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Heathrow Expansion: our reaction to the Court of Appeal’s Ruling

Heathrow expansion – a project of unprecedented scale that includes a third runway – poses a grave threat to the Colne Valley Regional Park and the wider environment of the region...
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Local events for March flowing through the valley….

March brings the start of Spring, with spring flowers blossoming, wildlife blooming and animals springing into life...

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Threats to the Colne Valley

There are many development proposals at the moment, it feels like ‘open season’ on the countryside of the Colne Valley Regional Park. We have been busy over recent weeks working on responses to planning applications and consultations for development proposals. Find out more…
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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 further £900k of local funding. One of the projects, called Walks Through a Changing Landscape presents a unique opportunity to apply for a place at a free workshops which we will be running in September 2019.  These workshops will give you the opportunity to be part of the Colne Valley Heritage Lottery project. 
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Colne Valley Regional Park in June 2019 - Newsletter

Colne Valley Regional Park has been busy in June. We have had many young people and adults visiting  and learning about Colne Valley Regional Park, the Misbourne River and the importance of saving water. Find out more in our newsletter.
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Happy cattle in Stocker’s Lake

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 from the corral into the meadow. Shy for a second, they were soon quickly enjoying their new-found freedom, jumping and running around in excitement. When the second batch was released, the herd reunited in the middle of the field, touching noses in greeting.
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Events flowing through the Colne Valley - 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. Fiona Brewer, our Events and Interpretation Officer, spent some time with the Amigos Social group that caters for those with visual impairments and meets once a month at Christ Church in Uxbridge.
Child foraging