- Conserve and enhance the landscape of the AONB
- Ensure that traditional rural trades and crafts such as woodland coppicing, charcoal making and hedge laying are kept alive
- Offer young people opportunities to gains practical countryside skills and enhance their job opportunities
- Encourage and enable people of all abilities to get out and explore the countryside, towns and villages of the area
- Provide opportunities for all ages to learn about the wonderful landscape, wildlife, history, archaeology and culture of the area
- Foster the creative interpretation of the area using the amazing creative talent that exists
- Promote the area as a green tourism destination for those who might want to come to walk, ride or cycle or learn about the area
- Offer a wide range of volunteering opportunities
Time commitment: It is envisaged that once the charity has been set up it will meet approximately 6 times a year though some of these may be ‘virtual’ meetings by Skype or telephone.
Expenses: Reasonable expenses for travel to meetings may be able to be claimed
For an Information Pack, please contact Shirley Merrick on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01725 517417.
For an informal chat contact Linda Nunn, AONB Director on email@example.com or 01725 517417
Closing Date: 2nd March 2015
Interviews: end March/April 2015 (TBC)