South Devon AONB Follaton House,
Plymouth Road, Totnes TQ9 5NE

 

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Over 2oo miles of right of way to Explore

Unspoilt coastline – including 60 miles of the South West Coast Path

Five estuaries – for wildlife, business and recreation

79% of the AONB is managed by farmers

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Over 2oo miles of right
of way to Explore

Unspoilt coastline – including 60
miles of the South West Coast Path

Five estuaries – for wildlife,
business and recreation

79% of the AONB is
managed by farmers

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Welcome to South Devon AONB

In recognition of its special qualities South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1960.

One of 46 AONBs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and a member of the National Association for AONBs, these protected landscapes are managed through local Partnerships on behalf of the nation.

 

South Devon AONB is one of a family of protected landscapes in the UK. With the guidance of a Partnership Committee, the AONB Team work to enhance South Devon’s outstanding beauty, for which the designation was applied. The special qualities of South Devon AONB include its rugged coastline, sandy beaches, secretive estuaries, patchwork countryside and historic villages – to name but a few!

 

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Special Qualities

Welcome to South Devon AONB

In recognition of its special qualities South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1960.

One of 46 AONBs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and a member of the National Association for AONBs, these protected landscapes are managed through local Partnerships on behalf of the nation.

 

South Devon AONB is one of a family of protected landscapes in the UK. With the guidance of a Partnership Committee, the AONB Team work to enhance South Devon’s outstanding beauty, for which the designation was applied. The special qualities of South Devon AONB include its rugged coastline, sandy beaches, secretive estuaries, patchwork countryside and historic villages – to name but a few!

 

Find out more here:

Special Qualities
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Following the PMs announcement we wanted to update you on our 60 at 60 campaign to get Devon Young Carers out in the AONB for some much needed respite days this summer.
We have raised £1740 towards our target of £6000!
Massive thanks to all those who have walked the path so far and their generous sponsors. Peter Sandover and his wife Jane walked the path in 8 days!! He is happy to share their plan, if anyone would like the details. Thanks also for business donations and to Kingswear Parish, Ugborough Parish and Totnes Town Council for their £25.
We now need your help to ensure we raise the remaining funds.
Due to the lock-down restrictions we've extended the deadline until 30th June - so when it's permitted please lace up your boots and get walking!
The 60 miles of The South West Coast Path will help you connect to nature, relax, exercise, and take time away from the stresses of daily life, not to mention the stunning views of our special landscape and knowing you're helping an important cause.
Also if you know of a business that might help please let us know.
For further info on the campaign please see: www.southdevonaonb.org.uk/60at60/

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