The SOS 10th AGM will be held on Wednesday 5th April at the Suffolk Food Hall from 7pm.
We are delighted to have John Lyall and Peter Dent as guest speakers who will be speaking about the East Bergholt Neighbourhood Plan.
If you wish to attend, please contact Emma on email@example.com
We are fortunate to live in or near to the Shotely Penisula and enjoy its delightful countryside.
The Stour and Orwell Society, set up in 2007, aims to preserve and enhance this Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty (AONB) working with local communities and the appropriate authorites.
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a landscape which is considered so precious that it is protected for the nation.
Royal Hospital School, Stutton.
The criteria for designating an AONB include valuable wildlife, habitats, geology and heritage, as well as scenic views.
There are 40 AONBs in England and Wales. AONBs have existed since 1949.
The natural fabric of these important places is fragile, so the primary purpose of all AONBs is to conserve and enhance the landscape.
The care of AONBs is entrusted to the local authorities, organisations, community groups and the people who live and work within them.