£12 - £15
Join us on a walk with stunning views that will take you through beautiful woodland and a visit to the Ashridge Visitor Centre, finishing with delicious pub lunch at the Bridgewater Arms. This is an easy walk and we hope that there will be plenty of bluebells along the route (although it is difficult to for us predict when they will be at their best). The walk will be around 5 miles with a total ascent of 100m. Some sections of the paths…
Celebrate the annual festival of our milling heritage and visit our lovingly restored smock windmill in Lacey Green- the oldest in the country! Read more about the Windmill here. 2:00pm - 5:00pm on Saturday 13th May 11:00am - 5:00pm on Sunday 14th May Adults: £2.50 Children: £1.00 Chiltern Society members go FREE. No need to book in advance- just turn up!
£45 - £55
Working in a lovely woodland setting, you will spend the day learning to create a range of wooden utensils including a spoon and other useful objects, using carving techniques under the expert guidance of David Willis. You will also be guided along the woodland trail, where you will learn to identify specific trees and understand which are good for these projects. Whether you would like a dessert, serving or salad spoon, the choice and creativity will be all yours – David…
£28 - £34
The individual walks contained within our book, 50 Great Walks in the Chilterns, are now available to download via ViewRanger – an exciting app that allows you to access trails and maps from your phone or tablet. Join us for a day of expert training on how to use the app followed by a walk to test out your new skills. The price includes refreshments throughout the day and lunch.
£8.00 - £15.00
Meet the alpacas and all sorts of other animals including rare breed pigs, sheep and goats at Abbotts View Farm. After the tour, your child will enjoy either cupcake decorating (suitable for all ages) or a needlefelting session (age 10+) . Prices includes refreshments.
£10.50 - £12.50
One mile from Wallingford and 8 miles from the city of Oxford, Brightwell Vineyard abuts the south side of the River Thames. The flinty chalk greensand and gravel of the Thames Valley region provides ideal grapevine soil, while the upper Thames Valley bowl is sheltered by surrounding hills and consequently is one of the driest areas of the UK. 14 acres were planted between 1987 and 1990 with seven varieties and was acquired by the current owners in 1999. Now…