (written by Kate Ashbrook) here
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