Welcomes and farewells

Blackdown Hills AONB staff changes and changes to our management group

New panel members needed for our Countryside Fund

Could you support the Blackdown Hills Countryside Fund with your local knowledge and expertise by becoming a member of our grants panel?

Let’s all do our bit to take care of the Blackdown Hills

We are delighted that throughout the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty members of the community are helping us to make and keep the area special for generations to come. We’d [...]

New £1m project – Connecting the Culm

New £1m project to tackle key environmental issues and adapt to climate change in the River Culm catchment.

Discovering Dunkeswell Abbey

We are delighted to announce that an exciting new project, Discovering Dunkeswell Abbey, is to get underway thanks to National Lottery funding.

Apple days, repair cafe and fungi forays!

Autumnal events around the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Wellies for the Welly!

As part of a fundraising campaign to help restore the Wellington Monument, we at Blackdown Hills AONB, been wearing our wellies for the Wellington Monument.

Steering the future of the Blackdown Hills AONB

Two important reviews are underway which will impact on how the Area of Outstanding Beauty (AONB) is run and the activities we will be focussing on - Don't miss the chance for your views to be heard!

Cycling Tour of Britain to visit the Blackdown Hills AONB

OVO Energy Tour of Britain, the UK’s biggest and most prestigious bike race, will be travelling through the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) on Monday 3 September 2018. [...]

Work experience with the Culm Community Crayfish project

Lara joined Blackdown Hills AONB team in July 2018 for a week of work experience, getting involved with the work of the Culm Community Crayfish project. She’s currently in year 10 and will be [...]

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