Help to prevent moorland fires
Fires spread quickly across moorland vegetation and can be devastating to the landscape and wildlife, especially ground nesting birds. Fires also put livestock and members of the public at risk.
No open fires or BBQs
During periods of prolonged dry weather there is a very high fire risk, please do not use open fires and barbecues on all open moorland within the National Park.
To help reduce the risk of fires further, please:
- Do not discard cigarettes, matches or lighters
- Beware that glass bottles left on the ground can start fires. Leave no trace
- Take notice of any advisory or warning signs
- Follow directions from National Park Rangers and Emergency Services
If you see anything suspicious please phone the police on 101.
In the event of seeing a fire, please report it quickly to the fire service on 999 with the location, so that they can take action.