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Festival Fortnight – Special offers from local Pubs and Cafes in the Colne Valley Park

We are delighted to have the below venues support our Festival with a variety of special offers to enjoy. Which venue, on which date do you fancy visiting?
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Explore your Colne Valley Park – Summer edition is ready!

Welcome to our summer newsletter with details of our Festival Fortnight, The Colne Valley Trail, the challenges of protecting the Park and the local rivers and lots more on why you should get involved with your Colne Valley Park this summer! Collect a copy from our Riverside café at the Visitor Centre in Denham Country or take a break and read the latest edition online here.

Spotlight

Improving the Green Belt and its Planning Webinar

The Colne Valley Regional Park hosted a free online webinar on “improving the green belt and its planning” on 6th July 2021.
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River Pollution – A Serious Problem We Must Not Ignore

The state of our rivers is of great concern. Tony Booker, Chairman of Colne Valley Fisheries Consultative, campaigns tirelessly against pollution, learn more about his fight to protect local rivers and raise awareness of this issue.
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Colne Valley Festival Fortnight 2021

Roll up! Roll Up! For the Colne Valley Fabulous Festival Fortnight
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Thank you to the Colne Valley Volunteers

We’d like to take the opportunity to say a huge thank you to the Colne Valley Volunteers as well as all the other amazing volunteer groups helping to look after our beautiful regional park!
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The Arts Society Gerrards Cross – Children’s Art Competition

We had some amazing entries to our Children’s Art Competition in partnership with the Arts Society Gerrards Cross, reflecting the theme: My visit to the Colne Valley Park. Find out who won here ...
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Join the Colne Valley Team in the battle against Invasive Species

The Colne Valley Team are working hard to reduce Invasive Species which are growing abundantly in the Colne Valley Park, damaging our native eco system. This takes determination as these species are very effective at spreading. Invasive Species week which runs from 24th -31st May 2021 has inspired the team to redouble their efforts.
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Grundon lends a helping hand to the Colne Valley Park

Grundon Waste Management are a long term supporter of the Colne Valley Park, learn more about how much we value their practical support.