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2 edition of Woodland management guidelines for the Wye Valley Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty. found in the catalog.

Woodland management guidelines for the Wye Valley Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty.

Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Joint Advisory Committee.

Woodland management guidelines for the Wye Valley Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty.

by Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Joint Advisory Committee.

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Published by Wye Valley AONB .
Written in English


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About us. The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Tourism is an association of tourism business and public sector partners. The organisation represents and promotes the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean: the area of outstanding natural beauty, its huge range of attractions, activities and natural beauty, specialist food and drink, and wide range of accommodation. Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo - approximately 40 minutes away within the Wye Valley (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Small Breeds Farm Park & Owl Centre - with a tea room and gift shop. Llama Trekking at Old King Street Farm - experience a llama trek .

Forest Practice ; Forest Guidelines – 3, 24 Total area in Wales- 99,ha. What the layer shows Areas of high scenic quality whichhave statutory protection. In Wales, there are five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Clwydian Range, – Anglesey, Llŷn Peninsula, Gower and Wye Valley. Impact on a GWC application. English: A film about natural resource management of the Wye Valley Woodlands Special Area of Conservation and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Thanks to: The Wye Valley AONB & Chepstow Museum for providing the historic images

Woodlands (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book ) - Ebook written by Oliver Rackham. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Woodlands (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book ). The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is an internationally important protected landscape straddling the border between England and Wales. It is one of the most dramatic and scenic landscapes in Britain. The River Wye is the fifth-longest river in the United Kingdom. The upper part passes through Rhayader, Builth Wells and Hay-on-Wye, but the area designated as an AONB covers square .


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Woodland management guidelines for the Wye Valley Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty by Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Joint Advisory Committee. Download PDF EPUB FB2

UKFS – Forests and Landscape Forest Practice ; Forest Guidelines – 3, 24 Total area in Wales- 99,ha What the layer shows. Areas of high scenic quality which have statutory protection.

In Wales, there are five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – Clwydian Range, Anglesey, Llŷn Peninsula, Gower and Wye Valley.

Impact on a GWC. The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was first designated in Having the same level of protection as a National Park, the purpose of the AONB is to conserve and enhance the outstanding landscape of the Wye Valley, so that we, and future generations, can enjoy it.

The Wye Valley AONB has also benefitted from a heritage lottery funded scheme Overlooking the Wye which has conserved, improved and interpreted over forty sites throughout the area which will add to the visitor experience.

The Wye is a premier salmon fishing river and a major national focus for canoeing and other water sports. A beautiful guide to the heritage of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

74 pages of amazing photographs, paintings, picturesque prints, old maps and stories which illustrate the remarkable history of the area. Printed in full colour throughout on gloss art paper. Price: £ plus £ postage. An area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) is land protected by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act (CROW Act).

It protects the land to conserve and enhance its natural beauty. Woodland Conservation. Beaver and pine marten will be part of the future woodland conservation in the Wye Valley, one of the largest remaining areas of ancient semi-natural broadleaved woodland in the country.

The AONB team has been working to conserve and enhance the area’s nationally important limestone woodlands, with a range of projects to encourage greater diversity of native woodland flora.

The Wye Valley’s most iconic views and picnics from Symond’s Yat Rock where the Wye meanders in a huge loop, hundreds of feet below.

exploring the unexpected views in the woodland here, on the Welsh side of the Wye. Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) are some of the UK’s most cherished and outstanding landscapes.

Priory Grove occupies a ridge running north-east, parallel to the river Wye, together with a secluded stream valley behind the hill. It forms part of a striking landscape within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is clearly visible from the A40 and the A Pedestrian.

Please either consult The Woodland Trust website or contact the Woodland Trust ([email protected]) to confirm details of the current management programme. There is a formal review of this plan every 5 years and a summary of monitoring results can be obtained on request.

3 Little Doward Woods. Gwynn's Wood, Herefordshire - About 5¼ acres, £65, Stunning mature oaks grace this easily accessible woodland with natural springs just on the edge of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Gwynn's Wood is named for Nell Gwynn who (although some dispute this fact.!) was born in nearby Hereford.

To conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. ‘Natural beauty’ is defined in legislation as including flora, fauna and geological and physiographical features (s(2) of the CROW Act ) and cultural heritage (s(1)) of NERC Act ) which can make an appreciable contribution to an area’s.

Woodhouse Wood is set in a gorgeous location near the River Wye and in the rolling countryside of Herefordshire just outside the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The history of this and the surrounding woods goes back to the Domesday Book of AD when much of the woodland was managed as coppice with standards.

The spectacular landscape of the Wye Valley region has attracted visitors for over years. It is one of the few lowland Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (designated in ) and is dominated by the river Wye, which flows through picturesque meadows and outstanding limestone scenery alike.

Set in the stunning grounds of Mistletoe Cottage, in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Wyes Dogs Pet Hotel is unique because we specialise in boarding small to medium size dog breeds only. Wyes Dogs Pet Hotel offers a home from home environment so please call us to book a viewing and make your Dog's boarding reservation.

Request PDF | Towards Sustainable Landscape Planning: Experiences from the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty | The role of Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) partnerships in Author: Amanda Wragg. It is a mix of woodland and open hillside with a very wide range of flora and fauna.

Permissive paths give access to the reserve as well as offering marvellous views stretching from the Brecon Beacons to Clee Hill and the Malverns.

The Reserve lies within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A lovely film about natural resource management of the Wye Valley Woodlands Special Area of Conservation and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Thanks to: The.

Set in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the magical Tintern Abbey a short walk away, the Tintern Old Rectory is a perfect place to enjoy the peaceful beauty of the Wye Valley and nearby Forest of Dean.

High View Barn offers accommodation in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 5 miles from Monmouth, with views of the surrounding countryside. Guests benefit from a patio and a garden. Free WiFi and free private parking are available. There is a fitted kitchen and a dining area in this self-catering accommodation/10(20).

Wye Valley, below the city of Hereford. Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty An area of countryside in England, Wales or Northern Ireland which has been designated.

The Wye Valley Walk Partnership works to conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the area by promoting its economic and social development and its suitability for quiet and informal enjoyment to the public.

The team work hard to maintain the area's beauty for future generations.The Wye Valley Woodlands are of incalculable value to wildlife including rare bat species, birds, mammals, reptiles and invertebrates as well as many nationally endangered plants.

Indeed the whole of the Wye Valley, with its amazing mosaic of habitats, is a paradise for those with an interest in the natural .High View Barn offers accommodations in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 5 mi from Monmouth, with views of the surrounding countryside.

Guests benefit from a patio and a garden. Free WiFi and free private parking are available. There is a fitted kitchen and a dining area in this self-catering accommodations/10(21).