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Nature volume 127, page 368 (07 March 1931) | Download Citation

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ANOTHER handsome, well-illustrated quarto has been added to the library dealing with the preservation of English landscape. The suggestions of most general importance are those relating to the coast. Support is given (so far as concerns Cornwall) to the proposals which have been made to the National Park Committee, that in Cornwall and the opposite peninsula of Pembrokeshire the National Coast Parks of Britain should be situate. In the opinion of the authors of the Cornwall survey, “The formation of a National Coastal Park would afford lasting benefit to visitors from urban centres, and incidentally it would benefit a county suffering from acute industrial depression”.

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