Time is running out for walkers to have their say on a consultation about the future of the North York Moors National Park.
The national park authority has issued a reminder that the chance to comment on the management plan for the next five years is set to end on December 23rd.
Walkers and those who like to ride mountain bikes
in the area may wish to take the opportunity, with plans varying from the addition of more trees and the restoration of grassland to the creation of more affordable homes.
Speaking about the plan, national park policy manager Sarah Housden stated: "It will affect a huge number of people so it's important that we hear from as many people as possible."
The North York Moors National Park was designated in 1952 and attracts seven million visitors a year.
As well as its moors, the 1,434 sq km area has 846 scheduled monuments, more than any other UK national park except Dartmoor.