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 discover what’s special about the Shropshire Hills, ideas for enjoying and exploring, and the work being carried out to look after the AONB and promote its qualities.
Farming in Protected Landscapes Programme
This is a new Defra funding programme from July 2021 to April 2024 aimed at farmers and land managers in England’s Protected Landscapes (AONBs and National Parks).
The programme is for one-off farming projects that can demonstrate benefits to climate, nature, people and place.
It is open to farmers, land managers and landowners (including from the private, public and charity sector) with land within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
The AONB Partnership is providing support and administering the programme locally.
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.
Shropshire Hills Shuttle Buses 2021
Saturday 3rd July – Sunday 26th September, weekends & August Bank Holiday Monday
The Buses are back on the road this summer taking passengers onto the Long Mynd, and across to the Stiperstones, helping them to explore and enjoy this beautiful part of the Shropshire Hills AONB.
Season ticket available to buy in advance, please get in touch.
We look forward to seeing you this summer!
click below for timetable, route, ticket prices and walks
Use #ParkShropshireHills for up-to-date reports on the parking situation over busy weekends.
News & Activities
Young Rangers: Spyschool,
Redlake Valley Festival - POSTPONED,
Talk: How to Manage a Hedge, Online
AONB Partnership News, September 2021
Environmental Heritage work on the Long Mynd & Clee Liberty Common…
Have your say to help Shropshire Council improve local bus services…
Churchyard project to help spread biodiversity beyond the lychgate…
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