Threats to Devon’s treesAsh dieback is a disease affecting ash trees in our countryside and towns. It threatens to wipe out over 90% of Britain’s native ash species and is likely to cause safety issues that need to be managed by landowners in highrisk areas.Loss of ash trees, woodland, and hedgerow species could have a […]
You can read the final public version of the AONB Management Plan by clicking here. Here is a link to their website.
Our colleagues at the Blackdown Hills Parish Network have sent us the following: SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL has recently announced that it is proposing no longer to grit roads to settlements which are 500 feet or more above sea level, roads which lead into adjoining counties, and school links between urban and rural areas. If implemented […]
Friday 27th of May saw the official opening of the new plaque at Hembury Fort to detail and record the project work completed by The Hembury Fort Management Team in their preservation efforts these past few months. You may not have been aware of the amount of work that has gone on at the site, […]
Download a four-page, printable review of the Blackdown Hills AONB team’s work over the past year. Includes an overview of finances and SDF awards, and full lists of partner organisations, management group members and staff.