A drop-in session for the Local Action Group (LAG) is being held in the Old Wesleyan Chapel, St. Mary’s from 3-5pm Friday 25th July for businesses, community groups and stakeholders in Scilly who would like to know how to get involved with shaping the Islands’ future.
Join AONB Staff, and historians Marc and Katie, as we find out about life in Scilly during WWI. We have an exciting programme packed full of games and activities, including a trip to Tresco to find evidence of the seaplane base. We will also become inventors and create technologies to help win the war.
The AONB Partnership is pleased to be working with the Council of the Isles of Scilly to develop street signage for St Mary’s. The welcome addition of discrete, appropriately designed signs will allow visitors to Scilly the opportunity to effectively explore and enjoy the Island.
Every five years the AONB Management Plan is reviewed to set out the AONB Partnership’s priorities for this outstanding landscape.
The AONB Partnership will soon be developing the 2015-2020 Plan for Scilly.
Public consultation is a vital part of this process and both residents and visitors to Scilly will have the opportunity to input into the new AONB Management Plan during a series of public consultations. These public consultations are due to begin in the summer of 2014.