Programme of events for the Quantock Experience week at Halsway Manor, to celebrate 60 years of designation as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
View Annual reports from the Quantock AONB Service
The Quantock Hills AONB Service now has a Greater Quantock Landscape Development Fund providing grants of up to £20,000 to local communities, farmers, landowners and individuals.
The fund has been provided by EDF Energy and is part of the mitigation measures associated with the Hinkley Point C development.
Find out more about the geology of the Quantock Hills AONB, why the heathland is so important for birds, the red deer on the Quantocks and why the history of the landscape is so special.
A few things you might find interesting from organisations we work with in the Quantocks
Annual deer count results for 2010 to 2017
Downloadable documents for you to better understand the Quantock AONB and planning processes
Papers from the partnership committee the Joint Advisory Committee
This is the the Quantock Hills Management Plan 2014 - 2019. It will guide work carried out to protect and enhance the Quantock Hills by the AONB team and all our partners. It has been agreed by the Secretary of State for the Environment and adopted by Somerset County Council, West Somerset Council, Sedgemoor District Council and Taunton Deane Borough Council.
Quantock Hills Visitor Guide
a full range of leaflets from circular walks to event guides and leaflets to allow you to enjoy the best of the hills
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Ticks are becoming more common and a bite from this spider-like parasite could lead to Lyme Disease. This is a treatable infection caused by bacterium transmitted by ticks when they bite. Not every tick carries Lyme Disease and it is important to realise that the disease is relatively rare.