Latest from Cornwall AONB
As a supporter of the Cornwall AONB, we’ve been asked to share their latest news with our community so we can all get involved with their activities as well as enjoying our lovely county and preserving it for future generations.
The popular AONB photo competition is running again this year in collaboration with Cornwall Life magazine. ‘Celebrating Nature in Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ is this year’s theme and the deadline for entries is midnight on Friday 17th September so get those phones and cameras clicking away with superb images. More info and competition rules: Photographic Competition 2021 — The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (cornwall-aonb.gov.uk)
Bee Healthy Bee Happy
Cornwall AONB, Buglife, Active Cornwall and the University of Exeter have joined forces in a new exciting project, where community based conservation will safeguard Cornwall’s incredible pollinators, and help reconnect people with nature. The project aims to enhance 40 hectares of public land for pollinators and help is needed to design conservation activities . To get involved, complete the survey at the link below to provide information about what would benefit you and your local environment. https://letstalk.cornwall.gov.uk/aonb-bee-healthy-bee-happy
Cornwall AONB Management Plan Review
The Cornwall AONB Management Plan 2016-2021 is currently under review and the Draft Plan will go out for Public Consultation in August and September on Let’s Talk Cornwall online portal. You’ll be able to access it via this link when it goes live: Cornwall AONB Management Plan Review | Let’s Talk Cornwall