A newsletter of the Weald Meadows Network.
Adopted by the High Weald AONB Joint Advisory Committee on 13th July 2005 (This is the Final amended Version AGREED on 19 October 2009).
This report sets out the activities and achievements of the Upper Rother and Dudwell Farm Cluster from October 2016 to March 2018.
Please use this form to comment on the High Weald AONB Management Plan 2019 - 2024 between 13 June and 25 July 2018.
A report setting out the scope of the High Weald AONB Management Plan review.
An assessment of progress towards the objectives of the High Weald AONB Management Plan 2014-2019 and an assessment of the condition of the High Weald's natural beauty.
An assessment of the impact of the High Weald AONB Management Plan on equal opportunities.
A statutory assessment of the potential impact of the High Weald AONB Management Plan on European protected sites.
A statutory assessment of the environmental impact of the High Weald AONB Management Plan.
This document sets out the High Weald AONB Partnership’s many activities and achievements over the past financial year. Download here or contact us if you would like a hard copy.
The latest news from the Upper Rother & Dudwell Farm Cluster; a land managers' / farmers' group for the Upper Rother and Dudwell water catchment area. The group aims to explore how landowners can work together to improve the area's landscape.
This newsletter contains updates on a number of completed Sussex Lund projects across the High Weald AONB, plus details of upcoming land management events and other useful information.
Read about the wide range of land management projects funded by Sussex Lund across the High Weald AONB in 2017.
A report setting out the results of the 2017 Public Engagement Survey, conducted as part of the current High Weald AONB Management Plan Review. This survey sought to explore what aspects of the High Weald the public find particularly beautiful and how they most like to enjoy the area.
This report highlights the importance of ancient and veteran trees at Dallington Forest in East Sussex. The study is the result of an extensive project aiming to establish and promote the ecological value of the area and advise on best practice in managing the landscape.
High Weald AONB Partnership Annal Review - 2016/2017