The Chilterns Conservation Board is the public body established to conserve and enhance the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Using the links on the left you can find out more about the Board’s role, its members, meetings and publications. You can read the Chilterns AONB Management Plan, produced by the Board to guide the work of all those who care for the area. There is also information on grants available for projects.
Catch up on what the Board's doing by reading our latest newsletter and our flagship magazine Chalk and Trees:
Latest news, events, publications and links from the Conservation Board
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The Chilterns Conservation Board was established by Parliamentary Order in 2004. It is one of only two Conservation Boards in the country, the other being for the Cotswolds AONB. It has 27 members drawn from local communities in the Chilterns, and a staff team of 11 based in Chinnor, Oxfordshire.
There is also information about the Board’s work in the About the Chilterns section.