Harlow House Wildlife Garden Project, Chiltern Wood Special School, Castlefield Community Engagement projects
The Field Studies Council are running an ‘identifying trees in winter course’ on 16th February and still have some spaces available for anyone interested.
We ran two of three launch sessions at WDC’s land Kingsmead Park by our depot in January 2019 and our new river volunteer team now has up to 20 regular river volunteers.
Keephill and Deangarden woods, Wycombe LAF projects, River Wye, Wyedene, HWBIDCo, Volunteer awards, Events
Back in the 1930’s (and for some time before that) the area at the end of Bowden Lane, adjacent to the old railway line was a marshy area that, because of the natural springs, was utilised as Watercress beds. Over time, due to changes in the topography and a reduction in demand the area became a dark, muddy part of the Back Stream that had a strange bubbling spring in the middle of it.
It’s #WorldMentalHealth day and never before have we been made so aware of the invisible problems which impact so many people so seriously. Yet still too many people suffer in silence. Speak up, it’s ok not to be ok – ask for help. You cannot pour from an empty bucket but nor can you cope if your bucket is already full…
Make time for you every day and do something that makes you happy.
Highlights of the summer are Be a Ranger team buiding, Wycombe District Council woodlands, Harlow House hospital, Beacons of the Past Chilterns Hill forts, Desborough Castle, Bicester TOE2, World Rivers Day, Volunteering and volunteer of the season
As a part of Bucks Student’s Union, I was encouraged to get into volunteering with different events and organisations in the area. Towards the end of my 2nd year, I came across the opportunity to film and edit a video for the Chiltern Rangers for when they announced receiving the Queens Award for voluntary service 2017.