Chiltern Rangers – Tree Planting

Share this post

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn

The Clare Foundation was delighted to join Chiltern Rangers for a morning of tree planting and the opening, by Countess Howe, the Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, of their new Community Tree Nursery at Winchmore Hill. The new project was a couple of years in the planning so it was wonderful to see it come to fruition.

Chiltern Rangers’ mission is to enhance the Chilterns’ habitats through conservation, education and community engagement. They work with local communities to provide habitat management in Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns.  You can find them in the woodlands, chalk grasslands, commons, ponds and chalk streams.  They also manage 13 nature reserves for Buckinghamshire Council.

Their work can only be achieved with the help of volunteers – people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, plus community organisations, charities, social enterprises, schools and colleges.  If you would like to be part of the team, please look at their Get Involved! page for more information.

John Shaw, Moir Stewart & Robin Walker in Wellington boots enjoying a cup of tea
John Shaw, Moir Stewart & Robin Walker

Robin Walker, Chair, The Clare Foundation

‘I am delighted that The Clare Foundation has provided a grant and supports John Shaw and his team at Chiltern Rangers. This is a great initiative, and it is community programs and projects like these that makes a difference across Buckinghamshire.’

 

Recents posts

Attendees at the Loneliness Roundtable

Loneliness Roundtable

Last week we hosted a roundtable looking at loneliness. Our leads were two of our Trustees: Clare Periton and Arif Hussain. Clare Periton, Trustee and Chair of Charity Services at

Read More »
Angels Den logo with halo and wings

Launch of Angels’ Den 2024

What Is Angels’ Den? Angels’ Den is a new and innovative way for charities in Buckinghamshire to bid for funding. In September, ten charities will pitch to five Angels for

Read More »
Skip to content