Your Valley, Your Views – Have your say on the next Plan for the Tamar Valley

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The Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) team invites you to share your thoughts & ideas, as they move towards the next 5 years in conserving & enhancing this special landscape.

Meet the team at one of the following venues, or if you’d rather make your views known from the comfort of your own home, please visit www.tamarvalley.org.uk/consultation between 19th October and 15th December.

 

  • Saturday 19th October, 11am – 4pm

Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, nr Torpoint

 

  • Saturday 26th October, 9am – 12noon

Tavistock Library

 

  • Saturday 2nd November, 9am – 12noon

Stoke Climsland Village Market, The Old School

 

  • Saturday 9th November, 12:30pm – 5pm

The Long Gallery Café Bar, St Germans

 

  • Saturday 16th November, 9am – 12noon

Tamar Valley Centre, Drakewalls, nr Gunnislake

 

  • Sunday 24th November, 8am – 12:30pm

Bere Ferrers Parish Hall foyer, Bere Alston

 

Hard copies of the Plan will also be available to view from 19th October – 15th December at parish/town councils, one stop shops and libraries throughout the Tamar Valley.

Chair of the Tamar Valley AONB Partnership, Cllr Neil Burden, explains; “There is a requirement that local authorities review and produce a management plan for each AONB in their area every five years.  In order that we deliver this statutory edict and receive the Defra grant we, the Tamar Valley AONB Partnership, have over the last few weeks produced on behalf of the local authorities our draft plan and now share this plan for public comment.

Cllr Burden continues; “We have always been very grateful for the support we receive and once again ask that as many people as possible have their say. Do come along to the events listed or visit our website to add your comments. The period for consultation is just 8 weeks”.

Let the AONB team know what you think about the Draft Plan for your chance to win one of 2 great prizes – Basket of Local Produce from Tamar Grow Local (worth over £35), or a Cream Tea for 4 at the National Trust’s Cotehele.

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