Communities & Conservation
COVID-19 update August 2021
With most restrictions no longer in place Chiltern Rangers has decided that now is the time to allow minibus capacity to increase to 15 passengers, please still wear a mask unless you are exempt. When possible please book your place on a Green Thursday session but it is no longer a requirement to book if you would like to attend. Where possible please continue to make your own way to site to reduce the number of passengers on the bus and we strongly recommend that anyone who joins one of our sessions takes a Covid test before arriving, particularly if you are coming in the minibus.
If you would like to be invited to our events then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and we will add you to our invitation list.
Please do come and join us, being outside in the fresh air doing a bit of exercise is great for your physical and mental health and a very safe environment to be in.
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