I was delighted that the autumn Chilterns Walking Festival could go ahead. Guided walks are exempt from the rule of 6, provided safety measures in place. The walk I had originally planned for the May festival includes sites associated with … Continue reading A Walk in John Hampden Country
Inspired by the beauty of the seasons in the Chilterns, Sophie Lacey from Linden Tree Meditation will be teaching an online meditation class on Friday 23 October. Sophie is an accredited meditation & mindfulness teacher specialising in nature-based practice. Her … Continue reading Tree for all seasons: a meditation
What’s the secret of the old, empty barn? You might find out on this special event on Saturday 17 October… Continue reading The secret of the old, empty barn…
Want to know how to attract hedgehogs and other wildlife to your garden? BBOWT’s event on 15 Oct will share the secrets Continue reading The wildlife in your garden
We’ve all got lost, haven’t we? Admit it. (My geography teacher said I did well to find my way home.) Well, now the Chiltern Society has just the thing to ensure that never happens again: a map reading course for … Continue reading What country, friends, is this?
If you’ve ever wondered why local tracks, roads and waterways go where they do, now’s your chance to find out… As part of the month-long Chilterns Celebration events in October, Sam Johansen of the Chilterns Conservation Board is leading a … Continue reading Sunken routes to the past