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 2017 we welcomed 4269 volunteers who contributed 13660 hours of work towards this. Find out more about what we do and how our volunteers help us in the videos below.
I wanted to say a huge thank you for being a part of our Community Morning this year and making our staff feel so welcomed and accommodated with your organisation. Everyone was buzzing in the office yesterday afternoon.Amy - Red Kite housing
The entire team thoroughly enjoyed the day and it was great to be out of the office. 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
Inspiring and Enriching CommunitiesEnhancing Local EnvironmentsInspiring and Enriching CommunitiesEnhancing Local Environments Back in the 1930’s (and for some time before that) the area at the end of Bowden Lane, adjacent to the old railway line was a marshy area...read more
It’s #WorldMentalHealth day and never before have we been made so aware of the invisible problems which impact so many people so seriously. Yet still too many people suffer in silence. Speak up, it’s ok not to be ok – ask for help. You cannot pour from an empty bucket but nor can you cope if your bucket is already full…
Make time for you every day and do something that makes you happy.
Highlights of the summer are Be a Ranger team buiding, Wycombe District Council woodlands, Harlow House hospital, Beacons of the Past Chilterns Hill forts, Desborough Castle, Bicester TOE2, World Rivers Day, Volunteering and volunteer of the seasonread more
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20/12/2018 – Marlow
27/12/2018 – High Wycombe
03/01/2019 – High Wycombe
05/01/2019 – High Wycombe
10/01/2019 – High Wycombe