• Cranborne Chase AONB Office, Rushmore Farm, Tinkley Bottom, Tollard Royal, Wiltshire, SP5 5QA  Tel: 01725 517417

Cranborne Chase AONB will launch its exciting new Augemented Reality App in 2020. Thanks to funding through the Dorset Local Action Group, part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development, the mobile app will enable people to travel back in time to explore Cranborne Chase’s ancient landscape and meet characters from the past along the way http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/rurdev/index_en.htm 


Dec 1, 2024

Please don't drive to Cranborne Chase AONB to exercise. Follow the latest Government advice on the use of green spaces during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Mar 31, 2020

Opportunity to quote for the Monitoring and Evaluation of the Cranborne Chase and Chalke Valley Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Mar 26, 2020

We're looking for someone with passion and drive to lead our new Landscape Partnership Scheme. Awarded £1.68m from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the scheme comprises of 20 new and innovative projects. If you love heritage, the arts and the great outdoors and have the experience to lead our new team, apply here

Mar 11, 2020

Dark Night Sky Advisor £23,836 pro rata (22hrs a week). Part time 3 year temporary contract

Mar 9, 2020

The Chase and Chalke Landscape Partnership, focusing on the heart of Cranborne Chase AONB, is a new, multi-partner, Heritage Lottery funded scheme running until Spring 2024.  The scheme consists of twenty projects each aimed at raising knowledge and enjoyment of the natural, historic and cultural heritage, including a Walking Festival this September.  We now have opportunities for artists for our Celebration in Silk project.

Mar 3, 2020

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.

The festival will feature a range of walks, from shorter village routes to longer hikes, each with a link to the region’s natural or social history.

Feb 28, 2020