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Olympic Torch visits Henley and Nettlebed

10 July 2012

Torchbearers including Sir Steve Redgrave carried the Olympic Flame through the Chilterns today

Steve Redgrave

Olympic Torch comes to the Chilterns!

06 July 2012

The Olympic Torch will be passing through the Chilterns area on Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th July

Olympic torch

Call to protect ancient woodland welcomed

05 July 2012

More protection for ancient woodlands and public forests say experts

beech trees

Boost for rural economy of Chilterns

22 June 2012

A grant to the Chilterns Tourism Network will help to encourage more visitors to spend short breaks in the Chilterns.

Cyclists at a pub

Water-saving still essential to help rivers

19 June 2012

Despite the end of the hosepipe ban in the Thames Water area, local rivers are still suffering from low groundwater levels

£1 million boost to cycling tourism

30 May 2012

A £1 million project to attract visitors to enjoy cycling breaks in the Chilterns is going ahead.

Cyclists at Wormsley

Revive the Wye finds unexploded bomb in local river

21 May 2012

Revive the Wye volunteers make a worrying discovery in the River Wye.

Police appeal after red kites illegally poisoned

09 May 2012

Police are investigating two separate incidents of red kites being poisoned in the northern Chilterns.

red kite

HS2 is economic basket case

17 April 2012

The recent damning report on passenger numbers and costs for High Speed 1 is another nail in the coffin for HS2

Planning reforms better for Chilterns

30 March 2012

The Government’s new planning polices published on Tuesday are a great improvement on their earlier version.

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