Find walks and trails to enjoy, beaches to play on, great local food, activities for all ages and rich local history.
Our work to conserve and enhance the landscape, heritage, wildlife and communities of the AONB.
All across the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) there are individuals, businesses, groups and organisations who support our work and deeply value the local landscape, cultural heritage and biodiversity.
Each has pledged a commitment to living and working in ways that promote sustainability and help to protect the environment – together they are our Ambassadors.
If you are interested in supporting, celebrating and looking after the East Devon AONB, you’re invited to become an Ambassador too.
To all landowners and managers who farm within East Devon AONB, Blackdown Hills AONB, and the Axe catchment (including a part of Dorset AONB). On behalf of East Devon AONB, Blackdown Hills AONB and Dorset AONB, Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) - South West...
The Grey long eared bat needs our help. With as few as 1000 bats, located in 8 main maternity roosts spread across the south of England, we need to act now to prevent their extinction in the UK. We’ve committed to doing the best we can for this rare mammal locally,...
In England and Wales, our finest landscapes have been conserved through designation as National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs). The East Devon AONB was designated in 1963 and is one of the 46 AONBs situated across the UK.
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The East Devon AONB Partnership is a joint initiative funded by the Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs, East Devon District Council & Devon County Council. The Partnership is a member of the National Association for AONBs.