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Our planning of events this year has been constantly revised and adjusted to reflect the Covid-19 controls and constraints in place. At this current time we are moving towards increased lifting of lockdown constraints and we are optimistic that circumstances will not become more challenging over the coming months. If they do however, we will of course remain totally compliant with all legislation and best practice standards.

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September 2020


Our Living Village – Jordans

September 19 @ 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Jordans Quaker Meeting House, Welders Lane
Jordans, Beaconsfield, HP9 2SN

Every community in the Chilterns has a history that is well worth recording, this is definitely the case for Jordans and Seer Green.  Over decades, a mass of historic material has been collected and this is being used as the basis for a comprehensive graphical history of the two villages.  This demonstration and discussion will give you a unique opportunity to view the computerised model of the social history of both the villages which is currently being developed by the…

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Taplow & Surrounding Areas Trail Run

September 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:15 pm
Taplow Station, Taplow
Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 0NL

Join us for this guided trail run from Taplow train station. You will complete a 18.8km / 11.6 mile route to discover the beautiful surroundings of Taplow including the Thames Path and Dorney Lake. The run will finish back in Taplow. The run will be led by the Tim & Chris from Runaway. Tim ran the entire 134 miles of the Chiltern Way to highlight the great work the Chiltern Society does to care for the local landscape. Pacing & difficulty …

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Chiltern Open Air Museum Private Tour (with focus on thatch)

September 20 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Chiltern Open Air Museum, Gorelands Lane
Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire HP8 4AB

Chiltern Open Air Museum in Buckinghamshire was founded by volunteers in 1976, and opened to the public in 1981.  The Museum is a charity that rescues threatened historic buildings, which would otherwise be demolished, re-erects and preserves them in a traditional Chilterns landscape. This private tour will focus on straw and its uses. You will see straw used in a variety of ways, from the stooks of harvested corn, bedding for our lovely goats, thatching material and examples of the skilled…

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Ashridge History Walk

September 22 @ 10:15 am - 1:00 pm
Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre, Moneybury Hill, Ashridge Estate, Ringshall
Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire HP4 1LX

Join us for a 5.5 mile walk that will start at the National Trust Visitor Centre and will take you past Ashridge House, where the walk leader will give you an overview about the history of the house and the monastery that preceded it.  You will then walk along part of Capability Browns Golden Valley and return via the former medieval track that ran between Aldbury and Hemel. The Brownlow Café is the perfect pit stop for your to purchase…

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Puddingstone Distillery – The Home of Campfire Gin – Online Gin Tasting

September 24 @ 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Puddingstone Distillery, Artisan Unit 1, P E Mead Farm Shop, Lower Icknield Way
Wilstone, Tring, Hertfordshire HP23 4NT United Kingdom

Join Ben and Kate Marston, founders of Puddingstone Distillery, on a brief journey through the history of gin. Puddingstone Distillery proudly produce the Campfire Gin range from their distillery in Tring Hertfordshire. The Campfire Gin range consists of four heritage styles of gin – Old Tom, London Dry, Cask Aged and Navy Strength. During the 1 hr online tasting you will learn about each gin’s relevance in the history of gin and about the botanicals used to create the different…

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Private Tour of John Lewis Partnerships Odney Grounds (morning)

September 26 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
John Lewis Partnership Heritage Centre, Grove Farm, Odney Lane
Cookham, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 9SR

ADDITIONAL TIME ARRANGED DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF THIS EVENT The first land in Cookham was purchased by John Spedan Lewis in 1926, with the revolutionary purpose of creating a country club retreat for the Partners that worked in his busy London shops. Opened to Partners in 1927 as The Odney Club, we invite you to join us on a walking tour of its grounds, exploring the history of the Club and its beautiful gardens. The tour will finish at…

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