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.

Some interesting facts about our local ducks

A few words and a short film about ducks and what to feed them…
Ubiquitous and endearing, ducks bring noise and colour – especially males in their rich breeding plumage – to our ponds, lakes and rivers and we are lucky that their preferred habitats provide us with the chance to see a great many species.

Local community transforms town roundabout

Nearly 70 people – including many school children, Thames Valley Police, The Rotary Club, Wycombe’s Mayor and Chiltern Rangers – took part in a massive bulb planting session yesterday in High Wycombe town centre.

Chiltern Rangers thrilled at support from Mark Webber

World-class racing driver, Mark Webber, has sent a special message of congratulations to Chiltern Rangers – a social enterprise which works to enhance and preserve woodlands, based in High Wycombe. Mark, who lives in Aston Clinton, in Buckinghamshire and has seen the...