About Us

Who Are We?

A Forgotten Landscape

A Forgotten Landscape was a large-scale natural and cultural heritage project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund Landscape Partnership Scheme, which ran from early 2015 to late 2018. The project sought to conserve and enhance the Lower Severn Vale Levels, while improving community access to and engagement with the area’s unique natural and cultural heritage.

Working in partnership

Our partners were South Gloucestershire Council, Avon Wildlife Trust, Bristol City Council, Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre, Environment Agency, Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group Southwest, Natural England, RSPB, the Conservation Volunteers, University of the West of England and a community representative.

Other Landscape Partnership Schemes

While A Forgotten Landscape has come to an end, you may still be able to get involved in various other Landscape Partnership Schemes in the South West. Foresters’ Forest runs until 2020, Living Levels runs until 2021 and Bathscape runs until 2023.

Get in Touch

  • Follow us on Twitter or find us on Facebook
  • Sign up to our bi-monthly newsletter. Missed an issue? Browse back issues here
  • Send us an email at afl@southglos.gov.uk
  • Call Miriam Woolnough on 01454 863886 or Amy Roberts on 01454 863650. We are both available on Mondays and Tuesdays.
  • Or write to us at:

A Forgotten Landscape
South Gloucestershire Council
Dept for Environment & Community Services
South Gloucestershire Council Offices
Badminton Road
Yate
Bristol
BS37 5AF

Katie, Miriam, Emma, and Rebecca

© 2019 A Forgotten Landscape: A Heritage Lottery Fund Landscape Partnership Scheme.

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