'Connecting People and Wildlife'

The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project is a Conservation Initiative which seeks to 'Connect the People and Wildlife' of the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda and the Queen Elizabeth Country Park in the UK by Supporting

The Work of Park Rangers, Wildlife Conservation and Cultural Education and Community Conservation.

Led by Rangers, Teachers and Volunteers and supported by local communities it is truly a conservation charity

run by local people trying to make an international difference! 

Click here to find out what makes us special 

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Latest News

Floods in Kasese Town!

The town of Kasese has suffered severe flooding, resulting in lots of damage and many people losing their homes. Among them are teachers from one of our twinned schools.

We are asking for donations so that we might help the teachers rebuild their lives and get swiftly back to teaching and supporting the children of Kasese.

Please donate using the donate button.

Click Here

to see some images from Rihamu Primary School which was impacted badly by the floods

The Project would like to thank all those people who have donated

The date of the 2020 Park to Park Challenge will be announced once the current Covid 19 restictions have been lifted

The Park to Park Challenge is an annual 8.5 mile across the East Hampshire countryside in aid of the Queen Elizabeth Parks Project is open to anyone Please click the button to find out more

'Partners In Conservation'

You can make the difference to

Wildlife Conservation by becoming a Partner In Conservation


A donation of £5 per month

means you

will be ensuring

we can continue our Wildlife Conservation, Education and

Community Projects. 

Click Here to find out more

or donate using the button below

Queen Elizabeth Parks Project

c/o Queen Elizabeth County Park

Gravel Hill




07492 492042


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The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project

is a registered charity 

Number 1137413

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