This extraordinary place is famous for its amazing wildlife, stunning scenery, and superb walks. From the seasonal abundance of butterflies to the shining sands of Morecambe Bay, the area is simply awe-inspiring – full of natural spectacles and a surprise around every corner.
We work in partnership and aim to achieve an outstanding landscape, rich in wildlife and cultural heritage; a thriving, sustainable economy and vibrant communities; and a strong connection between people and the landscape
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.
Whether you live in the AONB or are planning a visit, read on to find out what has been happening. Why not also sign up to receive our e-newsletter to ensure you are kept up to date with future events?
The AONB Partnership is the body that exists to conserve and enhance the AONB and is made up of local authorities, interest groups, national agencies and local communities, working together. The AONB Team is employed on behalf of the AONB Partnership to develop and support the implementation of the statutory AONB Management Plan.
Events in the Arnside & Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
An event by the Coppice Co-op – find out more on their Eventbrite Booking page.
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Did you know that the AONB team has been working with consultants on a detailed geology audit across the AONB & on… https://t.co/KPsYvBqKn4
Indeed a good day’s work Julia. Thanks for sharing. https://t.co/hCXdyP91Gw
If you are out and about in the AONB today - enjoy. Walking or exercising outdoors is good for your physical and me… https://t.co/XgiIcWEi7W
Brilliant time to visit Pete. https://t.co/KyQ66HdQRI
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