Chase & Chalke, the new Cranborne Chase & Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership is inviting local walkers, groups and individuals to get involved with a new walking festival taking place (18-22 September). The festival, to be launched this September, aims to encourage people to get out and about in the region’s unique landscape to discover and enjoy its rich heritage.
Cranborne Chase becomes the first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the country to be designated in its entirety as an International Dark-Sky Reserve
Read the review report to consider the next steps for National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) in England.
An exciting day of expert talks, interactive workshops, planetarium, dark sky scapes, poetry and art - in collaboration with Bournemouth University, Cranborne Chase AONB and The Cranborne Chase Landscape Trust
Star Fest 2019 was the first astronomy festival, organised by Cranborne Chase AONB, last weekend at Church Farm Sixpenny Handley
Larmer Tree Festival returns 18th – 21st July 2019.
The first Starfest event, organised by Cranborne Chase AONB, will be held on the weekend of 22-24th February 2019
The Government has asked for an independent review of England's National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs).
Every five years the AONB Management Plan is reviewed. As part of this task they have launched this public consultation to gather views on the draft Management Plan to cover the period 2019-24. This is your opportunity to make known your thoughts and ideas on this draft Plan.
Listen to podcast with Cranborne Chase Trustee William Kenealy by This is Alfred website where they discuss dark skies across the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Over the hot summer, on a location high above Ebbesborne Wake, a group started to re-profile and old Dew Pond.
A group of Trustees from Cranborne Chase Landscape Trust set up stall at this year's Gillingham and Shaftesbury Show.
This is a fantastic opportunity to help run a new charity – the Cranborne Chase Landscape Trust