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Carol singing at Wellington Monument – Friday 8 DecemberCarol singing at Wellington Monument – Friday 8 December

 Update: 7 December 2017We're very much looking forward to the Carols at the Wellington Monument tomorrow evening. We may even get a light dusting of s...
( Last Updated: 07-12-2017 )

New project to support native crayfish in the Blackdown Hills AONBNew project to support native crayfish in the Blackdown Hills AONB

Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership (AONB) is embarking on a new project which will help communities around the River Culm learn ...
( Last Updated: 22-11-2017 )

The repair revolution – a repair cafe for the Blackdown HillsThe repair revolution – a repair cafe for the Blackdown Hills

"I'm sorry, sir/madam, it's not worth repairing; it would be cheaper to buy a new one." How many times have you heard that phrase, I wonde...
( Last Updated: 22-11-2017 )

New conservation group at Otterhead LakesNew conservation group at Otterhead Lakes

A regular group undertaking conservation activities at Otterhead Lakes has been set up to support people less able to access physical outdoor tasks. Working i...
( Last Updated: 22-11-2017 )

Chard Memory Café art exhibition inspired by the local landscapeChard Memory Café art exhibition inspired by the local landscape

Members of Chard Memory Café have created an exhibition of autumnal art inspired by the Blackdown Hills countryside, which is now on display at Ferne Ani...
( Last Updated: 22-11-2017 )

Blackdown Hills AONB welcomes new managerBlackdown Hills AONB welcomes new manager

Tim Youngs has taken the up his post as the manager of Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Tim has more than 20 years’ experi...
( Last Updated: 17-11-2017 )

Blackdown Hills AONB spring newsletterBlackdown Hills AONB spring newsletter

Read the latest from Blackdown Hills AONB… Enjoy and learn about art inspired by our beautiful landscape at A Fragile Beauty exhibition at the Museum ...
( Last Updated: 18-04-2017 )

New volunteer coordinator for Somerset’s AONBsNew volunteer coordinator for Somerset’s AONBs

The Blackdown Hills AONB has welcomed a new volunteer co-ordinator to its team for a day each week. Sammy Fraser will be working across Somerset’s t...
( Last Updated: 11-04-2017 )

Register as a BHC Volunteer

Join our bank of Blackdown Hills Countryside Volunteers by registering here.

We may then forward your details to Volunteer Coordinators who are looking to recruit more volunteers for specific projects.

Once you have registered, you give your permission to be contacted from time to time by these coordinators, to ask if you are available to help out.

To join in with forthcoming activities go to the events calender.


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Walk, cycle and ride on our suggested routes around the Hills.

Click here to see all routes.

Planning a visit or looking for something to do this weekend? Check the Diary of Events here


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