Monthly Archives: February 2011

A big thanks to the Veolia Volunteers

A big thanks to the Veolia volunteers that went out with the AONB team and Geoff from Etching Hill to help clean up the litter and glass that had been left on the hill. The team spent 2 hours sweeping … Continue reading

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Cllr Doug Davis

It is with great regret that we have to report the death of the Vice Chairman of the Cannock Chase AONB Partnership’s Joint Committee, Cllr Doug Davis. Doug was our longest standing committee member and a great stalwart of the … Continue reading

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Cannock Chase AONB launches memberships

If you love Cannock Chase AONB, and wonder how you can give something back to help conserve and improve the beautiful, but endangered habitat, you might be interested in becoming a member of the AONB.  Cannock Chase AONB is proud … Continue reading

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Visitor Survey 2010-2011

Thanks to all our valuable volunteers who have been out in all weather conditions surveying people locally to help us get all the data required for our survey. The survey is a really important piece of work as it enables … Continue reading

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AONB awareness days

Willow Weaving Day – don’t miss out! April 28th 9:30am – 3pm Don’t miss out on your chance to try your hand at the ancient craft of willow weaving. Join Emma and Riverwoods at the Bothy on Shugborough Estate to … Continue reading

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Veolia Volunteers

Volunteers from Veolia have been out and about in the AONB recently doing crucial habitat management skills. They were last seen at Hednesford Hills on Thursday doing heathland work. Over the next 12 months Veolia are doing a wide range … Continue reading

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