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We have a wide range of fantastic events and activities to help you explore the beautiful Chilterns.

From skill building workshops and night time glow worm walks, to family bushcraft days, afternoons on the farm and even visits to local breweries, we're sure to offer something for you to enjoy!

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July 2018
£6 - £12

Family Bushcraft – Fire Craft & Survival Shelters

July 29 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bottom Wood, Near Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire HP14 3XD United Kingdom

Build a survival shelter using just the natural resources from the woodlands and learn exciting fire lighting methods during this Family Bushcraft session.  We will explore methods such as fire by electricity, sparks, flint and steel then blowing a tinder bundle into flame.   This event is aimed at families with children from the age of 7 years upwards.  Sessions are run so that families learn together, with everyone actively involved and parents assisting with their children’s learning.  Please come appropriately dressed…

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August 2018
£16 - £18

Country Ramble and Pub Lunch – Bledlow & Lodge Hill

August 17 @ 9:45 am - 2:00 pm
The Lions of Bledlow, Church End
Bledlow, Bucks United Kingdom

An opportunity to explore two of the major routes in the area, The Ridgeway and The Chiltern Way. We will take in breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside from the top of Lodge Hill before finishing with a delicious lunch at the Lions of Bledlow pub. The walk will be around 5 miles with a total ascent of around 160m. Easy walking on good paths and along quiet lanes. There are four stiles, one of which is a little high.…

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£50 - £60

Whittling and Woodcraft

August 25 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Captain’s Wood, Chesham, Buckinghamshire HP5 2XJ United Kingdom

Working in a lovely woodland setting, you will spend the day learning to create a range of wooden utensils. The course will start with a short guided woodland walk, to gather the materials you will need for the projects. You will learn to identify specific trees, understand their properties and uses, and which are best suited for carving utensils. All tools needed, will be provided for the duration of this course, and you’ll be using carving techniques under the expert…

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September 2018
£2 - £4

Cholesbury Heritage Walk

September 22 @ 10:15 am - 12:00 pm
The Village Hall, Cholesbury Common
Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire HP23 6ND

A gentle, one mile fascinating walk around the village of Cholesbury that will include a guided visit to our very own Iron Age hillfort and a stroll across the beautiful Cholesbury Common. Your knowledgeable guide from the local history group will tell you all about the history of the village, its notable buildings and interesting people.  This walk will last approximately 1.5 hours.

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£6 - £11

Roald Dahl Guided Trail & Cream Tea

September 22 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre, 81-83 High Street
Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire HP16 0AL United Kingdom

A family walk for all ages, exploring the charming Chilterns village of Great Missenden. See the places that inspired Roald Dahl and feature in the stories, including Danny’s dad’s petrol pumps from Danny, the Champion of the World, Sophie’s ‘norphange’ from The BFG, and Matilda’s library. Stroll up picturesque Church Street and follow the BFG footsteps to Roald Dahl’s grave. Come back to the Museum Café for a scrumdiddlyumptious cream tea with homemade scones and Bogtrotter cake!    

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£6 - £11

Roald Dahl Guided Trail & Cream Tea

September 22 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre, 81-83 High Street
Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire HP16 0AL United Kingdom

A family walk for all ages, exploring the charming Chilterns village of Great Missenden. See the places that inspired Roald Dahl and feature in the stories, including Danny’s dad’s petrol pumps from Danny, the Champion of the World, Sophie’s ‘norphange’ from The BFG, and Matilda’s library. Stroll up picturesque Church Street and follow the BFG footsteps to Roald Dahl’s grave. Come back to the Museum Café for a scrumdiddlyumptious cream tea with homemade scones and Bogtrotter cake!    

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