The Partnership has the task of increasing public understanding and enjoyment of the AONB, and fostering the social and economic well-being of its local communities.
The Council of Partners meets three times a year, usually visiting village and town halls around the North Wessex Downs. It adopted a Corporate Strategy that provides a framework for the development and activities of the North Wessex Downs AONB Partnership in its widest sense – in summary, what it is for and how it will achieve its aims. The Corporate Strategy can be found here.
The Council of Partners consists of 35 members in total. The nine local authorities whose areas make up the North Wessex Downs are represented by elected councillors and officers. The National Farmers’ Union and the Country Land and Business Association are members, while 12 places are open to nominees from the community representing five interest groups: community and parish; farming and rural business; historic environment; recreation and tourism and nature conservation. Natural England represents central government.
We have vacancies for members of the community with knowledge of and passion for nature conservation, heritage, recreation or tourism. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Susan Clarke at email@example.com for more information.
Tuesday 9th March 2021
Tuesday 6th July 2021
Tuesday 9th November 2021