Reducing Light Pollution

Yorkshire is home to two National Parks that make the perfect locations to enjoy the Dark skies.

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EDITORIAL USE ONLY A person looks at the stars in the sky over Twistleton Scar in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Yorkshire. Picture date: Tuesday March 16, 2021. PA Photo. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

In December 2020 they were both designated an International Dark Skies reserve by the International Dark-Sky Association. The locations of both parks with lowlight pollution levels, set the perfect dark skies scene to enjoy the magnificent experience the night sky has to offer. That may be the Milky Way, stars, meteor showers and the Northern Lights plus much more!

To protect the night sky and keep light pollution to a minimum both National Parks have information on how to stop the spread of pollution which also benefit a person’s health and wildlife of the night.

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