Winter; a time to snuggle up in front of the fire? Not anymore. Here's four traditional techniques our rangers, volunteers and fellow conservation charities get up to over winter to help keep the countryside healthy, beautiful and rich in wildlife.
That magical time of year between Christmas Day and New Year's Eve, where opportunities for days out are endless. Take a look at what's going on, with ideas to help you get outside and enjoy the last bit of the festive season.
Peaceful wide open spaces, far reaching views, crisp air and the crunch of frosty grass make walking at this time of year magical. After over-indulging on Christmas Day, a refreshing Boxing Day or New Year's walk is exactly what's needed.
Whether you’re looking for fuel to kick-start a chilly ramble on the coast, or are returning from a gentle stroll in the woods, you’ll find that these cafés and tea-rooms are great places to warm up and enjoy a treat or two.
Discover what you can do on Exmoor, Dartmoor and the Jurassic Coast, what you'll find in the Cotswolds and the English Riviera, and what you can do around Bath & Bristol, Plymouth and Exeter.
We love talking to our supporters, after all we wouldn't be here without you. Join our communities where we talk about coast, countryside, caring for houses, gardens & woods in the South West (and the odd slice of cake).
If you're looking for somewhere to stay on your next break to the South West, we've got lots to choose from.
There are cabins by the sea, cosy cottages in the hills, manor houses and even a lighthouse or two.
When nature and wildlife can move freely between habitats, they flourish. Without this freedom, they suffer. Our coastal ambition is to join up the coastline, working with partners to make a link around the coast so wildlife can prosper.