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Winter newsletter 2019

Articles in this edition are about Chalk, cherries, Chairs, Farming and Conservation, Be a Ranger team building days, Bucks County council LAF projects, Marsh & Micklefield, Education and Volunteer awards

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Autumn newsletter 2019

This issue contains information on Be A Ranger Team Building Sessions, Update from Keep Hill Wood, What we have seen in Deangarden Wood, Wycombe Rugby Club Litter Pick, Butterflies in the garden, Chiltern Rangers keeps growing!, Volunteer of the Season

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Events

River Wye Restoration - Kingsmead, High Wycombe

January 29, 2020 - 12:30 pm

Join us to continue restoring this beautiful rare chalk stream. Tasks will include cutting, thinning and chipping shrubs and trees which will allow more light to reach the river which in turn will encourage plant growth. This process should create narrower channels speeding up the river flow to help remove the silt. Ideally Chalk streams should be narrow, meandering streams, not wide silty rivers. Meet us at 12.30pm at Chiltern Rangers depot. Park in the Kingsmead car park, 60 Fennels Road, High Wycombe HP11 1SL. We will be working at the Kingsmead Rec. which is a short walk from the depot.

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Strawberry Bank Scrub Bash - Marlow 10am - 1pm

February 8, 2020 - 10:00 am

A family/Whole community Scrub Bash to improve habitat for pollinators and nesting birds. Over 11's welcome accompanied by an adult. A great morning spent outdoors in the environment to help the habitat for wildlife.

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River Wye Restoration - Kingsmead, High Wycombe

February 8, 2020 - 12:30 pm

Join us to continue restoring this beautiful rare chalk stream. Tasks will include cutting, thinning and chipping shrubs and trees which will allow more light to reach the river which in turn will encourage plant growth. This process should create narrower channels speeding up the river flow to help remove the silt. Ideally Chalk streams should be narrow, meandering streams, not wide silty rivers. Meet us at 12.30pm at Chiltern Rangers depot. Park in the Kingsmead car park, 60 Fennels Road, High Wycombe HP11 1SL. We will be working at the Kingsmead Rec. which is a short walk from the depot.

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River Wye Restoration - Kingsmead, High Wycombe

February 12, 2020 - 12:30 pm

Join us to continue restoring this beautiful rare chalk stream. Tasks will include cutting, thinning and chipping shrubs and trees which will allow more light to reach the river which in turn will encourage plant growth. This process should create narrower channels speeding up the river flow to help remove the silt. Ideally Chalk streams should be narrow, meandering streams, not wide silty rivers. Meet us at 12.30pm at Chiltern Rangers depot. Park in the Kingsmead car park, 60 Fennels Road, High Wycombe HP11 1SL. We will be working at the Kingsmead Rec. which is a short walk from the depot.

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