Chiltern Rangers

Inspiring and Enriching Communities

Chiltern Rangers

Enhancing Local Environments

Chiltern Rangers

Inspiring and Enriching Communities

Chiltern Rangers

Enhancing Local Environments

Chiltern Rangers

Chiltern Rangers is a social enterprise working with local communities to provide practical habitat management of the woodlands, chalk grassland, commons, ponds and chalk streams in the Chilterns’ area.

We are proud to announce that for 2016 we welcomed 3,398 volunteers who contributed 9,569 hours of work to help us achieve this. Find out more about what we do and how our volunteers help us in the videos below.

Mark WebberA big well done to Chiltern Rangers for winning the Enterprising Charity of the Year award.  I often see the team working hard when I’m out walking the dogs or riding my mountain bike locally.  They’re a great organisation that do a fantastic job of bringing people and nature together in a fun way that benefits the community and allows us all to enjoy our local outdoor spaces a little easier. Mark Webber

Australian racing driver

Peacock ButterflyThe entire team thoroughly enjoyed the day and it was great to be out of the office. It was amazing to see such enthusiasm for the cause from all of the Chiltern Rangers staff and this has really rubbed off on our team. It was a thoroughly well organised day that you had clearly put a lot of effort into. We would love to visit you again in the future with any projects you have. Paul Kerr

Chief Finance Officer, Thames Water

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Species of the Month – The Hare

So begins the list of ‘Names of the Hare in English’, a late 13th Century poem from Shropshire – an incantation of 77 names recited to bring the animal under the hunter’s power.
The common, or brown, hare is a special and enigmatic animal woven into the fabric of folklore and mythology, and an unfortunately rare sight across most of the country. Hares declined by 75% in the years after WW2 due to the all too common causes of intensive farming, agrichemicals, removal of shelter hedgerows and general habitat degradation.

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Apr 2017

Green Thursday - Castlefield

27/04/2017 – High Wycombe


May 2017

Green Thursday

04/05/2017 – High Wycombe


Green Thursday

11/05/2017 – High Wycombe


Green Thursday

18/05/2017 – High Wycombe


Inspire session - Chilterns walking festival

22/05/2017 –


Green Thursday

25/05/2017 – High Wycombe


Young Roots and Frog Fest

28/05/2017 –


Young Roots River Safari at Wye Dean

30/05/2017 –


Young Roots River Safari at Wye Dean

31/05/2017 –


Jun 2017

Green Thursday

01/06/2017 – High Wycombe


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