The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covers almost a quarter of Shropshire. It's a living landscape, loved by locals and visitors alike for its quality of environment, rich history, and for walking, relaxation and inspiration.
This website will help you to find out about what’s special about the Shropshire Hills, ideas for enjoying and exploring, and work being carried out to look after the AONB and promote its qualities.
Is the AONB open this weekend?
How do I get there by public transport?
Where can I park & do I have to pay?
Where can I walk? What activities can I do?
It's important to follow the Countryside Code when you are out and about in the Shropshire Hills to keep everyone and the environment safe.
Conservation Fund open for applications
Grants in the range of £500 – £2,000.
This is a small grant pot, administered by the Shropshire Hills AONB Trust, which can award up to £2,000 towards local projects that help to conserve, enhance and raise awareness of the Shropshire Hills. The work carried out needs to be either within the AONB, or directly benefiting it.
Deadline for expressions of interest is 22nd February 2021.
News & Activities
Frost Fair, Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre
Recruiting - project officers for national commons project
Restoring Shropshire’s Verges Project
Shropshire Hills Young Rangers Starting Soon!
Recruiting Farm Advisor for Clun Catchment
Shropshire & Covid 19, October update
The AONB Partnership office is closed.
The team is continuing to work from home in line with Government guidance. Our phone numbers operate through our laptops, so you can ring us, and email.
If you have a query, please email or leave a voice message for the relevant team member and they’ll reply as soon as they are able.
Best wishes, The Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership team