Book of the Month

The Wood for the Trees – Richard Fortey Shortly after retiring from his role as senior palaeontologist and trilobite specialist at the Natural History Museum, Richard Fortey bought four acres of beech and bluebell wood in the Chiltern Hills.  Grim’s Dyke Wood near his...

A Thank you from 1st Radnage Scouts

Thanks to a very generous grant from ‘Heart of Bucks’ of the Buckinghamshire Community Foundation, in September 2015 we were able to purchase a new 17 seater Community Minibus. As this is a community minibus and we are able to share it amongst our local youth groups,...

Spring Newsletter 2017

Chiltern Rangers Inspiring and Enriching Communities Chiltern Rangers Enhancing Local Environments Chiltern Rangers Inspiring and Enriching Communities Chiltern Rangers Enhancing Local...

John’s winter blog

We have, since our spin out in 2013, been putting in a great deal of effort time and funding to improving this urban oasis into a nature reserve our town can be proud of. Created by Frances Alexander during her time as town mayor in 1998/99, it’s small at just 2 acres but it packs a mighty wildlife punch especially when you consider it is only a mile from the town centre.