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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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March 2020

Free

Energy from Waste Facility Overview and Tour – Afternoon Session

March 27 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Greatmoor Energy from Waste, Greatmoor Road | Aylesbury | Buckinghamshire | SATNAV POSTCODE
Woodham, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP18 0QE

SORRY - THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED Greatmoor Energy from Waste takes household non-recyclable waste from throughout Buckinghamshire, diverts it from landfill and uses it to generate enough electricity to power 18% of the homes in the county. This visit will begin with a presentation in Greatmoor's fully accessible Visitor Centre which is designed to promote and inform visitors about benefits of using waste to produce renewable energy as well as educating about waste reduction, reuse and recycling.  This…

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April 2020

£10

Chess Valley & Surrounding Areas Trail Run

April 4 @ 10:45 am
Chesham Station, Chesham Buckinghamsire HP5 1DA

In this second guided run of the year exploring Chiltern Society sites, we’re off to the Chess Valley. The route starts at Chesham Station (meet at 10.45am for 11am start) where you will quickly make your way onto the chalk streams of the River Chess. From here you will head up through the ancient beech woodland of Captain's Wood and visit the impressive prehistoric settlements of the Chilterns Cholesbury Camp. The route loops back into Chesham where you are welcome…

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Free – £7

Pond Dipping

April 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Funges Meadow Nature Reserve, Rye Car Park, Bassetsbury Lane
High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP11 1QX

Meet in the Rye car park, off Bassetsbury Lane in High Wycombe for a morning dipping for creatures of the deep at Chiltern Rangers’ Funges Meadow Nature Reserve which is not usually open to the public. You will also be looking for minibeasts amongst the grass and flowers in this beautiful little Oasis and will be getting stuck in with some arts and crafts as you'll be making a beautiful dragonfly to take home. Don’t forget your wellies.  This is…

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Free – £7

The Giant Nest Build

April 14 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Captain’s Wood, Chesham, Buckinghamshire HP5 2XJ United Kingdom

Join us for a morning of outdoor family fun where you’ll be immersed in nature at our ancient woodland site, Captain’s Wood near Chesham.  You will find out all about nesting birds and build a giant nest in the woods. You will also discover how hard our feathered friends must work to make their own nests. This is suitable for children over 5 years old and all children must be accompanied by an adult.   Junior Ranger Members can attend…

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Free – £9

Wildflowers and Bug Home Building

April 15 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Whiteleaf & Brush Hill, Peters Lane
Princes Risborough, HP27 0RP

Get creative with nature at Whiteleaf Cross Nature Reserve where we'll be making wildflower seed bombs to disperse in your garden to provide some beautiful nectar rich flowers for all of the bees and insects that visit. You'll also be building your own bug hotel to take home to also give them somewhere safe to live. This is being run by Jools Hopton from Nature’s Jewels who has 26 years experience in Environmental Education & Conservation and an undying passion…

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Free

Energy from Waste Facility Overview and Tour – Morning Session

April 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Greatmoor Energy from Waste, Greatmoor Road | Aylesbury | Buckinghamshire | SATNAV POSTCODE
Woodham, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP18 0QE

Greatmoor Energy from Waste takes household non-recyclable waste from throughout Buckinghamshire, diverts it from landfill and uses it to generate enough electricity to power 18% of the homes in the county. This visit will begin with a presentation in Greatmoor's fully accessible Visitor Centre which is designed to promote and inform visitors about benefits of using waste to produce renewable energy as well as educating about waste reduction, reuse and recycling.  This will be followed by a tour where you…

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