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This resources page provides information which will be helpful to those interested in helping to conserve and enhance Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

AONBs are dynamic, living landscapes that underpin the economy and the health and wellbeing of the UK. They are outstanding landscapes which provide a range of benefits for both people and wildlife.

The searchable table below includes practical examples of what the AONB Partnerships and Conservation Boards are doing to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to take advantage of everything AONBs have to offer, whilst also learning how to enjoy and look after them.
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ThemeSubject of InterestTitleData TypeAONB
Landscapes for BusinesseconomySupporting a network of tourism businessesCase StudyForest of Bowland AONB
Landscapes for BusinesseconomyA taste of the landscape - food and local produce festivalCase StudyArnside and Silverdale AONB
Landscapes for CulturehistoryHeritage on the edgeCase StudyDorset AONB
Landscapes for CulturehistoryCharacter of our coastCase StudyNorth Devon Coast AONB
Landscapes for CulturehistoryHelping hillforts and earthwork castlesCase StudyShropshire Hills AONB
Landscapes for CulturehistoryLancaut-churchCase StudyWye Valley AONB
Landscapes for Peoplehealth and wellbeingStepping into natureCase StudyDorset AONB
Landscapes for Peoplehealth and wellbeingWalking FestivalCase StudyLincolnshire Wolds AONB
Landscapes for PeopletourismDark SkiesCase StudyNorth Pennines AONB
Landscapes for Peoplehealth and wellbeingMoorswork, volunteers and social intergrationCase StudyHowardian Hills AONB
Landscapes for Peoplehealth and wellbeingJohn Muir Award in the Shropshire HillsCase StudyShropshire Hills AONB
Landscapes for Peoplehealth and wellbeingMindscapeCase StudyWye Valley AONB
Landscapes for Peoplehealth and wellbeingYouth RangersCase StudyWye Valley AONB
Landscapes for WildlifenatureNatural FuturesCase StudyBlackdown Hills AONB
Landscapes for WildlifenatureCommunity woodland network Prime CoppiceCase StudyDorset AONB
Landscapes for WildlifenatureGreater Quantock landscape improvement schemeCase StudyQuantock Hills AONB
Landscapes for WildlifenatureRiver Clun recovery projectCase StudyShropshire Hills AONB
Landscapes for WildlifenatureLEMUR Phase 1 habitat surveyCase StudyWye Valley AONB
Landscapes for LIfemedia and communicationSo much more than the viewPublicationNational Association for AONBs

 

There are 46 AONBs throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Map showing all 46 AONBs throughout England, Wales and N.Ireland

Just click the map for a larger view and for a full listing of AONBs