Welcome to the Limestone Landscapes Partnership
The Magnesian Limestone Plateau is a wide area stretching almost from Tyne to Tees and from the coast to central Durham. The area is unique, with common themes and patterns in the landscape and strong links between natural and cultural heritage.
The Limestone Landscapes Partnership is working with many different people to conserve the landscapes, wildlife and rich heritage of the Magnesian Limestone and enable communities to learn about, enjoy and celebrate their local area.
View our map of the Limestone Landscapes project area.
May 2013 newsletter now ready!
We have now got our latest newsletter ready. Please download May 2013 Newsletter.pdf (8 pages, 868 kb) and have a look to see what we have been working on over the last three months. You can also find out what's on over the summer and get ideas of where to go in the spring weather.
Limestone Landscapes WildWatch
As part of the Village Atlas project we want your help to find out what wildlife is around your settlement. To find out more about this project and how you can get involved please see our WildWatch pages.
Village Atlas Training Days
As part of the Village Atlas project we are running a series of training days and walks to help people learn more about their local area. For more information please see our Village Atlas Training Days page.
Check out our new project videos to find out more about our work.
We are starting to plan our events for the year and will be listing them as they come. We have added new guided walks on the geology of the Magnesian Limestone, conservation events and an exhibition. You can find more details on our What's On page.
We now have a short film of our work online! Look here to view our 14 minute film.
We now have details of all our projects listed with details of our work. Please have a look and if you want more information please contact us.