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Cranborne Chase AONB
Overlapping Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire & Somerset extraordinarily rich beautiful landscapes today, as in the past.
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Mark Hartstone May 17
Still time to book accomodation for , there is too much to see and listen to for a days outing, so make a proper break of it . Several nationally significant Neolithic earth works are close by too.
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La Fosse Cranborne May 17
You do not need to be ornithologists to enjoy the wildlife and countryside around us. We have maps, boots, binoculars, bikes for you to borrow to help you make the most of the for both day & night, .
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Natural England May 16
As part of the 25 Year Environment Plan we're establishing a Nature Recovery Network aiming to create 500,000 ha of new green space in cities and countryside which will connect our very best sites that are important for wildlife and people.
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 17
Ancient Landscape to Be Brought Back to Life - Visit Dorset:
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 17
Being outdoors, seeing the sky and hearing birdsong (skylarks in this clip) are for mental wellbeing. It’s better if you can actually get out there, but if you can’t today then watch this instead (with…
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 15
This is great to hear
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 15
This is a great photo, thank you for sharing it
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Colin Lamond May 11
Woodruff, garlic mustard and white dead nettle in a wood near Cranborne.
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 13
Sun's out...butterflies out! These beauties were photographed at Martin Down NNR by one of our team and I'm sure you'll agree they're stunning: common blue, cinnabar moth, marsh fritillary, green hairstreak
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 11
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 11
We’re looking forward to it!
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 10
Hahah that’s exactly how we felt today - although not looking as glamorous (well, not quite!) 😂
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 10
Thank you - we're grateful for all of your support and can't wait to get started
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 10
Thanks - we can't wait to get started! 😀
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Cranborne Estate May 10
Sunrise lifting a chilly overnight over Cranborne this morning.
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 10
Find out more about our amazing Landscape Partnership Project now we've been awarded a £1.68million grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund -
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 10
Thank you for a great piece this morning on the news of our grant from for our Chase & Chalke initiative - this is an aerial photo of The Dorset Cursus, the two lines running up from the bottom show its course - pretty amazing!
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 10
Thank you , Super Natured, La Folia, Chalke Valley History Trust, J.P.Marland Charitable Trust for support & turning our grant into £2.7million
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 9
We're thrilled to announce that we've been awarded a £1.68million grant from for our Cranborne Chase & Chalke Valley Partnership Scheme, we can't wait to get started. Thank you National Lottery players for making this possible
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Cranborne Chase AONB May 8
Replying to @JoAnnunaki @ballywhooo
Amazing photos - thank you for sharing them 😊
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