Beacons of the Past – 2020 in Review
A look back over the year
Read about what our volunteers have achieved this year, and catch up on workshops and talks you might have missed.
How about a New Year’s Resolution to help out with recording and protecting archaeology for future generations?Read more about BoTP in 2020
Gentle Giants, a blog by Mary Tebje for National Mills Weekend
Landscape plays a huge role in determining the form and function of buildings, not least windmills and watermills. Having just...
Highlights from the Chess Valley Heritage Day
Did you know that copper needs to be heated to temperatures of about 11000C before it can be cast into...
The Heart of the Chilterns: Volunteers #6, Susan Holmes, Woodlanders Lives Researcher
Hazel spent a year learning butterfly, bird and plants identification and survey methodology with the 'Tracking the Impact' project.
Outstanding Chilterns Magazine
Jam-packed with news and updates from the AONB, now available to read online or find out where to get a printed copy.
Find out more about volunteering in the Chilterns - indoor, outdoor, practical or desk based there's something for everyone, whatever age or stage! Use our interactive volunteering hub to find the perfect opportunity for you.