Our latest Annual Forum took place on Wednesday 10 November.
A link to the recording can be found on our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85Jc_LdpHBo
The Q&A Session can be found here:
Archaeology on your farm
Cranborne Chase National Landscape is world famous for the range and quality of its archaeological remains. Looking after archaeology brings benefits for farmers and land managers, while enriching the landscape for everyone.
Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy
Cranborne Chase National Landscape, hosted by Wiltshire Council, takes child protection and safeguarding very seriously. Read our Child Protection & Safeguarding Statement below:
Enhancing the visitor economy
Guidance and advice for Statutory Bodies
Leaflet of producers in the AONB, and a map and guide for visitors. If you would like copies of these leaflets sent to you, please contact us.
The Legal Record of Rights of Way leaflet
County Councils have the responsibility for managing Rights Of Way (RoW). Each county has a team of RoW officers who carry out maintenance of the Legal Record of Public Rights of Way.
This booklet contains information relating to Rights of Way, the legal record and the definitive map modification process. It also contains information relating to the AONB Access Group.
Our publication ‘A landscape view of trees and woodlands’ provides a description of our woodlands that is more complete and is at a greater resolution than has ever been achieved before. It gives guidelines to woodland owners, land managers and advisers that are intended to provide a broad basis for management decisions, rather than site-specific advice.