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NEW MEMBER SOUGHT FOR COTSWOLDS CONSERVATION BOARD

The organisation that exists to conserve and enhance the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the Cotswolds Conservation Board, is in the process of recruiting a new Board member.

GRANTS AVAILABLE FOR PROJECTS THAT HELP TO CONSERVE AND ENHANCE THE COTSWOLDS

NEW BOARD MEMBER SOUGHT FOR COTSWOLDS CONSERVATION BOARD

EUROPEANS TAKE PART IN 'FACT FINDING MISSION' TO THE COTSWOLDS.

Decision makers from protected landscapes across Europe have been finding out how people live and work in the Cotswolds as part of a four day conference in Oxford.

COTSWOLDS VILLAGES AND TOWNS ENCOURAGED TO ACCESS GRANTS SCHEME THAT CONSERVES LOCAL FEATURES

UPDATE AUGUST 2006

BEER LAUNCHED TO CELEBRATE 40TH

Hook Norton Brewery has produced a celebratory beer to mark 40 years of protected landscape status for the Cotswolds.

VILLAGES AND TOWNS CAN ACCESS GRANTS SCHEME THAT CONSERVES LOCAL FEATURES

Small project area extended to cover 790 sq miles

WORKING TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

A woodland classroom has been created at a Cotswolds School with help from the Cotswolds Conservation Board.

ATTEMPT TO PULL RARE BUTTERFLY BACK FROM BRINK OF EXTINCTION

Conservationists are working to save a rare butterfly population in the Cotswolds.

HOOK NORTON BREWERY LAUNCHES SPECIAL BEER TO CELEBRATE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COTSWOLDS AONB

COTSWOLD BUSINESSES MOVE TOWARDS A GREENER FUTURE

A green tourism initiative designed to reduced any negative environmental impact that tourism may have on the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, (AONB) has seen hotels, B and B's and self catering cottages all across West Oxfordshire take stock of their environmental credentials

NEW OUTDOOR WOODLAND CLASSROOM WILL HELP RAISE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS IN URBAN SCHOOLS

GREEN AWARDS FOR ECO-FRIENDLY COTSWOLD BUSINESSES

DRYSTONE WALLING COURSES HELP BOOST AN INTEREST IN CONSERVATION WORK ACROSS THE COTSWOLDS

LANDOWNERS INVITED TO WORK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CONSERVATION GROUPS IN COTSWOLDS TO SECURE FUTURE FOR RARE BUTTERFLY

COTSWOLDS CONSERVATION BOARD URGES CAUTION AS BATH UNIVERSITY MOVES CLOSER TO DEVELOPING SITE WITHIN AONB

UPDATE APRIL/MAY 2006

STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS & ANNUAL AUDIT LETTER

H.R.H THE PRINCE OF WALES GIVES A MESSAGE OF SUPPORT FOR THE COTSWOLDS AONB ON ITS 40th ANNIVERSARY

RENEWABLE ENERGY AND THE LANDSCAPE: THE WAY FORWARD FOR THE COTSWOLDS

The Cotswolds Conservation Board outlines its stance on renewable energy. A study is launched into appropriate forms of green energy sources.

Using buses and trains is easier than you think!

New information has just been published about how to enjoy the Cotswolds without using a car.

Gateways in Oxfordshire

You've arrived in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty when you see the new gateway signs.

Grants for walls and grassland

Grants awarded as part of 'Caring for the Cotswolds' project

Keeping traditional skills alive

Learn how to hedgelay with the Cotswolds Conservation Board

Walling Courses 2005

Learn how to build a dry stone wall

Local distinctiveness grants

A new grant scheme has been launched to help protect locally distinct features in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

THOUSANDS OF HOURS WORKED BY COTSWOLD VOLUNTARY WARDENS

Wardens' hours for 2004/05

CASH ON OFFER IN THE COTSWOLDS

Sustainable Development Fund

NORTH COTSWOLDS HEDGELAYING COMPETITION

WALLING COURSES ENCOURAGE CONSERVATION IN COTSWOLDS

CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF AONB STATUS

THOUSANDS OF HOURS WORKED BY COTSWOLD VOLUNTARY WARDENS

Figures released for 2004/05

CASH ON OFFER

New money from the Sustainable Devlopment Fund

RENEWABLE ENERGY

Renewable energy and the Landscape: The way forward for the Cotswolds.

GRANTS FOR THE COTSWOLDS

Grassland and dry stone wall grants awarded

WALKS AND EVENTS

Our latest programme of walks and events for 2004

YOU'VE ARRIVED IN THE COTSWOLDS!

New 'gateway' signs in Oxfordshire show the boundary of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

LIVESTOCK FARMING IS KEY TO PROTECTING GRASSLANDS

GREEN TOURISM SCHEME

New scheme in West Oxfordshire

TRADITIONAL SKILLS PUT TO TEST

Dates for Dry Stone Walling & Hedgelaying Competitions

HEDGELAYING TRAINING COURSES

Details of our hedgelaying courses for this year.

EXPLORE THE COTSWOLDS BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Our updated Explorer Guide!

UPDATE

GUIDED WALKS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Join the Cotswold Voluntary Wardens on one of their guided walks and make the most of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS

Statutory notice of Public Rights

LOCAL DISTINCTIVENESS GUIDE

See a comprehensive report which sets out what makes the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty different from other parts of the country

NORTH COTSWOLDS HEDGELAYING COMPETITION

Hedgelayers took part in the competition on Saturday 20 November at Great Rissington, Gloucestershire.

SEE DRY STONE WALLERS AT WORK

On Sunday 12 September at the annual Cotswolds Dry Stone Walling Competition being held at Nympsfield, near Stroud in Gloucestershire