Stiperstones and Corndon Hill Country is a beautiful upland area that crosses the Welsh English border between the Shropshire Hills and Montgomeryshire.

The Landscape Partnership Scheme ran over five years (April 2013 – April 2018) to conserve and enhance the local heritage and wildlife, raise awareness, and provide opportunities to all for involvement, access and learning.

Follow the link to download the summary report and final evaluation:

Summary of Achievement, 2013-2018

End of Scheme Evaluation Report, March 2018

Impact story, Traineeship

Impact story, Poles Coppice

Impact story, Marches Meadow Group

Impact story, Friends of Castle Pulverbatch

The Scheme ran fifteen projects which were divided between four programmes reflecting the special qualities of the area.  Some of the projects have evolved through other groups and organisations. To find out more follow this link http://www.stiperstonesandcorndon.co.uk/2018/03/sign-keep-touch-local-project/

It brought together local people, groups, organisations and professionals from England and Wales, and covered an area bounded by the settlements of Churchstoke, Chirbury, Minsterley, Pontesbury, Bridges, Wentnor and Norbury – see map below.  (click on map to expand)

Scheme area Map (from leaflet)

The Scheme was supported by Heritage Lottery and other funders, and ended in April 2018.