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

Chalk, Cherries and Chairs project

Those of you who regularly peruse our website may remember that we were advertising for a Community Ranger to help deliver on a new and exciting project called Chalk, Cherries and Chairs. This five-year Landscape Partnership Scheme, overseen by our friends at the Chilterns Conservation Board, is working towards a vision of “A healthy, resilient, connected landscape; with its unique natural, historical and cultural heritage cherished by present and future generations”.

Support Bamboo toothbrushes to help the environment

Est. in 2017, BlueRock was founded by Seb Gauthier, impact-entrepreneur and designer, specialising in eco-friendly bamboo toothbrushes for adults and kids. Thanks to our customers, over 12,000 brushes have been saved from landfill or ending up in our oceans.

John Lewis & Partners support Chiltern Rangers

We were delighted to receive a funding donation last week from John Lewis & Partners.
Dawn Stokoe, Community Liaison Co-ordinator presented Chief Ranger John Shaw and our Fab Friday volunteer group with the cheque, during a visit to a sunny Keep Hill Wood in High Wycombe.