Learn more about the landscape and heritage through walks, talks and other events. Volunteer to help at events, to carry out surveys or practical conservation tasks. Become a champion for the AONB by raising awareness in your own community and by supporting local projects.
Check the Weather
The Landscape Trust has two Davis Vantage Pro 2 plus weather stations in the AONB – the first was installed at the AONB office in 2013 and the second, more recently in 2017, at Archbishop Hutton’s Primary School in Warton.
The Arnside station has now collected several years’ worth of data. The current observations can be seen by going to WeatherLink where you can find the AONB Office or the Archbishop Hutton’s Primary School data.
Other local stations can be viewed on the Weather Underground website where you can also get a forecast if you are planning a visit to the area in the next few days.
Any Landscape Trust member who has access to a Windows or Apple computer can apply to the Secretary for the software to get access to all the data, which is based on frequent observations of temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, sunshine, wind and rain with a variety of derived information such as wind chill.
For those wishing to understand our fascinating micro-climate in more detail, click on the symbols below to see the latest available data.