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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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February 2020

£19

Country Ramble and Pub Lunch – Swyncombe Snowdrops

February 13 @ 9:45 am - 2:00 pm
Ewelme Recreation Ground Car Park, High Street
Ewelme, OX10 6PG

This walk will take you to see the wonderful display of snowdrops and aconites at St Botolph’s Church in Swyncombe and experience the exhilarating views over Oxfordshire from the old hillfort on Swyncombe Downs. The walk will be around 5.5 miles with a total ascent of around 200m. Some sections of the paths and tracks will be muddy. Dogs are welcome as long as they are under control. Meeting Time – 9.45am for a 10am start. Start Point - Ewelme…

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£13

An Introduction to Map Reading

February 16 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre, Moneybury Hill, Ashridge Estate, Ringshall
Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LX

This ‘learning by doing’ course on basic map reading is aimed at novice map readers who want to explore the Chilterns, confident that they will not get lost.  You will be taken on a very scenic 5 mile walk around the National Trust Ashridge Estate led by Dick Chapman, author of '60 Choice Walks in the Chilterns'.  Map skills will be learnt by following the Ordnance Survey map within the book, a copy of which is included in the price…

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Free – £12.00

Marvellous Animal Mask Making

February 18 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Lacey Green and Loosley Row Millennium Hall, Main Road
Lacey Green, Buckinghamshire HP27 0QN United Kingdom

Join us for a fantastic craft making and enchanting storytelling session.  Find out about some of the amazing animals that live in the Chiltern Hills and turn yourself into a badger, fox, hare or mouse by making a marvellous mask to take home with you. This is being led by Jane Lambourne of Wassledine. Equipment is provided.  All children must be accompanied by an adult. Junior Ranger Members can attend two Vitamin N events free of charge.  For more details…

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Free – £10

B&B for Birds

February 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Whiteleaf & Brush Hill, Peters Lane
Princes Risborough, HP27 0RP

Do you want to help the birds in your garden, if so why not build them a bird box they can call home?  Join us at Whiteleaf Hill Nature Reserve near Princes Risborough to make your own bird box and willow bird feeder for your garden.  A great way to help birds is to put up nest boxes, where birds can raise their young as nest boxes can replicate holes in tree trunks that birds use for shelter. Also as…

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Free – £10

Fun in the Woods

February 21 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Captain’s Wood, Chesham, Buckinghamshire HP5 2XJ United Kingdom

Explore the woods in winter! Build a den with branches and leaves, gather sticks for the campfire and toast a few tasty treats! Join David Willis to learn what makes woodlands so wonderful, get outdoors with your children, wrap up warm in scruffy clothes and enjoy some fun together in the woods this winter. This event will be run at Captains Wood, a lovely broadleaved woodland on the outskirts of Chesham. This event is being led by David Willis who…

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March 2020

£13

An Introduction to Map Reading

March 15 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre, Moneybury Hill, Ashridge Estate, Ringshall
Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LX

This ‘learning by doing’ course on basic map reading is aimed at novice map readers who want to explore the Chilterns, confident that they will not get lost.  You will be taken on a very scenic 5 mile walk around the National Trust Ashridge Estate led by Dick Chapman, author of '60 Choice Walks in the Chilterns'.  Map skills will be learnt by following the Ordnance Survey map within the book, a copy of which is included in the price…

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