Conserving and Enhancing our local National Landscape
Keer to Kent Archive
The digital Keer to Kent Archive now has new editions added. More will be added shortly.
What happened to the AONB???
All of the former Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty have now been renamed National Landscapes in order to emphasise their importance as national assets. You can read more about this change on the Arnside and Silverdale National Landscape Partnership website
Ann Kitchen has kindly supplied a series of Photoshop mock-ups, appropriately overlaid onto contemporary photographs of the location to illustrate the likely visual impact of the proposed new development at Sandside.
A dramatic rescue at Sandside in 2013, captured on camera by June Harrison, is retold by Adrian Walker.
Brown Hairstreak butterfly has been recorded in and near to Coldwell Parrock and Gait Barrows NNR over recent years. This has generated great interest and discussion, as Tom Dunbar explains.
The new meadows occupy a key bridging position in the local mosaic of reserves, providing the missing link between our reserves and those of our neighbours.