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  1. Become a Dedham Vale Youth Ranger

    By Cathy Smith on November 8th, 2013

    Do you want to become a Dedham Vale Youth Ranger? As a Youth Ranger you will learn all about coppicing, habitat creation and wildlife gardening. This is done through practical conservation, bush craft activities and outdoor pursuits.   It is a …

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  2. Non-Native Invasive Plants........ Let's Get Recording!

    By Matt Holden on September 1st, 2013

    Non-Native Invasive Plants........ Let's Get Recording!

    The Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley Project held an evening event on Non-Native Invasive Plants in the Stour Valley on the 3rd of July 2013 at The Granary, Sudbury.  The event covered the ecology of the key Non-Native Invasive Plants (NNIP) that …

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  3. Non-Native Invasive Plants in the Stour Valley. Spring 2013 Newsletter

    By Cathy Smith on March 15th, 2013

    Following the well attended meeting on Non-Native Invasive Plants (NNIPs) in the Stour Valley last year the Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley Project have been continuing to tackle the issue of key NNIPs in the Stour valley. The forum meeting in …

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  4. A new role and a new project. River enhancement in the Stour Valley.

    By Matt Holden on January 2nd, 2013

    River restoration in the Stour Valley! A new partnership project begins between the DVSVP and the EA.... The Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley Project (DVSVP) has just taken on Matthew Holden as a new member of the team. Matt will be taking on the …

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  5. Walks Off The Stour Valley Path

    By Cathy Smith on December 21st, 2012

    Winter Walking At Its Best! And Anytime of course… A series of five FREE Walks Off The Stour Valley Path haveb been launched by the Dedham Vale Areaof Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), encouraging everyone to ‘get out’ and enjoy …

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  6. Greenest County Awards 2013

    By Cathy Smith on December 21st, 2012

    Now in their sixth year, the Creating the Greenest County Awards are an annual event that highlight the excellent environmental achievements that are ongoing within communities, businesses and schools across Suffolk, from protecting our natural …

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  7. Ash Tree Disease - Useful Weblinks

    By Cathy Smith on December 20th, 2012

    Reporting cases of Chalara fraxinea Please report suspected cases of the disease to one of the following:Forest Research: 01420 23000 ddas.ah@forestry.gsi.gov.ukForestry Commission: 0131 314 6414plant.health@forestry.gsi.gov.ukFera: 01904 …

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  8. Suffolk Food & Drink Awards 2012

    By Cathy Smith on November 22nd, 2012

    We are proud to announce Cafe 1885 at Snape Maltings as the winner of the AONB 'Eat the View' category at the 2012 EADT Food and Drink Awards (FADA). The award was to recognise a business dealing in the growing, production or retail of food within …

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  9. Ash Tree Disease - Chalara

    By Cathy Smith on November 6th, 2012

    Government Action on Ash Tree Disease Chalara Hundreds of staff members from government agencies will be out checking sites across the UK for signs of the tree disease Chalara ash dieback this weekend. It’s one of several actions to emerge from a …

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  10. National Grid's Bramford to Twinstead Electricity Transmission Proposals

    By Dedham Vale AONB on July 26th, 2012

    Response from the Chairman of the Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley Partnership. National Grid’s much anticipated Connections Options Report relating to how the Bramford to Twinstead new electricity connection across the nationally protected …

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