A map showing the current project locations and catchment area for the Beautiful Boundaries project.
This topic diagram outlines just some of our High Weald resources with curriculum links for your lessons.
A 'generic risk assessment' example that can be used as a template by a landowner to cover the basics of risks associated with deer stalking - a fillable pdf form. Plus guidance on how to use it.
A 'site-specific risk assessment' that can be used as a template where deer stalking is taking place - a fillable pdf form.
Sample 'deer stalking licence agreement' that can be used as a template - a fillable pdf form.
A guide to considering the special character of the High Weald AONB when developing your Neighbourhood Plan.
Background on folk artist George Smart who was inspired by local characters and the landscape - can lead into a collage activity.
Outdoor art activities inspired by the landscape which can be used on their own or to lead into a collage activity.
Schools habitat activity - wildflower meadow poster with things to spot.
A short class performance about the importance of meadows and looking after them.
Shows Saxon drovers routes into the High Weald.
Palaeolithic to modern day - shows historical periods by their relative length.
The Rother and Romney Water Catchment Plan sets out a vision for the catchment and identifies and prioritises opportunities for improving its environment. The Plan lists the projects that have been undertaken by the High Weald AONB Partnership, Sussex Wildlife Trust and Kent Wildlife Trust since it's creation in 2014. The Plan is guided by a wide range of data, expert opinion, local evidence and stakeholder consultation. It is an evolving document, updated as new information becomes available. If you have any ideas or comments, or your local group, community or organisation would like to be involved then please contact the AONB Partnership.
Deer management update, upcoming events and hedging short film...
Farming Futures Conference follow up, Fungi event round-up and upcoming events...
Events bulletin including updates on our Farming Futures conference, Sussex Lund drop-in and Fungi Foray event.
A map showing the Upper Rother & Dudwell Valley Farm Cluster area and members.
A summary of the recommendations contained within the reports produced as part of the High Weald Nature Recovery Review (grasslands) in 2018/19.
A vision for High Weald grasslands; for people and for nature.
A report produced by Iain Parkinson (Royal Botanic Gardens), James Newmarch (East Sussex County Council) and Keith Datchler (Battle Verge Project). The report provides detailed recommendations for improving the biodiversity of the High Weald's historic routeways to achieve nature recovery.
The High Weald Housing Design Guidance provides clear, succinct, practical and consistent advice on design expectations for new housing development within the High Weald AONB. This version is presented in double-page spread form.
A summary of the process and outcomes of the eight-week public consultation carried out for the High Weald Housing Design Guide, between 19 June and 14 August 2019.
The High Weald Housing Design Guidance provides clear, succinct, practical and consistent advice on design expectations for new housing development within the High Weald AONB.
A report produced by the High Weald AONB Partnership on behalf of the Weald Meadows Network. The report is composed of interviews with grassland managers, highlighting the challenges and benefits of caring for species-rich grassland.