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Pond restorers praying for rain

28 February 2012

An historic pond on Nettlebed Common has been restored after falling into neglect over many years.

Drought leads to fears for local rivers

21 February 2012

The official announcement of drought has led to increased fears for the state of the Chilterns' chalk streams.

Board supports legal challenge to HS2

14 February 2012

A letter warning of a potential legal challenge has been sent by the HS2 Action Alliance to the DfT

The HS1 line in Kent

Building design competition open for business

06 February 2012

The search is on again for the best new and restored buildings in the Chilterns.

Kingsford cottage in Speen

History of commons event draws the crowds

02 February 2012

150 people packed into the Green Park conference centre on 28th January to hear all about the latest research into the history of Chilterns' commons.

80 take part in giant work party on Dunstable Downs

27 January 2012

Over 80 people took part in a day of conservation work at Dunstable Downs yesterday - quite possibly the biggest group ever to spend a day working on a Chilterns' wildlife site.

Dunstable Downs scrub bash

HS2 - the good, the bad and the uglier

17 January 2012

The route changes announced the the Government bring a bit of good news but quite a lot of bad news for the Chiilterns

HS2 will cause huge and unacceptable damage to Chilterns

10 January 2012

The Chilterns Conservation Board today condemned the Government’s decision to proceed to the next stage of building a high speed rail line which will plough through the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Muddled thinking on HS2

09 January 2012

Responses to the pro-HS2 comments from union leaders and economists

Local market is UK's greenest

19 December 2011

Chesham Local Produce Market has beaten off competition from across the country to be named Britain's most environmentally-friendly market.

Chesham Market

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