Our six-page spread focussing on the Tamara Landscape Partnership Scheme, highlights information on the Calstock Ferry trial; reflects on the first year of Tamara Coast to Coast Way; provides an update on apprenticeships and internships as part of the Scheme; and reveals the work that has been taking place to bring our heritage alive. You’ll also find details of our brand new Tamar Valley River Festival – taking place in October this year.

Through our Farming in Protected Landscapes programme, over 50 projects have been approved so far, receiving over £700,000. The Valley showcases just four of these projects, as we work with farmers and land managers to help climate, Nature, people and place.

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Find out why we’ve changed our name from Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to National Landscape, how the Tamar Valley Centre is being given a new lease of life, details of our Strolls & Rolls routes that have opened up access, and how we’re supporting this year’s Devon Bat Survey.

We also celebrate 25 years of Buckland Monachorum’s Community Orchard, and congratulate St Germans-based Railholiday on their sustainability achievements and recent award.

Pick up your copy of The Valley from local outlets in and around the Tamar Valley, or view online here.

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