Join the Friends of the Colne Valley Park and help make it a greener and more enjoyable place in which to live, work and play.

There is a strength in numbers:  Your membership  adds weight to our efforts to protect and preserve the Colne Valley Regional Park.

The Colne Valley Park Trust, a registered charity, runs The “Friends” and helps organise walks, talks, children’s events and the Colne Valley Festival – all intended to raise the profile and encourage enjoyment of the Colne Valley Park.

Benefits of membership include:

  • 10% discount on hot food ( lunches ) in the Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre café.
  • Regular newsletter
  • Being kept fully up to date with what is happening in the Colne Valley Park and your community.
  • Invitations to special events and guided walks
  • Special Offers:  Regular exclusive Special offers in the Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre Café.
  • The chance to make a difference and become more involved in YOUR local area

Get involved in volunteering events with Groundwork South, help the Friends arrange their annual Colne Valley Festival, and find out about major issues affecting your local countryside.

Friends of the Colne Valley Park Annual Walk

Local Groups

Within the “Friends” there are currently two local groups: Iver and District Countryside Association and Denham Woods.

Denham Woods

Formed specifically for those local to Northmoor Hill Woods and Caps Woods. This group is kept informed if there are any specific events/concerns in the Woods.

Northmoor Hill Volunteers

Iver and District Countryside Association

The IDCA has been protecting and valuing Iver’s countryside since 1973. It is a local group of the Friends of the Colne Valley Park.

LOCAL SHORT WALKS

Easy going short walk in Iver – at your own pace. 3rd Saturday of every month. Meet at 2pm at Iver Village Hall Car Park. 2 hours maximum. Socialize at a High Street café on our return. This is a joint event with SIMPLY WALK. Paul Graham 01753 655183.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. IVER – A walk round the village. 22 page booklet. Guide to the village, items of local history, reminiscences of times gone by. £1.00.
  2. The Beeches Way. Booklet with maps for a 16 mile walk from West Drayton to Cookham. £0.70.
  3. Street and footpath map of Iver. £0.30.

We also:

Carry out footpath clearance and conservation work

Promote new rights-of-way

Lobby to keep and improve Iver’s countryside

Support the Friends of the Colne Valley Park

ALL ARE WELCOME ON OUR ACTIVITIES

Contact Paul Graham 01753 655183 or pgrahamiver@gmail.com

Colne Valley Park trust charity number: 1181303