Natural Connections Project Gains Grant from Green Recovery Challenge Fund

Groundwork South and London Borough of Hillingdon have been awarded funding from the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund for a project entitled ‘Natural Connections : Colne Valley Park’.  We are…

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Nature’s Space Invaders

The watercourses are the blue veins of the Colne Valley Regional Park, providing a lifeline for all wildlife, encouraging a diversity of aquatic and terrestrial species and giving a vital…

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Julia Dorans

Photo Competition – with you enjoying the Colne Valley Regional Park

It's photo competition time and you could win yourself an afternoon tea!   We know it’s hard getting out at this time of year, but it’s more important now than ever…

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How about a greener Christmas this year?

Go green this Christmas and make sure your presents bring a smile well into the New Year. This year has given many of us a chance to reflect upon the…

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River Ash Improvement Project

The River Ash is a distributary of the River Colne which flows for 10km between Staines and Sunbury. It was once a natural river but has been directly impacted by…

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Nature Explorer Activities

Nature Explorer Activities We may not be allowed to do too much socialising at the moment, but getting outside and letting nature inspire you to get creative is a great…

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Julia Dorans

Favourite Autumn and Winter walks in the Colne Valley Regional Park

A walk in the countryside is a great way to blow away the cobwebs at this time of year, it will lift your mood and is good exercise for both…

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Caring for our rivers in the Colne Valley Park

We have an amazing and vitally important network of beautiful rivers and waterways in the Colne Valley, and the Park’s River Rangers play a crucial role in keeping them in…

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Floating Pennywort – The not-so-lucky pennies covering our rivers

One of many projects Colne Valley Regional Park is leading on is to educate people about species that are harmful for our ecosystem and some can be harmful for people…

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Walking the Ivers

The Iver & District Countryside Association have been working on an interesting project this summer which they have named ‘Walking the Ivers’. Paul Graham their chairman, introduces the project: “A…

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