Chiltern Double 50 is back!

This popular brew celebrating 50 years of the Chilterns AONB and Chiltern Society is back for February. Available in the Chiltern Brewery shop and in local pubs. It's a rich, dark amber ale which went down a storm last year. Every pint sold helps protect our lovely countryside!

 

 

 

 

Design Awards 2016

Nominate a new, restored or extended building in the Chilterns area for this year's Chilterns Buildings Design Awards. Let's celebrate the best examples of good design and construction in our beautiful landscape. Deadline for entries: March 1st!

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Skills courses 2016

Why not learn something new in 2016? Get to grips with the skill of maintaining and restoring fruit trees, or find out about the wealth of historic features in our local woodlands. You'll gain lots of knowledge on a day out in a beautiful Chilterns location.

Orchard Tree Pruning day

Woodland Archaeology Workshops

 

An area of outstanding natural beauty

The Chiltern Hills stretch from the River Thames in Oxfordshire to Hitchin in Hertfordshire and are nationally-protected as some of the finest countryside in the UK. They're a fantastic place to explore all year round.

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What's on

50 Things Guided Walk

Date: 7 February 2016

Join the Rangers for a family walk at Dunstable Downs and enjoy some fun activities


Snowdrop Teas in Swyncombe

Date: 7 February 2016

Bird ringing at the Wildlife Trust

Date: 13 February 2016

Learn to lay a hedge

starts 13 February 2016

Snowdrop Teas in Swyncombe

Date: 13 February 2016

Snowdrop Teas in Swyncombe

Date: 14 February 2016


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Interested in volunteering?

If you'd like to get involved in caring for the Chilterns, or promoting its special character to the public, there are plenty of opportunities. Take a look at what's on offer - there's something to suit everyone!

Volunteering

Woodland Advice

Do you own or manage a small woodland? The Chiltern Woodlands Project offers help with management plans, felling advice, surveys, grant applications and much more. Director John Morris has over 30 years experience in woodland management.

 

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