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Ashridge Spring Trail

1 March 2015 10:00 to 30 May 2015 17:00
Take a stroll through the woodland discovering more about Spring time at Ashridge.

Woodland Archaeology Training Course

6 March 2015 10:30 to 16:00
A one day course including an illustrated talk, with maps and books, a woodland visit to see and identify archaeological features found in Pigotts Wood

The Changing Face of Farming in the Chilterns

6 March 2015 20:15 to 22:00
Come to Cholesbury and join Alison Doggett, co-author of 'The Chilterns' for this talk on the landscape history of the Chilterns

Family fun: march hares and other mysterious mammals

7 March 2015 10:00 to 13:00
Drop in for family fun at College Lake nr Tring

Circular bike ride from Red Squirrel Brewery Shop

7 March 2015
Complete a circular bike ride from Chesham and get a free pint!

Woodland Archaeology Training Course

7 March 2015 10:30 to 16:00
A one day course including an illustrated talk, with maps and books, a woodland visit to see and identify archaeological features found in Pigotts Wood

Guided walk at College Lake

8 March 2015 10:30 to 12:30
Discover the secrets of College Lake reserve near Tring

Circular bike ride from Red Squirrel Brewery

14 March 2015
Enjoy a ride through the Chilterns from Potten End and return for a free pint!

Talk: wildlife in the frozen far north and far south

17 March 2015 19:45 to 21:45
Discover wildlife of the poles at this talk in Great Missenden

Volunteer morning at therapeutic horticulture centre

28 March 2015 10:00 to 12:00
Find out more about helping this green-fingered charity in Wendover

In search of spring flowers

28 March 2015
A guided walk at Dancersend nature reserve near Tring

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Woodland Archaeology Days

6th and 7th March 2015

 

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Discover the fascinating past of our Chiltern woodlands in the company of expert John Morris from the Chiltern Woodlands Project. What are those lumps and bumps and what do they tell us about how people used the woods in centuries past? Walk around ancient Pigotts Wood near High Wycombe and become enlightened!

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