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Donate Now to Support our ‘Countryside in Crisis’ Campaign

Exciting news! Give to our charity appeal this week and Big Give’s Green Match Fund will DOUBLE your donation.

Trees planted at Iver Environment Centre thanks to Bosch

Iver Environment Centre and Colne Valley Regional Park were delighted to host visitors from Bosch UK last month to carry out tree surveys and maintenance on some new saplings which were planted in the playground and to make a new maze.



Meet Kabir a conservationist and wildlife writer, passionate about London’s biodiversity

Kabir Kaul is an inspiring young conservationist. Through writing, broadcasting, public speaking and social media, he raises awareness about the capital’s green spaces and their wildlife, which he calls the ‘Wild Side of London’ – and believes every Londoner has a responsibility to protect it. Kabir tells us about how he first discovered Colne Valley Regional Park, his favorite wildlife spots, and his concerns for the future of the park.

Write to Michael Gove to register your objection to Bucks Council disposing of green belt land that has been held in trust for 85 years.

Please write to Michael Gove today, starting your letter with “I object to this disposal” then in your own words state why you object. This is a case where numbers of letters does matter

Disposal of Green Belt land held in trust by Bucks Council

THURSDAY, September 28, 2023 was a dark day for Buckinghamshire Council, the Colne Valley Regional Park and the communities around Iver and Uxbridge. The council approved a colossal motorway service area on one of the narrowest parts of the Green Belt around London, a scheme of no benefit to the local community whatsoever.

Wonders of the Dark Sky Stargazing Event Held at Woodoaks Farm

A report of the Wonders of The Dark Sky Stargazing event held at Woodoaks Farm which offered a chance to marvel at the September night sky guided by astronomers

Green Skills Team Work On Crown Meadow in Slough

In partnership with SEGRO, Groundwork South has recently completed a Green Skills Team Project in Slough. This is a 6-week program in which unemployed individuals from Slough learn practical conservation and employability skills equipping them for employment in the green sector.

Enjoying Our Rivers Safely

We certainly don’t want to cause unnecessary alarm among our many visitors, but it is only fair that we should remind members of the public that the water in local rivers like the Misbourne and Colne may well not be as clean as they might expect.