Floating Pennywort removal at New Denham and Uxbridge

Floating Pennywort removal volunteer days You’ll never guess who was splashing about in the River Colne last week? It was two amazing teams of volunteer River Rangers. They were wading…

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Explore your Colne Valley Park – Our first edition is ready!

Explore your Colne Valley Park – Newsletter first edition! Our first newsletter welcoming you all to explore all the wonderful places and sites of the Colne Valley Park has been…

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Drip Drop, Drip Drop…..

Drip Drop Summer School Drip drop… drip drop… there goes water from your tap! Do you ever wonder where your water comes from and how it affects your local environment?…

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Free Workshops in September 2019

Free Workshops in September 2019 In 2018, The Colne Valley Regional Park  was successful in its bid for £1.6m worth of National Lottery funding. This will be augmented by a…

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Colne Valley Festival 2019

Colne Valley Park Festival 2019 – What a fantastic day we had! Our annual Colne Valley Park Festival was held at Denham Country Park at the end of July and…

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Colne Valley Regional Park in June 2019 – Newsletter

Colne Valley Regional Park in June 2019 Colne Valley Regional Park has been busy in June. We have had many young people and adults visiting  and learning about Colne Valley…

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Happy cattle in Stocker’s Lake

Cattle return to Rickmansworth The Dexter cattle were reintroduced to Stocker’s Lake meadows after an absence of many decades. It was a delight to see the first three being released…

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Events flowing through the Colne Valley – The Amigos Social Group

The Amigos Social Group A big part of our work involves spreading the word about the many projects currently under way across the Colne Valley Regional Park. Last week, Fiona…

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Child foraging

15 Amazing Things to do in Colne Valley Regional Park

Walk along the canal. The Grand Union Canal runs through the Colne Valley from West Drayton to Rickmansworth. It has miles of towpath on which you can walk or cycle,…

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From Uxbridge to Orkney

Having just returned from two weeks in the Orkney Islands working on the Ness of Brodgar excavation (see link to my blog entry and other dig diaries), https://www.nessofbrodgar.co.uk/dig-diary-friday-july-7-2017/, it is interesting…

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